Thanks to The Red Headed Booklover for the review!
There can indeed be three sides to every story. Spotlight of my new book, The Love Labyrinth on Sally Cronin’s Cafe and Bookstore.
Delighted to welcome Pamela D. Beverly to the bookstore with her latest novel contemporary romance, The Love Labyrinth published on March 17th 2017.
Noelle Harrison is a hard-working wife and loving mother to two young sons. Although supportive of her husband Wayne’s professional pursuits, she rails at his constant out-of-town travel to conferences and seminars. What about her needs and wants? Then one day on her way home from church… There are two sides to every story. Or maybe three.
Also by Pamela D. Beverly
Frank Ellis has it all-good looks, a charismatic personality that draws people to his financial seminars in droves, and a multitude of women for the choosing. Unfortunately, it isn’t enough anymore.
As Frank leads one of his entertaining seminars on financial planning, one audience member captures his attention-the beautiful Delilah Carpenter from Savannah, Georgia. Bewitched…
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Is there an ounce of hatred or irritation that you have for another race? What if I told you that is the country where your ancestors were from. It is so easy to finger-point distinct qualities that are not yours, but when you take a look at yourself in the mirror, you fail to address the fact that someone may feel the same way about you, or you may be just like them. There is no need to generalize an entire race. I am completely different from the Indian next to me, who has nothing in common with the Indian next to them. This video will change your world and the way you judge people based on their ethnicity. Open your heart and love one another.
by Kate M. Colby
Readers do judge books by their covers, and your cover is your #1 marketing tool. For new independent authors, acquiring a book cover is a thrilling, but daunting, task. Once your book has a cover, it looks like a “real” book. The cover is something tangible you can show your friends and family — I know for me, my book cover reveal was the moment when my loved ones realized I had actually written a novel.
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I am so honored that my poem was chosen for this video.
Last Tuesday was my birthday. And although I am happy to have reached another year of life, I am upset about something and have been for almost four months.
The e-book version of my novel. The Kindle version, to be more precise.
When my first novel, Relations, was published, it was available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books-A-Million and Abbott Press among other retailers.
Fast-forward to November 2016 and it’s gone from Amazon.
The paperback and hardcover versions are still available on Amazon but the Kindle version is nowhere to be found.
Like I said, that was in November 2016 when I found out and I still don’t know why.
To say that I’ve been a bit perturbed about it would be an understatement because my publisher has known about this since August 2016. Maybe even longer.
And if I hadn’t stumbled on this issue, I probably wouldn’t even know about it now.
Authors should be able to get information about any issues(?) with their books without a lot of rigmarole.
I would’ve appreciated a letter or an e-mail, even.
It’s still available as an e-book through Barnes and Noble, Abbott Press and other online websites so what could the issue be? More information has been leaked about the White House than about why it’s no longer available on Amazon.
It’s infuriating–they’ve got all the information they need about us–they’ve practically got my blood type and mother’s maiden name but when you make inquiries, all-of-a-sudden, you’re persona non grata or something.
Depending on who I talk to, there doesn’t seem to be any constructive advice given regarding how I (actually they) will be rectifying this conundrum.
If there was, my birthday wish will have been granted.
Very informative post.
by Millie Ho
I’ve always wondered how Breaking Bad managed to get away with so many cliffhanger episode endings AND leave us with a feeling of completeness at the same time.
After re-watching the series for the second time, I think I have the answer: closure.
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by Lauren Sapala
Age can be a touchy topic for artists of all types. There’s a glamorous myth that says all the geniuses come into their talent at a young age, and by the time they’re 30 they have already reached astonishing heights of prowess.
But like so many other sexy tales that figure into writing mythology, this one has little basis in fact.
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