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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

Secrets and Doors Anthology Cover Reveal

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…

White Horizon by Jan Ruth

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
White Horizon by Jan Ruth My rating: 4 of 5 stars “The essentials of life; having someone to love, having something to do and something to look forward to,” advice that Daniel Woods would probably agree with on his wedding day but words which he wouldn’t actually understand until circumstances…

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Amanda reviews Don’t Touch by Barb Taub

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today we have a review from Amanda, she blogs at https://ajbookreviewclub.wordpress.com/ Amanda chose to read and review Don’t Touch by Barb Taub WHAT I SAY I loved this book 5 stars . This is the 2nd book in the Null city books but you can read as a standalone like…

Interview with Rami Ungar

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