Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
When we walked into that restaurant, I was amazed at how many people were there. It definitely was an expensive restaurant. We were escorted to a table by an employee of where we were to sit. It was an exclusive part of the room. (I think that Kente’ might’ve called the restaurant earlier that day and made reservations. That’s why we were…Continue
Added by Marie on September 6, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments
On chapter 9 of my first book... kind of nervous... and excited :). It's realli interesting, and I'm only 16, but I love to read and write stories. Any comments or suggestions; just hit me up. Thanx! Have a blessed day. Oh! Haha anyone wanna read mi summary of tha book??:
"It's summer! Fun in the sun and relaxin' in satisfaction. That's exactly what Marie Raymond planned to do until her and her boyfriend break up. Thinking she's not ready to move on, she meets Kente', a young,…Continue
With advent of Free Clinic's publication, to print in the next two weeks, I humbly submit for your perusal the first bits of the second book in the Free Clinic Trilogy: Immunity Effect. This draft so far has been well recieved by my editor and publisher, but still has a way to go. The third book, Kiss The Sky, is in purely outline now, though I have written some parts of it. I hope that those of you who have read the Free Clinic teasers that I have posted have saved them to…Continue
My book, "The Starving Man: First Encounter" is available at lulu.com for purchase and download.
It takes you on a journey in the mind of a bipolar schizophrenic who is fueled by self hate & self loathing, while barely holding onto the hope of someone loving them one day.
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Added by Sharee Givens on August 29, 2010 at 8:16am — No Comments
When I teach writing classes, give book talks, or generally discuss strategies for improving written communication, I often get this question: “What are the best strategies for writing well?”…Continue
Added by Sabena Siddiqui on August 23, 2010 at 1:33pm — No Comments
I woke in a fright, sweat beading my forehead. It was that dream again. That recurring dream of death and destruction. I looked at the clock, midnight. Time I was up. I raked the fire till the embers glowed, laying kindling and a slice of peat on top.
I lived deep down under Farmer O'Connell's chicken coop in a burrow. At first it was just going to be somewhere to sleep; somewhere…Continue
Added by Chris Allen Clark on August 17, 2010 at 10:17pm — No Comments
Added by Irene Rose Jones on August 11, 2010 at 11:00pm — No Comments
Added by era fiyantiningrum on August 7, 2010 at 4:30am — No Comments
Here is a scenario with many POD publishers.
Your upfront fee to publish could be as low as $14! However, PODs rarely offer the author free copies of their book. Also, your book (as an electronic file) remains with the
publisher. POD means print-on-demand. The publisher gets to keep a file of your
book and prints the books as needed. It is a fast and easy method…
Added by Olive Peart on August 5, 2010 at 4:21am — No Comments
This is not an article about politics. Instead, it is about 7 strategies for creating impact with your words. We will use samples from President Obama’s July 17th weekly address as an example of impact strategies.
President Obama is a powerful speaker. What does that mean? Being a powerful speaker means that people are interested in what you say and that they react emotionally and cognitively to your message. This is impact. Whether intuitively or consciously, powerful speakers…Continue
Added by David Bowman on July 30, 2010 at 11:57pm — No Comments
Run with the big dogs, not a twenty pd. Shih Tzu named Archie. Also, remember to never make him Biscuits. To see Biscuits With Archie: The Poetry and Stories of C.H. Allen Clark, visit Amazon, Barnes and Noble or Booksamillion.com today!
Added by Chris Allen Clark on July 30, 2010 at 2:41am — No Comments