Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
In the last 2 years, I've got together with friends who are entertainers here in Las Vegas. I am looking for the right group of funny people to develop skits for impersonators. This will be filmed professionally and marketed for Hollywood. This would be in credit writing only, until we can procure the budget. Looking to do 4 10-15 minutes skits, set concepts, actors and production and distribution is almost acquired. Let me know if you are interested. Thanks
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This is the original “Book Trailer” to the National Award Winning the Ghost of Atlanta…click the link at the end of the story!
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So, this morning I was sitting around trying to think of what to post for this week's blog. How do you follow three wonderful weeks of author interviews?
Then someone knocks on my door and when I answer, there stands a man weaing a hat that shadows his face. He hands me a large…Continue
Added by Stephen Lawrence Brayton on April 24, 2015 at 2:59pm — No Comments
Since I've found a wee printing place for my novel here in Scotland, I'm considering Crowd Funding.
Which would you recommend -- Kickstarter or Pubslush?
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The Third Carlos Mann Adventure…Continue
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Yes, these days, I spend mostly writing and editing in preparation for the launch of my first novel part in my Seventh Heaven Universe Series.
Therefore, I have my favourite films (or music) in the background while I work away. Yesterday was no different than quite a few months now. I've watched Anna and The King -- the 1999 version with Jody Foster and the kid that went on to play Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
I spoke with hubby, wondering if there…Continue
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These are the book covers for the entire Novel One of my SHUSeries. As I've noticed around the internet and on the various sites I belong to -- Readers love having pictures of libraries -- Therefore, I've created a library based on one I owned. I took a photo of it and then added my book…Continue
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The Third Carlos Mann Adventure
Carlos sets out to murder…Continue
Added by Nick Iuppa on April 20, 2015 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Hello fellow writers, I am writing a near futuristic novel in the genre of "Atlas Shrugged", Title: Secession- Rebirth of a Republic and am looking for a co-author to work with me to finish. We would be co-owners of the copyright and share revenues and expenses 50/50. I will consider other approaches. I have written and self-published two other books, the second of which is doing pretty…
Added by Phil Fishman on April 18, 2015 at 4:28pm — No Comments
You can purchase all four of my novels for your spring reading for just $4.00 in the Ebook format…that’s just $1.00 a Novel!
You can buy just one or all four for the price of $1.00 for each book.
My four published novels are on…Continue
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So I'm in the transporter to pick up this week's featured author. He enters and suddenly the entire machine goes haywire. When we step out, we're on a strange island with a table set up for two, strange colored drinks waiting and the entire world has changed. I smack the side of…Continue
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I learned a few things about being a successful author after writing five novels, including a gold medal winner. Nine years of coaching hopeful writers in Evening at Emory University’s Creative writing studio convinced me that budding scribes often make unnecessary mistakes—the same mistakes.
Added by J.E. Thompson on April 14, 2015 at 4:34am — No Comments
Remember when the day ended with a bedtime story?
I remember my mother reading a picture book I already knew by heart. When he was home from sea duty, my father would spin stories of his childhood in the South. Sometimes he'd recite scenes from “Gone With the Wind,” changing his voice to fit each character. Okay, that may have been a little over the top. Does an eight-year-old really need to go to sleep with Scarlett's “As God is my witness”…Continue
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Life is not a box of chocolate, usually in a box of chocolate we are expecting a variety of taste, flavors and sweetness.
I don't usually receive what I expect. So these days I am expecting everything from anyone at any time..I added my e-books and covers to my introductory blog..for more substance and readers.
I have been online for years, new at self-publishing, doing everything myself and hoping someone (a traditional publisher will at least glance my way). My writing is…Continue
Added by Janet Wilson on April 10, 2015 at 8:45am — No Comments
I am Janet A. Wilson Marson, I am an author and mother of three wonderful children. (A divorcee).
I grew up and was educated in Jamaica and the United States of America, I am “Do It Yourself” person with many hobbies, writing being one of them.
I was raised by three great women with strong Christian values and a great father. I believe in myself and
God Almighty, creator of this Universe. Life is for living well and making oneself free,…
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