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  • 5 key Steps to the Psychology of Book Success by J. J. Michael 1/4/2015 2:49:06 PM
    You believe that you a great book. It’s your dream. The cover is appealing. The format is perfect, and the story will keep the reader turning the pages. But it’s not selling at the level of being a bestselling book. You promote your book through soci... more

  • back to normality by Carol M Tetlow 1/4/2015 6:54:07 AM
    The visitors have gone but not before succumbing to viral-type symptoms and turning into patients needing tender loving care. The tree is down and somebody is already making some serious headway into the chocolates that have come off the tree. I shal... more

  • Moving into 2015 by Marsha Caldwell 12/31/2014 12:43:46 PM
    2014 a year in review... more

  • He Walked On His Toes. by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/31/2014 6:12:16 AM
    Agbaei - Courtship. - Youthful problems with dating. - Chapter Eight Have you ever done something dangerous in the name of Courtship and Romance? I think we all have had that youthful problem with Dating – Being Young and Stupid. Many year... more

  • God Bless You – Single Mom's by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/31/2014 4:29:02 AM
    Gadzo - War Dance. - Fighting back. - Chapter Seven – To Dance with Ugly People. I raised two son's. My oldest, born of my first marriage, was part of a broken home at 9 months. The youngest, born of my second marriage, was part of a bro... more

  • New Year's Eve by Carol M Tetlow 12/31/2014 12:39:21 AM
    Last night my step grandson, aged two and three quarters stayed with us, his first time away from home on his own. After a full afternoon of playing games, scooting on his new scooter and a substantial tea of five fish fingers and two vegetable finge... more

  • Winds of Destiny by Jayne Bullock by Jayne Bullock 12/30/2014 12:23:24 PM
    Haven... more

  • Last days of half-price sale by Alan G Brown 12/30/2014 6:23:52 AM
    Amazon.com and Amazon.uk are still showing a few ebooks at half-price under the author name of Alan G. Brown.... more

  • New pictures of readings coming soon by Michael D Filippello 12/29/2014 8:00:18 PM
    Some new pictures coming soon. ... more

  • Ways to Produce Quality Contents by alina joseph 12/29/2014 12:13:41 PM
    Content writing has emerged as a field and is now in high demand due to the rise in website. Duplicate content... more

  • Was the new bride honored? by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/29/2014 10:18:49 AM
    Writing Chapter Four of, “To Dance with Ugly People - Nmane - Honor the new bride - Becoming a woman. I reflected on Relationships. I married twice. My first HUSBAND had been my only boyfriend in High School and we married at the age of 1... more

  • A Place To Belong by Lorene Stunson Hill 12/29/2014 10:16:44 AM
    I wrote Chapter Two of, “To Dance with Ugly People,” - Klama – Puberty Rites – Youthful entry into adolescence, remembering my search for a place to belong. I was thrown out of my home at the age of thirteen. I spent a few years bouncin... more

  • To my friends. by Neil D Ostroff 12/29/2014 10:13:36 AM
    Below is the link to my blog where the first chapter to my latest, AS IT IS IN HEAVEN is up for review. The genre is literary and the sub genre is both suspense and inspirational; though I am not a religious person one bit. Thank you all so much for ... more

  • And breathe....... by Carol M Tetlow 12/29/2014 3:53:38 AM
    It's Monday, at least I think it is and life is returning to normal after the hurly burly of Christmas. Normal routines are re-established, up while it's still dark, muck out the donkeys and ponies, then breakfast and dog walking. It's bitterly cold ... more

  • Superficiality and Avoidance in Texas by Bob Mustin 12/27/2014 6:04:19 AM
    Friendswood, by Rene Steinke There are several things that make a book an absorbing read. First there must be a story, compelling, if you please. The characters must be vivid, representing real, imperfect people. The writer’s diction mu... more

  • Tana French, THE SECRET PLACE by Glen glenebisch@comcast.net 12/27/2014 4:39:57 AM
    Tana French and Louise Penny are, in my opinion,the two mystery writers working today who have the most sophisticated literary style. French has even said that she wrote her first novel as literary fiction and was surprised to see it categorized and... more

  • Singin' in the rain by Carol M Tetlow 12/26/2014 5:59:23 AM
    One of my favourite films, so it is only right that I sit down and watch, taking advantage of the ritual Christmas showing. Everytime I watch it, I marvel at the dancing and see something new to make me smile. We had a lovely Christmas and today ... more

  • Win a FREE copy of A Man in Control by Harry E Gilleland 12/25/2014 7:13:41 PM
    My Goodreads giveaway for A Man in Control has five more days to enter.... more

  • An unusual but memorable birthday by Carol M Tetlow 12/23/2014 1:55:05 AM
    Yesterday was my birthday. I am now a proud member of the Ripon Tennis club and have of a recipe book of 365 different soups. To say nothing of the wonky wine glasses, the necklace, the earrings and vouchers for afternoon tea at a local well-known em... more

  • Santa Bagged Stardust Smuggled it Across the Border by Sage Sweetwater 12/22/2014 12:51:54 PM
    Christmas Beard residue Holy #Hack Children my Assinine.... more

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