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Do you want to encourage passion in a reluctant reader?

Originally posted on Jean's Writing:
Do you have a young reluctant reader at home? The lazy hazy days of summer are here and many of you are trying to encourage your kids to read. Maybe their teacher gave them a reading list, but it’s a struggle to comply. Ready to try something new? Reading…

What do readers say?

Originally posted on The Red Cliffs Chronicles:
Photo by Anete Lūsiņa on Unsplash If you wondered if I’d abandoned my website–I haven’t. I have a valid excuse for my absence. I had a complicated eye surgery, couldn’t read or use the computer for several weeks. That sucked, more than my bloodshot eye. In the meantime, Once…

.@Donald_Levin’s New Book Launch is Coming June 21 via @GreyWolfe_Pub #michiganwriters #michlit #mittenlit #indiebooks

.@Donald_Levin’s New Book Launch is Coming June 21 via @GreyWolfe_Pub #michiganwriters #michlit #mittenlit #indiebooks

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
Just a quick reminder . . . the book launch party celebrating the publication of my fifth Martin Preuss mystery, AN UNCERTAIN ACCOMPLICE, is coming up in less than two weeks! It’s at 7 pm on Thursday, June 21st, at the Grey Wolfe Scriptorium Bookstore, 145 E. 14 Mile, in…

Yecheilyah Needs Your Help

Originally posted on The PBS Blog:
Hey guys, Soooo….lol I need a little bit of help and, you know what they say, “closed mouths don’t get fed.” I am looking to increase my reviews. I don’t have to tell you how important book reviews are for Indie Authors, we’ve been over this a million times.…

The Elevator Pitch: Telling People About Your Book in One Sentence

Originally posted on Self-Published Authors Helping Other Authors:
You may be talking to someone at a party, at work, or while waiting to lead an army of werewolves and asuras into battle to stop the demonic entity Delassi from entering our dimension and consuming it entirely (or is that just me?), and the subject you’ve…

Filthy Fingerprints.

Originally posted on IRISH FIREBRANDS: A Novel ~ and Other Works by Christine Plouvier, Indie Author:
Do your books have QR Codes? QR codes are those square-shaped blotches that look like smudged thumbprints. They show up now on thousands of different products, including the bills we receive. I’ve noticed them on the back covers of the…

NIGHT FALLS

Originally posted on SUSANNE LEIST:
relatlonship Deactivated vintage blog ? ? Rising from down under. Below our calm waters. Beneath our heavenly paradise. They come to our shore. Dark shadows on the soft breeze. Leaving dead bodies on the sand. Disappearing with the morning light. Until night falls once more. THE DEAD GAME

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