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Tom Reinhart – Das Vampir 2

Das Vampir 2

Das Vampir 2 (Horror/Short Story) A short horror story from the author of Saint Monolith and Judgment, Das Vampir is …

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FREE: Florence Osmund’s Boxed Set: The Coach House and Daughters: August 6th-9th

Coach House Daughters

Boxed Set: The Coach House and Daughters (Literary Fiction/Historical Fiction) In THE COACH HOUSE newlyweds Marie and Richard Marchetti have …

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Interview – Ed Stuteville, author of Chance of a Lifetime

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Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Ed Stuteville, author of Chance of a lifetime. Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, …

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Featured 5 Authors: August 2015

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Our top 5 visited Author pages for July were: TOP PROFILE – Darian Wigfall, author of A Dying Breed: Bright …

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Featured 5 Resources: August 2015

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Our top 5 visited Resources pages for July were: TOP RESOURCE – Pro Writing Aid Improve the readability and clarity …

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Ed Stuteville – Careless Whispers: Muddy Waters Series, Book 1

Careless Whispers

Careless Whispers: Muddy Waters Series, Book 1 (Suspense) Brad Caldwell is a 33-year-old ex-convict who returns home to Etowah when …

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Interview – Howard Smith author of Diary of a Sinner

Howard Smith

Today we are joined by Howard Smith, author of Diary of a Sinner.   Welcome to the Showcase Lounge, Howard.   Howard …

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D.E. Morris – Aliens and the Race to Earth

Aliens And The Race To Earth

Aliens and the Race to Earth (Science-Fiction) Continue the adventure from “Aliens in the Gift Shop” A deep space science …

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Open Blog Weekend: 15 Great and Easy Ways to Promote Your Book Online

Open Blog Weekend

There is one question in the publishing universe that has, and always will linger on author’s minds; how to promote and …

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Open Blog Weekend: Writing a Travel Blog

Open Blog Weekend

Thanks to cheaper airfare and accommodation, more and more people are able to travel these days. This means that many …

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Open Blog Weekend: Book Publishing Process – In The Meantime

Open Blog Weekend

So your manuscript is at the publisher being transformed into your book.  There’s nothing for you to do right? Wrong! …

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Open Blog Weekend: Five Reasons to Not KDP Select

Open Blog Weekend

There is so much controversy over the Kindle Direct Publishing Select program; some authors think that it’s that best thing …

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Open Blog Weekend: Five Top Tips for Highly Creative Covers

Open Blog Weekend

You’ve written your book, edited it to perfection and are now ready to self-publish. YAY! Then the awful truth hits …

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Open Blog Weekend: Thanks for the Memories

Open Blog Weekend

I’m a really lucky guy in a very privileged position. Since 2011 I’ve managed to lie, cheat and steal my …

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Open Blog Weekend: The Power of Story

Open Blog Weekend

As Jim Loehr, the author of The Power of Story: Change Your Story, Change Your Destiny in Work and in …

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Interview – Claire Nana, author of Leverage

Claire Nana

Self-Publisher’s Showcase: Today we are joined by Claire Nana, author of Leverage: The Science of Turning Setbacks into Springboards. Welcome …

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Open Blog Weekend: Is your author website working for you?

Open Blog Weekend

Once you have a website as an author, there is a myth that it will just work and pull in …

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Open Blog Weekend: A Symphony of Adrenaline and Drama: Writing Epic Action

Open Blog Weekend

I’m an action junkie, no two ways about it. Superheroes, sci-fi, fantasy, horror––if it gets my blood pumping, then I’m …

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Open Blog Weekend: Manuscript Appraisals

Open Blog Weekend

Finding the path to writing a ‘publishable’ piece of fiction is a balancing act: it takes good prose, a well-crafted …

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Ann Swinfen – Betrayal

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Betrayal: The Fenland Series 2 (Historical Fiction) In 1648, the coldest year in living memory, Mercy Bennington and her neighbours …

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