Authors, Writers, Publishers, and Book Readers
Here is the latest ad I have going in a local Las Vegas magazine for my books. I now have 8 to my credit and they all have the common theme of : You never know when a person will enter your life and braoden your horizons forever. Come check me out at www.PhilipNork.com ;…Continue
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It's been a long time since I've visited Authors.com. I have been extremely busy with my writing. Here is a quick update.
I write what I call 'real-life fiction.' I take pieces of my life and that of others and then add in some fiction that results in a realistic sounding fiction tale that most will relate to.
In 2012 my 2009 self-published book, Sensitivity 101 ... the Search for Acceptance, was picked up a publisher after…Continue
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I have come a long way in my writing career in a very short time. I want to thank all of you who have supported in me in any way.
Come check out the Sneak Peek of Misguided Sensitivity on IndiesUnlimited. http://www.indiesunlimited.com/2012/07/15/sneak-peek-misguided-sens...
I also started an author page on Facebook. The reach of this page has made it to…Continue
Added by Philip Nork on July 17, 2012 at 4:14am — No Comments
I've been known as the "Real Life Fiction for Real Life People" author. I mix fact and fiction and weave stories you can relate to. Now I'm thinking about expanding my genres.
Check out the first three chapters of "Ashley In Albuquerque." It's the story of Paul Summer, a 50-ish Indie author who goes around the country pimping his books, but eventually ends up pimping himself too.
Let me know what you think!…Continue
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My first book Sensitivity 101 for the Heterosexual Male was re-released by my publisher as Sensitivity 101 the Search for Acceptance back in July 2011. It has since been picked up by a traditional publisher and will be re-issued again in early 2012 under another name and cover. This gave me the opportunity to re-edit and add some new and exciting twists to it. Because of this, the book will only be on Amazon until the first of the…Continue
Added by Philip Nork on November 26, 2011 at 2:18am — No Comments
Next week I am re-publishing Sensitivity 101 for the Heterosexual Male as "Sensitivity 101...The Search for Acceptance"
Many reviewers have said that by changing the title I will open it up to a new audience. The book is about the journey of self-discovery that a young boy takes after the divorce of his parents as he searches for acceptance and happiness.
Here is the new back cover-
Nana always said. “If you want people to remember you, you have to be a little…Continue
Added by Philip Nork on April 25, 2011 at 4:16am — No Comments
Here is the latest review of Sensitivity 101 for the Heterosexual Male. This one by Kenneth Weene, author of Memiors from the Asylum...http://tinyurl.com/2ca7qfk
Added by Philip Nork on July 6, 2010 at 1:44am — No Comments
I work for a company that does sales and marketing for Costco Wholesale. My parent company is Daymon Worldwide, another giant marketing company. May is the month which Coscto raises funds for The Chidlren's Miracle Network, also the charity I donate part of my profits to. This was the press release that was printed in all of our April newsletters. So far, it has helped me sell 150 more copies of "Sensitivity 101 for the Heterosexual Male...Lessons Learned from the Fairer Sex." Hoping it will…Continue
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I started a new blog called One Good Turn Deserves Another It is all about random acts of kindness and also has snipets from my book "Sensitivity 101 for the Heterosexual Male, Lessons Learned from the Fairer Sex." Come on over and check it out and become a follower or at least leave some comments.
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