Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
Lola flippantly tossed her wavy sandstone hair with her slender hand’s backside as Todd’s watery investigator lingo slipped in and out of her ears. Lola desperately needed his help, sure, but the man’s long-windedness was much less inviting than his perfectly even shoulders and dusty five-o-clock shadow.
“…and the law dictates that I can’t invade his privacy without an explicitly documented search warrant. I’m a bit limited in my scope as to what I can do to look in…Continue
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When you hear the name Sherlock Holmes, what are some of the things you imagine? The distinctive deerstalker hat? The curved pipe, maybe a magnifying glass? It’s a classic image, somewhat created by those who portrayed Holmes on stage. Maybe some remember Holmes playing the violin during periods when a case particularly perplexed him. Or maybe his storing his tobacco in a stocking. Possibly the true fans will remember his use of cocaine.
Nero Wolfe brings to mind a large man…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on January 28, 2012 at 3:07pm — No Comments
Epic Marvels, Short Sci-fi Stories is dedicated to all the wonderful technical engineers throughout the world……
Added by Chuck Keyes (The Chuck!) on January 26, 2012 at 9:12pm — No Comments
I'm an avid Da Vinci researcher, after the watching the slightly off putting Da Vinci Code. So far I've discovered
a secret apprentice, ties to a clandestine marriage, and other controversial material. A couple of years ago I discovered messages in The Vitruvian Man which expanded from their own wards into more recent messages with the secret coding of a message in the Mona Lisa.
Not entirely sure what to do with this material though, perhaps someone could give me guidance…Continue
Added by David Broughton on January 26, 2012 at 6:47pm — No Comments
Writing is fun. It really is, I enjoy almost everything about it, even including the hard parts like networking and promoting. One of the best experiences I've had as a writer is watching my daughter when she is writing.
Added by Mark Miller on January 26, 2012 at 6:40pm — No Comments
Hello again. I've been out of the loop for a while and just wanted to touch base with everyone.
I have been busy working on edits for my upcoming release GUARDIAN. Look for it at www.LiquidSilverBooks in the coming months.
I have also released NIGHTWALKER - A LEAH WOLFE SINS NOVEL - in print. It is available at www.Amazon.com and…Continue
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With Facebook growing up to a major social media marketing tool, SEO is no more limited just to websites. To get more brand popularity by drawing in more and more followers to your Facebook page, you can make use of some smart optimization ideas and bring targeted traffic to your Indie author website.
When naming the Facebook profile of your business, make sure to use only the actual company or Author name. While you can also add in some keywords here and…Continue
Ideas for Book Sayings/Quotes to entice readers for The Janus Paradox:
Added by Cymbric Early-Smith on January 24, 2012 at 12:46am — No Comments
About a week ago I woke up one morning feeling a mild sense of panic when I realised that once I finish editing Love Kills and send it off to the publisher, I will then need to start writing the third Redcliffe book. At the time it was only a vague idea in my head, sort of following on from the latest instalment that I just wrote. Determined not to be perturbed, I put the panic out of my mind and sent out a silent plea to my muse.
After lunch I finally dragged myself away…Continue
Since I last spoke to you, I've been under a constant barrage of criticism and negativity. And if that statement seems to beg your sympathy, believe me it's real purpose is only the proclamation of life as I find it today; that is, how I am living now with those who are my artistic comrades and equals here on the north bank of our city's river.
And I have mammoth responsiblities here. I'm the de facto leader of a large (and still growing) entourage of creative minded…
Added by RF Husnik on January 22, 2012 at 6:57pm — No Comments
Hi everyone, just a friendly reminder, look for my upcoming book promotion.
I will be giving away a signed copy of my sixth novel, 'Shadows of Obsession' along with several other goodies, therefore, stay tuned. In addition, I…Continue
The Janus Paradox only 8 chapters and some polishing away from completion…! :)
- For those who've only heard vague references to this project that gradually took over my life 2 - 1/2 years ago, here's the 'Cliff Notes' version:…Continue
Added by Cymbric Early-Smith on January 21, 2012 at 12:30pm — No Comments
PROMO: * New Release* Dark Night of the Moon - Paranormal Wolf Shifter, Diablo
ATTENTION: If you're on Amazon, can I ask you please to go to the link, LIKE my page and click on the tags? Thank you so much for helping me out!
Dark Night of the Moon, a paranormal wolf shifter based on Native American lore, is available on KINDLE…
Added by Keta Diablo on January 21, 2012 at 4:45am — No Comments
The T.P.L Publications came about from and idea that CEO's Fiordaliza Charles and Charron Monaye agreed to back in 2010, that would enable them to help to create poetry anthologies, that will aide to showcase 20 poets worldwide; one book at a time.
Since that idea, they have not only provide an open platform to over 50 poets and writers worldwide but, they have also managed to provide an open platform to many individuals as they gain the recognition that they truly deserve for…
Added by Fiordaliza Charles on January 20, 2012 at 4:55pm — No Comments
Fiordaliza has been a writer since an early age. She noticed her love for poetry at the age of 8 when she wrote her first poem entitled “ I can't speak your language” because some of her class mates teased her about her inability to speak English with out her Spanish accent and from that point on she wrote a poem for everything that she experienced.
Fiordaliza, became an author November of 2009 when she created three books from 150 original poems that she had…
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Many things I've learned over the years are self taught. When I worked as a graphic designer at a local newspaper, I was unfamiliar about the software being used to create advertising. Slowly, through the months, I discovered new things to be done with the program others hadn't.
So it was with writing. I didn't know anything about outlining, or formatting, or even too much editing, but throughout the years, I developed a system that worked for me. When I started writing my…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on January 20, 2012 at 4:02pm — No Comments
My lovely husband said to me last night, "You know what the world needs, a new spin on Robin Hood. Like you've done with Lancelot, but maybe less sex."
He hates bankers and see this as a way of righting wrongs or maybe writing wrongs.
Now, the less sex I can't guarantee, it sort of writes itself, but he has a point. We need a new Robin Hood which the next generation can use as a role model. Let's face it can't be any worse than that mash up of…Continue
Hi, not sure what this site is all about - just came across it on another blog and joined.
I am an Indie Author and just published my first book in October, sequel to be released Feb 1st.
I am on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gladys-Quintal/293506287341938