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How People Who Want to Exaggerate How Torturous Prison is is Keeping Jan Marcusse Behind Bars

Originally posted on Xao Thao:
What pisses me off is all this cry wolf stories about how prisons are specifically discriminating against the LBGT community, which isn’t even true, is that everyone will believe it and not focus on the real questions we should be asking like why prisons are instituted in the first place,…

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Crystin Reviews Echoes In The Darkness by Jane Godman

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s book review comes from Crystin, she blogs at http://crystinlgoodwin.wordpress.com/posts/ Crystin chose to read and review Echoes In The Darkness by Jane Godman Echoes in the Darkness by Jane Godman Everyone has secrets. Some just have darker secrets than others … Dita Varga knows this all too well, having secrets…

A Thanksgiving Love Letter to Writers…and the Indie Revolution

Originally posted on Cold:
My blog posts are usually for readers, not writers, but in the light of the coming Thanksgiving holiday I thought I’d make a bit of an exception. That’s not to say that I don’t think readers will find my “love letter” interesting – you will, swear! And I’m so grateful for…

Did I Write The Wrong Book? Creative Quandaries and Their Benefits

Cross Promotion

Originally posted on Shirley McLain:
I have to start out telling you the inspiration behind this blog.  Yesterday I agreed to cross promote my book, “Dobyns Chronicles”, with a gentleman I’ve never met who has written a book called “Alter Ego”. I’ve never cross promoted before so I decided to do some research and make…

Offline Book Marketing

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
OFFLINE MARKETING A new indie author’s best asset may be offline marketing. Many new indie authors either (A) don’t market at all or (B) only market online because that seems easier. With many thousands of authors marketing online, it’s hard to stand out, and the top online marketers have already built…

Trends in Fantasy Book Cover

Originally posted on International Book Promotion:
When you look at thriller book covers, you can usually spot knives, blood, ghostly women in white, vampires and dark backgrounds. Book covers from every genre have many similarities and it is undeniably true. If you are a fantasy writer, probably you can relate to the trends shown in…

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