Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
Sincerely, this is my first read of this dynamic duo. Go ahead and chuckle at my expense, I understand. Interesting plotline in Gideon’s Sword: A family wronged and father framed by a government employee to cover his tracks as many people die heinous deaths for no reason other than the government employee’s stupidity and arrogance. Original and thought provoking, I mean the way they went about it, the narrative, not the over used and tired plotline, hahaha, gotcha. Really though, let’s…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 7, 2011 at 2:17pm — No Comments
I am going to have to guess that you hear this saying every day. I have used this phrase right here in this very same spot on a different Self-Published Sunday, “don’t judge a book by its cover. Elephant Milk by Diane Sherry Case has a pretty snappy piece of artwork on the cover, but what does it all mean, and what exactly is elephant milk? Okay, check out what is between the covers on this one:
“Sean Hayes is driving a lime green dune buggy that a friend of hers traded from Elvis…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 6, 2011 at 8:24pm — No Comments
the demon slayers laid on the ground, fighting for last breath. falcon had poisoned them and now they fear them.
kara looked at falcon sitting in a pool of his own blood. she wanted to hold him, tell him they'll be alright, but he told her to back off and just let him be.
so there she sat, leaned against a tree, waiting for falcon to tell her to bring her ass on.
"Kara, lets go." he finally said, standing.
she stood too, looking him over.
Hey, I am pumped about this. The reason is that I am actually mentioned part of the prize package they, Trestle Press, are offering to winning authors. We, Gelati’s Scoop The GZONE, made the video for this contest and it is on Trestle’s You Tube homepage. Here is the link for it:
Our blog has almost been around for a year and we have made great…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 6, 2011 at 1:10am — No Comments
“Brother” Giovanni gets on the board with this one. Confused, I am sure you are. You would have to read the disclaimer, (which I wrote-wink, wink), in the beginning of Open Mic to understand how I came Brother Giovanni; I am not giving that away. This is the first time I am in a published work; I am pumped and honored. FYI: BDA, as he is known to his many fans, will be on our blogtalk show twice this month. March 8th for the roundtable discussion @ 3pm and then again by his…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 6, 2011 at 12:41am — No Comments
Dravid looks deep into the smoke wandering how far he has left to fly to get out. He cant help but to think that this was a mistake. He was warned that this trip could in the end kill him, but he had to do this didn’t he? He owed it to the people of Aelia. Looking about him he sees nothing except smoke. Everywhere he looks there is nothing but the all consuming smoke.
Dravid has been flying for three days in this smoke infested world to get the knowledge…
Added by blake coleman on March 5, 2011 at 12:54am — No Comments
the water was now freezing, so shadow climbed out. damn, another school day missed!!
it was now night time and the air was chilly. im freezing my ass off! damn human skin!!
he pulled on his clothes and shoes and walked through the woods toward home. he wondered what time it was......and if mom…Continue
I am having difficulty , as I am pony express , Hunt and Peck
typing . However, My books title is Master Your Own Universe
by Kwaichi Alvin
This is a debut novel from a man who has an impressive biography; I am enclosing it with the post. Is this novel the real deal like Brad Taylor American hero is? I am going to be nice and say it makes it some hay in a very crowded genre; read on and decide if you want to grab this thriller. Here is what is between the covers and his bio:
“They call it the Taskforce. Their existence is as essential as it is illegal. Commissioned at the highest level of the U.S. government. Protected…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 3, 2011 at 10:13pm — No Comments
Hello out there! I have spent the past two years collecting my memories on paper of a sailboat trip I took in 1960 with three other guys and a dog -- from Hong Kong to Miami. Our boat was named the Suzy Wong. She was a 41 foot yawl (27 feet on the water line) which we had built for us in Hong Kong. The trip covered 26,000 nautical miles and was eighteen months in duration.
That was 50 years ago! We were all still alive when we got to Miami, and we are all still kicking now. The…Continue
Why not create a site where the authors can have his or her book designed, created, printed. And have there own webpage to sell there book thru. Have a PayPal and other sales accounts so they would keep 100% profits from there book. All authors would have control of the site because the site would be their's to use. You would have a flat fee for the design and formatting. You could have a printer who would have a flat fee for the printing. The cost would be a flat fee for members who belong…Continue
Added by Augustine Etoh on March 1, 2011 at 12:10pm — No Comments
God's Love Corrects, Protects, Perfects
Perfect love casteth out all fear
And we are perfected in Him. In him who knew no sin, but became sin, so that we may become the rightousness of God through Him.Access through His righteousness, We became the righteousness of God,and because of His righteousness we became perfected. Meaning the blood that was shed at the cross of calvay covers us and
allows God to…Continue
Added by Jannie Marie DeBose on February 28, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments
I hope you all enjoyed Diving into the Guest Blogging Pool, Part I and I've whetted your appetite for Part II!
Last time I talked about two of four common reasons some haven't attempted guest blogging: "I don't have the time" and "I don't know what to write about."
Now let's look at the remaining two.
"I'm scared I'll be rejected."
Aren't we all! While there are no guaranteed 100% foolproof ways to prevent rejection, you…
kara looked around in the acid forest and realized Falcon was gone. DAMN, she lost him, again. when he finds her, he's gonna be mad as hell. she knew he has a bad temper. she walked through the trees until she saw him sitting near the pond of Blood.
"Kara, keep up." was all he said.
what, no fit, no yelling. did their first kiss really change the way Falcon was.
she looked at him and caught his eye, noticing he was mad, just not at her.
near his foot,…Continue
"Don't ever do that again, you understand me?"
Kara didn't know what to say, she felt safe with Falcon, but all she ever do when she trys to help is piss him off.
"Falcon, I'm sorry. I just want to-"
"You want to what, help me save you? Well, Kara I don't need your help, I don't need nobodies help."
She stare in his sliver eyes for a long time before she turned around and walked away from him, tears burning in her…Continue