Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
Initial and Introductory, any implicit attitude or anger are fatally danger than any explicit attitude or uttering anger.
Likely all Institutional and un-Institutional racism, discrimination, prejudice, and inequity exist globally two dimensionally.
All first world and developed countries racism, inequity and discrimination take place through un-institutional and implicitly.
Due to their…Continue
Added by NURUZZAMAN SARDER on December 30, 2013 at 2:44pm — No Comments
Honor and Dignity the basic Instinct of Humanity,
Mutual respects and coexists are its functional conformity.
Social equity and neighborhoods co-operations are human rights exquisite…Continue
Added by NURUZZAMAN SARDER on December 30, 2013 at 2:43pm — No Comments
Driving to work one night I kept scanning the radio stations trying to find something worthwhile. The AM side of my radio has gone kaput so I don't get to listen to the talk shows like I used to. The one FM station has sports talk during the drive so I usually end up listening to music. Taking Care Of Business by Bachman-Turner Overdrive…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on December 27, 2013 at 12:16pm — No Comments
Merry Christmas to all with a heart.
May your dreams be fulfilled within all that you start.
May you shine like a the north star.
Bringing light like the sun.
May kindness and love be shown to everyone.
As you celebrate…Continue
Added by Terry S. Bradley on December 24, 2013 at 4:43pm — No Comments
Have you ever tried to achieve something positive in the community and instead of help and encouragement, one becomes a subject of ridicule and laughter? How would you feel when face to face you see yourself in a storm of laughter because one tries to raise money towards the publication of his book? It's the most saddest day in the writer's life as he faced all these degrading chapters in his life, yet he wasn't discouraged to publish this book.
Added by Joel Savage on December 22, 2013 at 7:41pm — No Comments
It started in Africa, the place often referred to as the Dark Continent, in terms of colour. But there is something more associated to the term dark, which might be spiritual or might be the simple chapters of the normal growing life of the African. However, such an experience of the normal growing life is too tough to handle.
Babatunde is a young man, whose harsh experience after his father’s untimely death still haunts him. Exposed to the world at a very…Continue
Added by Joel Savage on December 22, 2013 at 7:15pm — No Comments
According to National Cancer Institute, Cancer that forms in tissues of the breast. The most common type of breast cancer is ductile carcinoma, which begins in the lining of the milk ducts (thin tubes that carry milk from the lobules of the breast to the nipple). Another type of breast cancer is lobular carcinoma, which begins in the lobules (milk glands) of the breast. Invasive breast cancer is breast cancer that has spread from…Continue
Added by Joel Savage on December 22, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Child neglect and abuse are global issues of concern. In Europe, America and other advanced countries, even though no amount of compensation could heal the scars from physical and mental injury, there are organizations set up to restore the confidence of a neglected child.
In Africa it is entirely…Continue
Added by Joel Savage on December 22, 2013 at 6:45pm — No Comments
Book Review: By BEEM WEEKS
isn’t a novel, though it certainly would make quite an interesting story. Neither is it a biography. What author Joel Savage has crafted is a very real look into the lives of victims of the AIDS epidemic that has plagued the world since before the dreaded disease was actually identified.
Savage introduces readers to Benta, a woman living on the outskirts of Aarhus, Denmark. When Benta is diagnosed with the AIDS virus, her family and friends desert…Continue
Added by Joel Savage on December 22, 2013 at 6:26pm — No Comments
As a child growing up in a strong religious family, I was thought that everything which is opposite to the teachings of the Holy Bible, including laziness is a sin. I tried my best to live a clean life. We were thought to believe that Israel,…Continue
Added by Joel Savage on December 22, 2013 at 6:00pm — No Comments
The sweetness of reggae music was experienced in Africa in the early sixties, even though the seed of reggae was taken from Africa to the Caribbean. On the radio daily, was the music of artists such as John Holt, Jimmy Cliff and Desmond Decker, but the emergence of Jimmy Cliff, stole the heart of reggae lovers in African.
From many rivers to cross, house of exile, born to win, my friends wife, synthetic world, sitting in limbo, music maker, you can…Continue
Added by Joel Savage on December 22, 2013 at 5:39pm — No Comments
I was excited. A cruise. The Bahamas, Hawaii, Fiji. Warm sunshine, sandy beaches...
“No, we're going to travel the Bosporus,” she said.
“But I want to go to Tahiti. Come on, you'll love it.”
However, as with some of the…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on December 20, 2013 at 3:12pm — No Comments
So I will be off now for Christmas and the New Year and I would just like to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year. I hope that the New Year brings joy and success to everyone and peace as well. April
Added by April Hollingworth on December 20, 2013 at 2:53pm — No Comments
I was recently invited to Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, CA, to speak to aspiring writers about the world of publishing. Mt. SAC, as it is commonly called, is the largest community college in the United States. I wasn't there just to lecture at the weekend writers' conference, but also to represent Oak Tree Press in my role as acquisitions editor and scout for talent.
To be 60 and sitting in a classroom with people barely in their 20's listening to teachers half my age was really…Continue
Added by Sunny Frazier on December 13, 2013 at 11:00pm — No Comments
As the frigid temps continue to winterize Iowa, I'm so glad for this week's featured author who gave me directions for the transporter and soon we're basking in the warm sunshine of Tisa Barefoot Bar in American Samoa. Leaves of palm trees moving lazily in the warm breeze, white sand and a spectacular view of the blue Pacific. She says this place makes the best pina coladas and I must…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on December 13, 2013 at 11:24am — No Comments
Added by Chris Stevenson on December 10, 2013 at 5:19am — No Comments
It is no easier to promote sales of e-books than it was 4 years ago. Personally I still like to browse bookshops, charity shops, flea markets and libraries for books I want to read and only go to e-books when I know what I want. I heard someone recently saying that the internet is a good place to get books you know you want but bookshops etc are the best places to get books you didn't know you wanted. I don't know the answer to this except that it appears that i am probably in a minority…Continue
Added by Roger Long on December 9, 2013 at 11:06pm — No Comments
This is my first visit to Authors.com for several months for various reasons. Mirador have now published the last in the series of 3 books about Charlie Bristle. I am now working on something completely different but I am toying with the idea of a Charlie Bristle prequel, a popular trend these days. Charlie has now sadly lost his wife, as he always knew he would but then met again his first love from his college days, Carol who was by now the head of a primary school in East Sussex. He is…Continue
Added by Roger Long on December 9, 2013 at 11:00pm — No Comments
And I don't even have a DVD collection. I have VCR tapes. I also have movies I download. Yes, folks, I admit, I download movies from the Internet. Illegal, you say? Let's not get into that particular issue. And let's totally stay away from my downloading television shows, about…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on December 6, 2013 at 7:36pm — No Comments
Added by Catherine Green on December 5, 2013 at 11:42pm — No Comments