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Authenticity and Honesty as an Indie Author by @JoRobinson176

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
A couple of things we shouldn’t be doing. Sometimes you’ll see an author comparing their writing to a famous writer in the actual blurb of their book, or worse still on the cover. Doing this in a blurb is actually against Amazon policy, so it’s not a good idea…

The Thin Skin of Self-Publishing

Originally posted on Tara Sparling writes:
Embed from Getty Images I usually spend January looking for new trends in the book world (or making them up, which is more fun), and I’m seeing an increase in pronouncements about self-publishing online. It’s probably a seasonal thing, as people sketch out their writing goals. But a lot of what I’m seeing…

Boy Entrepreneur Invents Lego Braille Printer

Originally posted on Vampires, Crime and Angels…Eclectic Me:
Boy Entrepreneur Invents Lego Braille Printer 22:33, UK, Wednesday 21 January 2015 “The California teen built the device in his kitchen for a school science project and now Intel Corp have invested in his start-up.” A 13-year-old American boy is thought to be the youngest entrepreneur ever…

The Cholesterol Myth – LDL vs HDL and your best friend – Your Liver

Originally posted on Smorgasbord – Variety is the spice of life:
Hopefully in my last post I established that Cholesterol is something to be cherished and maintained to ensure a healthy balance of hormones and other functions within the body, I will now focus on the LDL – low density lipoprotein, which is the cholesterol…

Secrets and Doors Anthology Cover Reveal

Originally posted on christinehaggerty:
Hello Speculative Fiction Fans! The Secret Door Society is gearing up to release their first anthology, with all proceeds going to benefit diabetes research. I am a part of the Secret Door Society, a very secret inner part ;). And, of course, I have a story in here that I kinda…

Mrs Brown’s Boys

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
I thought you could all do with cheering up. For years now when it comes to good old fashioned non PC belly laugh humour, shown between 7 – 9pm, the UK television channels have been sadly lacking. The same goes for full on variety shows like Sunday Night…

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