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#Read about Guest #Author Clive Mullis

#Read about Guest #Author Clive Mullis

Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
Hello to you all, I’m Clive, and first off, thanks to Chris for this opportunity to grace his famed and wondrous site. Who am I? What am I? Now there’s a good question. I live in the UK in the county of Bedfordshire in a…

Book Review: The Wise Man’s Fear by Patrick Rothfuss

Originally posted on Leona's Blog of Shadows:
Genre: Fantasy Series: The Kingkiller Chronicle Author Info: http://www.patrickrothfuss.com/ Warning: Might contain mild spoilers. Review for the first book I must say this book is even better than The Name of The Wind. The stories are much more exciting to read, the adventures are absolutely thrilling and we get…

New Release and Interview – The IX by Andrew P. Weston – Fantasy/Military/Historical

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
The IX… Janet Morris and Perseid Press invite you to read dangerously… Warriors from the past, present, and future fight to save us all… The IX by Andrew P, Weston. Available now for pre-order; Kindle ships 26 January. Luxury trade edition from Perseid Press available mid February. If you’re…

8 Ways to Make People on Twitter Want to Stab Us IN THE FACE

Originally posted on Kristen Lamb's Blog:
Image via QuickMeme One would think a lot of what I teach about social media (Twitter) would be self-explanatory, but hey…we live in a world where a box of frozen corn dogs has a warning that I need to REMOVE the corn dogs from the box BEFORE placing…

True Tails from the Dog Park by Max and Luther

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
CLICK TO GET YOUR COPY A charming collection of tales (tails?) from the dog park, including advice on navigating the social minefield that a group of dogs can present, rules for dog owners, and observations told from the point of view of 2 dogs who are best friends: Max,…

9 Ways to Make Your Self-Published Book Look More Professional

9 Ways to Make Your Self-Published Book Look More Professional

Originally posted on Michelle Proulx – Author:
In my continuing attempts to promote and improve the self-publishing scene, today I present a handful of helpful tips you can use to make your self-published print book look more professional. These tips have been compiled via examining multiple traditionally published books and comparing them to the collection of self-published…

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