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IELTS Speaking Topics- Paperback and a bonus ebook

 

"IELTS Speaking Topics" provides both educators and students with a collection of photocopiable speaking two topics. Each question is designed to be used to supplement current materials related to the IELTS academic and general modules of the test. 



Educators can provide their students with up-to date, and authentic examples of speaking two questions, whilst their students could use each example for stimulated practice…

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Added by Mark W. Medley on March 27, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Complimentary Ebooks Containing Samples of Mark's Books, Poems and Short Stories

I have been a member of the Scribd.com community since I first started publishing, and have a selection

of all my published work, along with a collection of poems, and short stories. Feel free to visit Scribd, and download or simply read this collection.

Discover Mark's Books, Poems, and Short…

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Added by Mark W. Medley on March 27, 2011 at 6:00pm — No Comments

Review of Paolini's "Eragon"



Whether I'm writing a short story or reading one, I find enjoyment in them both. Reading books that catch my interest helps me to weed out the good from the not so good. I never judge a book by its cover, but by its first few chapters. You see, I am a critic of sorts, spending time reading books so I can review their material for…

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Added by Dara Marie Skala on March 27, 2011 at 5:01am — No Comments

Digital short Saturday Trestle Press Spring Submission Winner Jeffrey Martin House of Misery

Yesterday I had the privilege of announcing the first winner in the Trestle Press Spring Submission Contest: Jeffrey Martin for House of Misery. Serious stuff and it is an intense read. More on that in a bit. The contest winners will be announced at different times during the week on my blogtalk show The G-ZONE until we reach the conclusion on or around the 15th of April. The submissions were many. They varied in style and substance, and were all together amazing. My experience…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 26, 2011 at 8:40pm — No Comments

Digital short Saturday Laurie Bowler Across the City Carnage

 

The stories just keep pouring out of Laurie Bowler. As I am writing this post she is releasing The Depths of Darkness, a full length novel (I will be posting on that next week). She also has Across the City, the fourth chapter in the continuing saga ready to edit. I already have the cover done for that bad boy and will put it up on Facebook after I put this post up. Hopefully you will like the cover art. Laurie will be my guest again in April on The G-ZONE, my blogtalk radio show.…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 26, 2011 at 5:36pm — No Comments

Digital short Saturday Tom Sumner All I Wanted was a Haircut Volume two

 

For those of you that didn’t tune in on Monday to my blogtalk radios show The G-ZONE, shame on you. Okay, maybe you had something to do, but you can at least listen to it on the archive, who knows maybe you will find another author you find interesting. The reason I am pointing this out is this: Tom gave me a new insight into how and why he writes. I found his answers to my questions compelling as well as very telling and it helped me to appreciate his hard work even more. Here is…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 26, 2011 at 4:12pm — No Comments

Almost Done!

Received news from my illustrator today that he is almost finished with the drawings for "My Angel in a Doggy Suit".  Hopefully it will be on Amazon and in bookstores soon.  "I'm Happy to be Me" is going strong and I am enjoying reading it for all the kids in the school system I work for.  Oh Oh Oh...just finished "I Used to Be Mean" and that should be rolling forward quickly.  So much to do and so little time to do it, but man oh man it is fun!

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Added by Sue Theisen on March 26, 2011 at 12:09am — 2 Comments

First paragraph of Butler's next adventure



  We've begun writing.  Just came up with this scene to open the book.. What do you think?





It was not their fault, really.  Well, mostly not.  Matthew Butler, Tommy Cooper, and the little dog Jack emerged from Mobile Bay like Swamp Thing II, their powder blue tuxedos dripping with mud and rotted weeds.  On the expansive lawn in front of them sat three hundred fifty close friends and relatives, dressed in their Sunday best.  A murmur ran through the crowd.  The bride, an… Continue

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Added by Sally Pomeroy on March 25, 2011 at 9:07pm — 2 Comments

Graphic Novel Friday The Hills Have Eyes Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray

 

TGIF and welcome to the almost weekend. We have a stellar day planned and a huge weekend ahead of us here @ The Scoop and The G-ZONE. We have another tripleheader of posts tomorrow for Digital short Saturday and a very nice novel for Self Published Sunday. Today on The G-ZONE I get to interview Jeffrey Martin and also make the 1st announcement of winners in the Trestle Press Spring Submission Contest. Tuesday I will be making the next one. Let’s shift gears: Are you…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 25, 2011 at 12:55pm — No Comments

ChickendoodleWhereAreYou.yolasite.com

It's a beautiful day and a little cool here in Arkansas.  I have been trying to get a lot of things done and

put away all that paperwork we all end up with  that we don't use everyday but just can't throw away.

 

Also, been busy creating a website for my book Chickendoodle! Where Are You?  I wanted everyone to be able

to get a feel of the story and be able to see a few pictures from the book.  At the website,…

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Added by Wanda Lee Bobo on March 25, 2011 at 12:02am — No Comments

Beth Solheim Outwitted

Busy, busy, busy. I want to thank everyone for their kind words and support for the work I have been doing with various cover art projects, logo art and posting lately. It has meant a lot to me and helped propel me forward. Tomorrow I get the honor of announcing the first winner in the Trestle Press Spring Submission Contest on my blogtalk radio show The G-ZONE.  It is an honor and also a blast to be a part of this. I will be doing a little bit each week as we get closer and closer to the…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 24, 2011 at 8:42pm — No Comments

Review: The Frugalista Files

Book Review: The Frugalista Files

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Added by Jennifer Andrews on March 24, 2011 at 6:49pm — No Comments

Destiny to greatness

Today is the day for all of us Authors to continue to reach for our dreams and share with the world the gifts we've been given to inspire and encourage others in not giving up and to keep movin on in life! we all have greatness to give to others so why should we allow bumps in the road steer us off track in reaching our destinations!

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Added by william paul henderson jr on March 24, 2011 at 1:12am — No Comments

heartbreak prepares heart-mend

well....am here guys...i love to call my self the love doc,coz i know everything to do with love...what its all about,what it does to you...and maybe you do too...why?cause it captures just about everyone..the good the bad..the wicked....everyone at some point is affected with love...its like air...we need it1its part of us!!

just wanted to say a few things......and this is a story of my closest friend..who can never lie to me.......me!

when the people we love hurt us,its about the… Continue

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Added by shanziwe mugwagwa on March 24, 2011 at 12:30am — No Comments

Sibella Giorello The Mountains Bow Down

It is hump day, Wednesday, for those of us not keeping count. The end of the week for me is just 5 short days away. Wait, then a new week starts again. I need a vacation! Our main character in the novel tried that and her work followed her. Does that mean when I get to take a few days off, some novels, digital short stories and graphic novels are going to follow me? I hope so! The beach wouldn’t be the same without them. Fortunately when work follows me on vacation, I love it and get to…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 23, 2011 at 10:49am — No Comments

Clive Cussler The Jungle

Me, a huge fan of the Oregon Files?  You never have to ask me that question twice, yes, and then again yes. I just love the work they have done with this series from the get go. More on that in a minute: today on The G-ZONE ,our blogtalk radio show, Big Daddy Abel dropped by; catch it on the archives, and on Weds. John DeDakis, author/instructor/ and CNN Producer will be stopping by at 8.30amEST, breakfast with the G-Man. Good stuff, so please join us for the fun , good conversation and…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 23, 2011 at 1:16am — No Comments

Harlequin's not just about lovebirds!

Having a book published under the publishing giant Harlequin's umbrella must be almost universally irresistible to writers. Think it's a pipe dream? Think again, because Harlequin offers an excellent online resource to help you and your novel reach those heights. It's called Write For Us and is within eHarlequin. The publishing company has created a section purely for writers sharing advice, submission guidelines and…

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Added by Kay Elizabeth on March 21, 2011 at 8:30pm — 3 Comments

John Locke Follow The Stone

 

It is Monday and as such I am staring a seriously long and fun week ahead. The posting schedule I have set up for this week and next is chock full of great novels, digital shorts, self-published authors and graphic novels. The Scoop is counting down to its 500th post in just about a year in business. We are, to say the least, very proud of this achievement. I want to thank all the readers, followers, social network friends, authors & bloggers that have read our posts as well…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 21, 2011 at 8:10pm — No Comments

Digital short Saturday Big Daddy Abel Open Mic Volume Two

Humor comes in many different forms. Yesterday I touched on Tom Sumner’s All I Wanted Was a Haircut. His brand of humor is a bit different from BDA (I need to save keystrokes here people, so from now on through this post I am going to refer to Big Daddy Abel as BDA), all of it in good way. Besides that, I needed to lighten the mood today from my earlier post on Laurie Bowler’s Across the City Chapter Two. There is no bloodletting or vampires in BDA’s Open Mic Volume Two, hopefully that…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 19, 2011 at 5:15pm — No Comments

Digital short Saturday B.R. Stateham's Call Me Smitty

 

It has been a busy weekend here @ The Scoop. There are some amazing digital short stories out there and this is another one of them. Call Me Smitty is a three part series thus far; today’s post is on the first installment. B.R. Stateham will be my guest in The G-ZONE April 6th @ 9am EST. I think it will be fun. What exactly is this digital short series all about, well check it out:

“From the mind of B.R. Stateham, author of Death of Young…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on March 19, 2011 at 3:21pm — No Comments

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