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Who reads our books?

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
I found on the Passive Voice a reference to the latest Harris Poll concerning Americans’ reading habits.  The upshot was that Americans who read more electronically, read more, period.  There is, however, a wealth of useful information to be gleamed from the report.  So, who exactly are our readers?  And how much…

to Write is to Serve

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
Authors write books. A book is a product. But authorship entails more than just making a product. Authorship is a service. Ultimately, writers want their work to be read, and therefore they serve an audience. Please the audience and gain more readers. The first step is for the content to please…

…let it snow, let it snow, let it snow… Scotsport shone through it all… #TBSU…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…more than 50 years ago, Scottish Television launched its first ever sports coverage programme in the guise of Scotsport (original, huh!)… colour television was still a thing of the far-distant future, so black and white, and varying shades of grey adorned our screens every day… this wasn’t too much of…

In the Books featuring Tomorrow Wendell by R.M. Ridley

Originally posted on The BiaLog:
Good morning and welcome to this week’s edition of In the Books, featuring Tomorrow Wendell by R.M. Ridley. About the Book: When predictions tell Wendell Courtney he’s going to die, he turns to the one man he hopes can help. Jonathan Alvey’s no stranger to the strange. But, unlike the…

My mystery novel – STRANGER AT SUNSET is here!

Today is the official day of my book release, wheee! Thanks to all the people who’ve taken the time to share about it, and who will help me promote the book over the next few months. You’ve been incredible. ♥ My sincere thanks to early readers of the book and those who have already reviewed it.…

Five Best Calgary Stampede Breakfasts

Originally posted on Marathon Mouth:
Mmm, pancakes. You can eat them every morning for free at Calgary Stampede breakfasts throughout the city Beef and beer. The two primary food groups of the Calgary Stampede, right? Well, remember what your mother said about the most important meal of the day. Yes, that means Stampede breakfasts. Yee-haw!…

The Science of the Perfect Blog Post

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
MMJaye recently paid me a high compliment, in her usual generous way: she said that I write “perfect blog post titles.” So, today, I’ll share my secrets – just don’t tell anyone. 🙂 Since there is a science about pretty much everything in our life, it’s expected to have…

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