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Seth MacFarlane, the Epitome of Jerk! An Opinion

Seth McFarlane, the Epitome of Jerk! An Opinion Every once-in-awhile, something so irritates me that I just cannot keep my mouth shut, but I have never taken on a Hollywood celebrity. After Oscars-night maybe he won't be such a celebrity. We can hope. I've already heard that he has said he won't host again--Thank God!…

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Twitter: Week 1

Twitter: Week 1 What a week! Now a milestone. Completing my first week on Twitter. To all of you veteran users (forgive me) I mean tweeps, tweeple, twersons, how do you do it? You must never eat, sleep or do any of the things that ordinary people do. I forgot: You are not ordinary people.…

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Free Book: The Angel, a short story about love by Ashley Barron

Do angels exist? Do they come for us at the moment of our death? Or have they been here, with us, all along... Links for a FREE download of The Angel Amazon

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Sacrifice And The Writer

It might be the single hardest communication I’ve ever had to deliver, explaining to well-meaning people in my life that I’m on deadline, that my calendar is full, that my heart pounds a little bit harder in my chest as each new day draws me closer to the December release of my sequel, BONNER. For…

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Blogging Email From Laura Howard

Earlier in the week, I received an email from my friend, Laura Howard, regarding ideas for increasing her blog traffic. The email exchange was interesting, and could be helpful to other new bloggers who are working to increase their social media presence, and to build a readership in advance of the release of a first…

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Realtors And The Self-Published Author

Realtors are some of the best networkers I’ve ever encountered. I’d like to point out that I come from D.C., the land of politicians, where if it isn’t about money, it’s about relationships. Realtors are still tops.Come to think of it, political candidates would do well to have their ground games in the hands of…

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When Priorities Change

My novel, AVA, was already in its fourth draft when I opened my social media accounts one year ago. As a result, I’ve had the luxury of channeling my time into building an online life, one filled with the kind of people who make it easy to forget about the clock. Now, I’m gearing up…

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A Path With A View

It is now five weeks since the ‘birth’ of AVA, and my world is upside down. The actions I’ve taken over the last year, the foundations I’ve patiently, diligently set are but a fraction of what is needed going forward. I had warning; I knew I was publishing AVA, and that doing so would require…

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My ‘50 Shades’ Aren’t Grey…They’re Red

I don’t consider bondage to be romance. Erotic? Of course. Sexy? For some. Appealing? Up to the individual.As I set out to market my first novel, one that contains not a shred of erotica or BDSM in it, I wonder what impact ‘50 Shades of Grey’ is going to have on reader perceptions of what…

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Industry Interview: BookBuzzr and fReado CEO Vikram Narayan

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with Vikram Narayan, the founder and CEO of BookBuzzr and fReado. Enjoy!Vikram Narayan, Founder and CEO of BookBuzzr and fReadoBio: Vikram Narayan is the founder of BookBuzzr Book Marketing Technologies. (Twitter – @bookbuzzrCEO ) Vikram is a graduate from Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to starting…

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Interview With SK7 Book Club

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with Tessa Doughty, the founder of SK7 Book Club. Enjoy!SK7 Book Club Founder Tessa DoughtyHow did your book club come about?I love reading and always thought about the idea of joining a book club but never quite managed it. Eventually I set about looking for…

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The Carl Purdon Interview – 10 Questions

A new interview on Carl Purdon's blog! Carl Purdon: Let's switch gears. In addition to being an author, you are a prolific blogger with a strong Twitter presence. You've achieved success in a very short time. How much was the past year planned and how much of it caught you off guard?Ashley Barron: While I have…

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Cross-Marketing With Musicians

There is more than one type of indie out here (working hard on) living the dream.As creators of novels, and as marketers, managers, and bloggers-in-chief for those novels, we self-published authors understand the steep realities an artist faces when pursuing an audience. We know many doors are open to us, and many more are being…

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The Author As Zombie

The day before 'Ava' was released, I finally left my writing cave (a bright, sunny room, actually) and carefully sneaked back into the world. I needed tea, desperately needed tea, but didn’t want anyone to knock me out of my mental “place.” I gambled on Starbuck’s, hoping the coast would be clear of anyone who…

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A Self-Publisher’s Dilemma

I suppose it is a little unusual to be posting parts of an email I received from Amazon KDP. But I know I’m not alone in the challenges I’m facing with launching a self-publishing career and feel it is important to document all these bumps along the way, as there may be fellow self-published authors…

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A Self-Publisher’s Dilemma

I suppose it is a little unusual to be posting parts of an email I received from Amazon KDP. But I know I’m not alone in the challenges I’m facing with launching a self-publishing career and feel it is important to document all these bumps along the way, as there may be fellow self-published authors…

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To KDP Select Or Not To KDP Select

It’s time to decide.I have paid attention to KDP Select since its launch at the beginning of this year. Over the past six months, I’ve posted my own initial questions about the monetary structure of KDP Select in a blog post, and listened to and shared the experiences of fellow writers I admire and trust,…

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The Waiting Game

Waiting for the first feedback on a debut novel is nothing short of torturous. I'm ten days in, and I have received exactly one comment thus far. I'm flat out thrilled to have that feedback on the story, the plot, and the characters. At some point, the reader will be posting it on Amazon. Until…

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Industry Interview: Entrepreneur Merry Miller

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with musician and entrepreneur Merry Miller. Enjoy!Musician and entrepreneur Merry MillerQ: Welcome, Merry! For those readers who are meeting you today for the first time, would you please take us through your evolution as a businesswoman, musician, and entrepreneur?Merry Miller: Absolutely and thank you for…

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And So It Begins…Typo Edition

The final version of ‘Ava’ came in at 111,414 words. I stared at those pages so many times you would think I could recite the novel by heart. Come to think of it, maybe I can. I certainly can tell you everything about the story, the characters, the setting, the past and the future of…

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Cool Stuff, June 3, 2012

Here are links to some of the articles I tweeted this week. All have some connection to publishing, writing, authors, e-books, etc. Enjoy!"Ridley Scott optioning an indie novel" http://ow.ly/bgdVQ @RidScott @hughhowey #indiepub #books #fiction #movies #film #author #scifi"Twilight's Stephenie Meyer Sounds Off on Fifty Shades and Her Hunger Games Casting Choice!" from @eonline http://ow.ly/bged0 #books…

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And So It Begins

This morning, my new day dawned. Ava arrived on Amazon’s e-shelves sometime around 4:00 AM. In the coming weeks, the novel will find its way to other e-shelves, too.There were untold challenges presented, encountered, and traversed during this long journey to transform a simple idea, just one sentence on a page, into a novel about…

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The Challenge of Reviews

Writing my first novel has changed the way I read books. Now, as I’m reading, I think about you, Author; I’m thinking about you in ways that I never, ever did before while buried in the pages of a story. When I open a novel on my e-reader and it automatically takes me to the…

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The Countdown To ‘Ava’ Begins

Here, in Washington, D.C., some stories are hastily told. Rushed through to fulfill an obligation, then left behind, forgotten, in the ruins of what once was or might have been.  Other stories are savored, brought to a boil time and again to extract the richness of each tasty detail, and shared with anyone who cares…

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The Countdown To ‘Ava’ Begins

Here, in Washington, D.C., some stories are hastily told. Rushed through to fulfill an obligation, then left behind, forgotten, in the ruins of what once was or might have been.  Other stories are savored, brought to a boil time and again to extract the richness of each tasty detail, and shared with anyone who cares…

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Guest Post On Michael Mulligan’s Blog

"I've been blogging now for ten months, and using Twitter for the last nine months. My very first step was to create a marketing plan. I didn't know much about social media back then, but I put what I knew on paper and shaped it into goals. Every week, I pulled out my plan and…

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Klout & The ‘ABC’ Awards

Earlier this week, the wonderful Adrienne Thompson passed the ABC Award on to me. She is an author who writes about three of life’s most beautiful gifts: hope, forgiveness, and faith. I am honored by her recognition, and I appreciate the opportunity, for those of your who haven’t yet met her, to make the introduction.…

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A Mother’s Hope

History has much to say about motherhood. So does fiction.In the stories we read there are uncountable perspectives, ideas, situations, outcomes, failures, and successes influenced, created by, or attributed to mothers. From the literary classics to the latest novels, many plots center on a mother’s critical role in the foundation, development, and future prospects of…

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The Terra Harmony Interview – Seven Questions

Author Interview: Ashley Barronby Terra Harmony on 5/03/12Q: How long did it take you to build your current number of followers?  What techniques have you found to work the best?I’ve been blogging for ten months and tweeting for nine months. I have invested real time in building up my Twitter community. I believe the authors,…

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Reality Bites

…sometimes.I am in a writing frenzy right now. I am literally pulsing with words. My schedule is backwards—well, I’m up even later than usual—and my jumbled thoughts make no sense until I read them on the page. I took a mental break late tonight and used the time to catch up on some of the…

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The Making Of ‘Famous’

Year before last, at Christmas time, I was visiting an old family friend at the specialized care facility where he now makes his home. I was there with his daughter and with two of his grandchildren, both under the age of five. He didn’t know any of us.It was surreal, the experience of listening to…

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#TeaserTrain Sample: Kellianne Sweeney’s ‘The One That Got Away’

Excerpt From 'The One That Got Away'My mind seemed to turn off and my body moved by its’ own accord to open the door and walk inside. I stood in the middle of the foyer and tried to collect my thoughts. I knew I had been instructed on where to meet in the event of…

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New Release: Author Deborah Batterman

Throughout 2012, I will be highlighting the new releases of members of the Facebook group SelfPubEBooks. The group is open to all writers and self-published or indie-published authors.The purpose of SelfPubEbooks is to discuss marketing ideas, innovations, and changes in the industry, and to support one another by sharing information about the new releases and…

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The SocialImprove.com Interview – Seven Questions

Author Interview: Ashley Barronby Bes Zain on 04/18/12SocialImprove: What are you trying to achieve through your blog?Ashley Barron: This is an interesting question. The answer has changed several times since I began my blog nine months ago, and I’m certain it will continue to evolve going forward.In the very beginning, when I realized I needed…

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Television And Self-Publishing

Not too long ago, I received a phone call from a powerful person at a powerful company.  The person was responding to a particular blog post of mine, one in which I had made suggestions for changes in certain areas of the publishing industry. Was I surprised to receive that call? You bet. I was…

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‘Ava’ Outtakes: Kettle & Gracie

My first draft of Ava was 165,000 words. During the tough process of editing down the story to 100,000 words, and shaping up the material for sequels, hundreds of pages were cut from the manuscript. Below, is a chapter that takes place about halfway through the book, and focuses on Ava’s parents, Kettle and Gracie…

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The Lucky 7 Meme

Thanks to Teresa Cypher for tagging me for the Lucky 7 Meme. This is fun! Teresa’s Bio: “One life is just too short... I am married to Dave, have 3 great children and their wonderful spouses, 1 adorable granddaughter, a bunch of wonderful friends...the ground never stops shifting beneath our feet..." (Read More) Twitter: @Teresa_WillowFacebook:…

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The Cassandra Davis Interview – Five Questions

Author Interview: Ashley Barronby Cassandra on 03/14/12Ashley: Thanks for having me here today, Cassandra! I appreciate the opportunity to discuss my experiences within the self-publishing industry, and to get to know your readers and fans.1. You live in Washington D.C. Can you name a few of your favorite bookstores or writing "haunts" in the capital?   …

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#TeaserTrain Sample: Sharon Buchbinder’s ” Desire and Deception”

DESIRE AND DECEPTION is an RT Book Reviews Nominee for Best Erotic Fiction Book of 2011. Available for purchase at Amazon Kindle, Nook, and Red Sage ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Snap, Crackle and Popping Blog Twitter: @sbuchbinderFacebook: www.facebook.com/sharon.buchbinder.romanceauthor~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~DESIRE AND DECEPTION EXCERPT (PG-13) Posted December 8thBy Sharon Buchbinder Dan’s forearm corded as he cast his fishing line. Brow furrowed under his…

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Book Signings At Starbucks

In a recent post, I suggested that Google and Barnes & Noble team up to open NOOK Apps Stores. If ever there was a win-win… Anyway, now it is time to look beyond the obvious. It’s time to look at pairing up Starbucks and the self-published author.  And who will join these two together? Amazon.…

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New York Times Or Bust

For many authors, writing a book that sells enough copies to earn a place on the New York Times Best Sellers List is often considered the highest honor the media can bestow upon a wildly grateful writer.   Count me in.That said, I’ve never actually consulted the New York Times Best Sellers List prior to making…

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La Estrella / The Star

One of the interesting aspects of Twitter is how easy it is to connect with fellow authors around the world. While the act of physically traveling to another country is a luxury not all of our citizens are able to experience, I do feel that, in some small way, Twitter and other social media offers…

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Dear Barnes & Noble (Part Two)

This is the fun part – brainstorming! It is amazing what becomes possible when a person stops thinking about you as merely an ordinary corporate chain of bookstores. In fact, so many ideas came to mind that this just might become a regular feature on my blog. I’ve spent a fair portion of my time…

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Author Interview: Terra Harmony

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with author Terra Harmony. Enjoy!    Author Terra HarmonyBio: Terra Harmony is an author of contemporary eco-fantasy novels.  The first books, ‘Water’ and 'Air', of the Akasha Series are currently available as e-books. Terra also has a vampire short story collection published as part of the…

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Shawndra Russell Reviews This Blog

How is it only thirteen months ago that I began this self-publishing journey? The impact on my life has been intense, positive, and challenging. Moving through each level of learning -- remember, I started at 0.00 -- brings a sense of accomplishment unlike any other I have felt.A reason for starting this blog, back in…

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#TeaserTrain Sample: Carrie Green’s ‘Violets Are Blue’

Violets Are Blue is FREE on Amazon, Wed, Feb 14th - Sun, Feb 19th Only.  Click Here!#TeaserTrain Sample From: Violets Are BlueSarah stood on the dirt road, staring at the six foot high stalks, at the long, rippled leaves that concealed, in seconds, the bold red of Todd’s t-shirt. The corn had swallowed him up.…

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Dear Barnes & Noble (Part One)

I have spent many fine hours in your stores, browsing, buying, and dreaming. I’m not entirely sure what percentage of my lifetime earnings I’ve contributed to your gross earnings, but I wouldn’t be surprised to learn that it’s enough to warrant its own line item.  For over a decade, I’ve walked into your store knowing…

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New Release: Author Carrie James Haynes

Throughout 2012, I will be highlighting the new releases of members of the Facebook group SelfPubEBooks. The group is open to all writers and self-published or indie-published authors.The purpose of SelfPubEbooks is to discuss marketing ideas, innovations, and changes in the industry, and to support one another by sharing information about the new releases and…

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New Release: Author Angel Bearfield

Throughout 2012, I will be highlighting the new releases of members of the Facebook group SelfPubEBooks. The group is open to all writers and self-published or indie-published authors. The purpose of SelfPubEbooks is to discuss marketing ideas, innovations, and changes in the industry, and to support one another by sharing information about the new releases…

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Regarding Loss

It’s a tornado, a hurricane, an earthquake, and a flood happening all at the same time. There is simply no place to run, no place to hide. It’s coming. You’re going to go through it, be hurt by it, experience it in full, no matter how vigorously you beg, pray, or plead. At its worst,…

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KDP Select Redux

There seems to have been a flurry of internet activity during the past week regarding Amazon’s KDP Select program. Several notable events took place, and these may have stimulated the resurgence in debate. One, the December earnings-per-book number was published; and, two, happily, Amazon has increased their monetary contribution to the program.On my blog, I…

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Kreativ Blogger Award

Melissa Foster is a touchstone for the indie publishing community. Her novels top the chartsMegan's Way is currently being adapted into a movieHer Women’s Literary Café (@WomensLitCafe and #WLC) site is a respected and ever-growing launch pad for new writers and recently published authors, and is rapidly growing off-shoots into specialty areas The list of…

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Turning Thirty

I’d really like to turn thirty…again. Only, this time, not in a way celebrated with a cake sitting beneath the blazing halo of far too many candles; or with a surprise party that someone (in my case, the host) accidentally reveals in advance; and certainly not with that depressing (albeit fleeting) realization the morning after…

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JeanElaine Reviews ‘The Birthday’

About This Review:Last night, I jumped up from my desk chair and hopped around the room, my motion fueled by breathless excitement. Why all the outdated dance moves and gasps for air? A reader, JeanElaine (@jean_elaine), had posted the very first review of 'The Birthday' on Amazon! She used words that included "kodak moments" and…

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Ingrid Michaels Reviews ‘The Birthday’

About This Review:The sweetest and most unexpected tweet popped up in my Twitter account yesterday evening. It was from Ingrid Michaels (@ingridmichaels), who was letting her Twitterverse, which includes me, know she had written a brief review of 'The Birthday' and posted it on her blog. First and foremost, thank you, Ingrid, for reading my…

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Who Am I?

It is a question many, if not all, people ask themselves at some point in their lives. I would suspect that a major life event precipitates this journey of self-discovery, one involving a rather substantial level of soul-searching. Religion. Politics. Parenting. Loyalty. The list goes on.My “Who am I?” moment wasn’t related to any of…

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#TeaserTrain: Stacy S. Eaton

Today's #TeaserTrain focuses on author Stacy S. Eaton's novel, My Blood Runs Blue. Enjoy! ABOUT STACY S. EATON My life is a busy one and that is for certain! Currently I work full time as a Police Officer for a small township is Southeastern Pennsylvania. While my current position is that of a patrol officer,…

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‘KDP Select’ Royalties And The Self-Published Author

2011: Here is my major concern with KDP Select: they don't guarantee a minimum royalty per "rental" of an e-book. For 2012, Amazon has set a cap of six million dollars to be divvied up between...how many authors? With six million annually, that averages out to $500,000 per month, to be distributed to authors with…

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Resolutions 2012

This year, I am changing my ways. Instead of focusing on those areas of my mind or body or personality, which, by my own measure, aren’t making the grade, I am instead choosing to focus on relationships.Let me explain.At the beginning of 2011, I made the decision to self-publish my novels and short stories. It…

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TwitterQuest, December 30th

It's that time again... The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the…

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Meet Ava Arden!

Author Stacy Eaton (My Blood Runs Blue, Blueblood For Life) interviewed Ava Arden, the lead character in AVA, the opening book in my Priya series. Here is more information about Stacy.In her first interview, Ava shares clues about the plot of her story and about the story of the Priyas. Ava also introduces several of…

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Industry Interview: Bes Zain

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with blogger Bes Zain. Enjoy!Websites: socialimprove.com, thereasoner.com, eyeography.com About: Bes Zain Twitter: @besz Facebook: Fan PageGoogle+: Bes ZainQ: Please tell us about the Besizm Network. What is it all about?  BZ: Besizm Network is a new upcoming network of sites that aims to give si tes like…

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TwitterQuest, December 9th

The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the Twitterverse.  Enjoy! tinastullracing Tina…

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Author Interview: Stacy Eaton

The interview series with authors in my Twitter community continues with Stacy Eaton. Happy reading! Website: www.stacyseatoncom.fatcow.com Twitter: @StacySEaton Q: Thanks for joining us today, Stacy! SE: Thank you so much for allowing me to visit! Being a twitter freak myself– I am excited to talk to others that follow you and like to see…

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Meet The #TeaserTrain Authors!

Twenty-three authors (myself included) have come together to share excerpts from our books. We hope you'll join us on this exciting #TeaserTrain trip into the pages of romance, YA, horror, fantasy, and science fiction novels.  Keep your eye on the #TeaserTrain hashtag on Twitter for updates and schedules, or simply subscribe to the authors' blogs.…

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TwitterQuest, December 2nd

The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the Twitterverse.  Enjoy! lushstories Nicola,…

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Will This Make Me Money?

I wonder if Erno Rubik asked himself that question before inventing his world-famous cube. Over 350 million sold worldwide. Could Rubik have foreseen the obsession, the angst, and the spin-offs his invention would generate?How about the profits? And what about Stephanie Meyer? She believed in Edward, believed in him from the moment she first awoke…

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Interview: Graphic Designer “GX”

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with GX. Happy reading!Website: graphiczxdesigns.zenfolio.com/Twitter: @graphiczxdesignQ: What is your profession? Any specialty area(s) within that field?GX: Graphic Designer and Photographer, now specialising in ebook and CreateSpace coversQ: What or who motivated you to start down this path?GX:  I've been infatuated with images – still, moving, color,…

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Update: International Mystery

The words “international mystery” do not refer to MHz’s excellent line-up of detective shows featuring Montalbano, Van Veeteren, Wallander and Maigret. Nor do they focus on those case-cracking Inspectors, Morse, Lewis, and Lynley, brought to life on the small screen courtesy of BBC.Instead, I am using the word international to summarize the list of countries…

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Below "is the proclamation which set the precedent for America's national day of Thanksgiving. During his administration, President Lincoln issued many orders similar to this. For example, on November 28, 1861, he ordered government departments closed for a local day of thanksgiving.Sarah Josepha Hale, a 74-year-old magazine editor, wrote a letter to Lincoln on September…

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Lovers And Fighters

For an entire week, I've been trying to settle on which 800-word section of AVA I will choose as my first #TeaserTrain (a modified blog tour) excerpt. It's overdue, and I remain undecided.Choosing 800 words from the opening chapter would seem logical, right? It would, except that I am going to be posting the entire…

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TwitterQuest, November 20th

The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the Twitterverse.  Enjoy! monkeymakeit MonkeyMake.it…

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Author Interview: Melissa Foster

The interview series with writers in my Twitter community continues with author Melissa Foster. Happy reading!Website: www.melissafoster.comTwitter: @Melissa_FosterQ: What is your genre?MF: I'm a genre hopper (and I like it that way); literary and contemporary fiction, and suspense.Q: How many ebooks have you published?MF: I have published three books in both ebook and paperback format;…

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TwitterQuest, November 13th

The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the Twitterverse.  Enjoy! DennyCoates Denny…

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What’s Your Hashtag, Baby?

Prior to my wide-eyed start on Twitter, I couldn’t have explained why, all the sudden, advertisements began listing words with pound signs in front of them.  Those strange looking symbols made no impact on my old school sensibilities. I knew of some vague association between this tweeting thing and teenagers—and possibly some Hollywood-types—but that about…

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Sightseeing On Planet Earth

I love books. But my real passion is reading. Words: print them, electrify them, automate them, write them in the sky. I don’t care. Put them anywhere, so long as it is a place where my eyes can find them; where my mind can absorb them; and where my spirit can bury them deep in…

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TwitterQuest, November 5th

The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the Twitterverse.  Enjoy! Anneliese5474 Anneliese…

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TwitterQuest, October 24th

The only thing more exciting than watching the number of Twitter followers rise is reading what they have to say.Below, I have listed some of my favorite tweets from people I follow.  Each day, I find it fascinating to read the ideas, advice, humor, and the just plain bizarre from the Twitterverse.  Oh, and new…

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The Best Dog: R.I.P., Lizzie (1997 – 2011)

We will miss you for a long, long time.

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