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Science Fiction Future

By |September 25th, 2013|

Science Fiction Future

I’m happy to have science fiction thriller writer Michelle Muckley guest post today. Her new book is Identity X.

It was over twenty years ago that I sat down to watch The Terminator.  Besides the obvious lapse in parental responsibility (I was ten at the time) I was amazed at the concept of a […]

Are eBooks the Wave of the Future?

By |September 19th, 2013|

 

Are eBooks the Wave of the Future?

This article comes from  Cina Coren

When I was younger, there was nothing I enjoyed more than spending time over at the local library. The quiet was serene, almost eerie. Everyone spoke in whispers and readers of all ages sat almost motionless, sharing space at long wooden tables set […]

Using Research To Write A Historical Mystery Book

By |August 8th, 2013|

Using Research To Write A Book.  

This article comes from historical mystery author Connie Knight. She wrote Cemetery Whites.

I’ve been writing since junior high, but Cemetery Whites is the first novel I tackled and brought into being. It’s a cozy mystery, fun to read and fun to write. I chose the genre I love to […]

Using Research To Write A Historical Mystery Book

By |August 8th, 2013|

Using Research To Write A Book.  

This article comes from historical mystery author Connie Knight. She wrote Cemetery Whites.

I’ve been writing since junior high, but Cemetery Whites is the first novel I tackled and brought into being. It’s a cozy mystery, fun to read and fun to write. I chose the genre I love to […]

Market Your Book Without Spending a Cent

By |June 25th, 2013|

Market Your Book Without Spending a Cent. This article comes from Kathryn Elizabeth Jones. She’s  the owner and editor-in-chief at Idea Creations Press, a publishing services company offering writing, publishing and marketing services to writers and non-writers alike. She is also the author of five books, including Marketing Your Book on a Budget, a short, […]

Great Business Books For Setting Up A Law Practice

By |June 22nd, 2013|

   Great Business Books For Setting Up A Law Practice. This guest post is from Maya Johnson

Starting any business is bound to be hard and stressful, especially today, when nobody can tell what kind of global financial woe may be lurking around the next bend, ready to claim the title of the next big economic […]

Death, Love and Life

By |June 17th, 2013|

Death, Love and Life
 

Death, Love and Life. This article is by contemporary romance author Rakesh Ranjan. His book, Requiem deals with the topics of death, love and life.

The concepts of Death, Love and Life are fundamental to understand the existence of everyone, to fathom what drives people and to comprehend the way one should choose […]

The Artistic Lyrical Link

By |June 11th, 2013|

THE  ARTISTIC  LYRICAL  LINK

The Artistic Lyrical Link. This guest article comes from blogger, Lucy Carswell.

Fine art and music are both widely acknowledged as forms of art. The perception of said art forms tend to vary according to social and cultural settings. Each art form however is generally signified separately from the last and it is […]

Why You Should Not Pay to Promote on Facebook

By |June 5th, 2013|

Why you should not pay to promote on Facebook. This guest post comes from bestselling historical romance author, Samantha Holt.

If you run a Facebook page – particularly a busy one – you will have noticed the changes put in place by Facebook recently. Most of these changes are geared toward getting you to pay to […]

Top 5 Books for Small Business

By |June 1st, 2013|

Top 5 Books for Small Business

This post comes from Kori Miller.

Her bio: First, a bit about me. My husband and I own four businesses. Our first business launched in 2003, our second in 2009, our third in 2011, and our fourth this year. Our businesses are debt-free and the two newest are breaking even.

How did […]