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The Stolen Tower – On Offer! 6-16th July 2015 – Kindle Countdown!!!

Originally posted on Library of Erana:
Up until now I have never used one of the features of Kindle Select – A Kindle Countdown promotion. From 12 am PST 6th July – PST 12 am 13th will be offered  for 99c until July 6th and then $1.99 until July 13th against an original…

Book Cover Design – Affordable Book Covers

Book Cover Design – Affordable Book Covers

Originally posted on readers+writers journal:
Book Cover Love – Book Cover Designers for Self-Published Authors Readers+Writers Journal’s new series on affordable services for self-published authors begins with the most important part of your book (aside from the words inside): book covers. Do Book Covers Matter? How important are book covers to selling your self-published book?…

The Witness

…and the Wrath of the Great God Amazon shall be visited upon yeez… be careful out there… #TBSU…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…I s’pose I should feel flattered… email correspondence today from the compliance brigade at Amazon flagged up a potential monstrous offence on the part of this ol’ Jurassic… it seems that my published collections of Blog Posts from this web page blog of mine, WELL I’LL BE BLOGGERED and BLOGGERED,…



Originally posted on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog:
I’m growing concerned at the number of authors who are publishing extracts of their works – either already published, or Work in Progress – online. I can understand that their intention is to attract readers to their stories and possibly buy their book(s). HOWEVER You…

The illusion of privacy on the internet

Originally posted on galesmind:
It amazes me in this day and age the things people will post on social media. Even in so called “private” or “secret” groups things get leaked. Those photos you thought were only seen by a few friends can be leaked to millions in a matter of seconds. Better not anger…

The Digital Quill Answers: “Which literary character is most like you?”

Originally posted on Natacha Guyot:
Which literary character is most like you? While I relate a lot to Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter series, I must say Jo March from Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. I have lost count of how many times I read the book, mostly because of Jo. The way…

The pond is a muse that saved my sanity.

Originally posted on Renae Rude – The Paranormalist:
This week’s WordPress photo challenge theme is “muse”.  To me, a muse is anything that inspires me to do or to feel or to be. For the purposes of this postaweek, I decided to gather up some photographs of the pond behind our apartment building. These shots are each taken from…

FOLLOW THE TOUR: It’s Milele Safari by Jan Hawke

Originally posted on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author:
Author Jan Hawke is on tour with her novel Milele Safari and she’s stopped by to tell us a bit about her book today. Hawke has included a fascinating excerpt from her novel as well. Welcome to 4writersandreaders, Jan.  The page is yours and we’re looking forward…

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