My Top 10 Nonfiction Books
I love reading books and the ones I’ve chosen as my top ten non-fiction books are no exception. Some of them bring…
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In the event that you are searching to get paid for composing surveys on the web, there are numerous sites that you…
Follow In the Tigerman's Footsteps
Chapter 3 Spoonful of danger in Saudi Arabia “Well Mr. Guest, tell me how you came to be here?” It all started…
Prose, The Meaningful Element Of Communication
No wonder everyone is writing this days. While verbal communication has lost a bit of form with all the technology…
Dark Passage
The reason writing of fantasy stories is because I produce personal satisfaction and I approach the vague, elusive,…
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Prophetic Visions, Dreams, Messages for our time -Daniel Affi For about 15 years since the Lord called me into the…
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Dark Dungeons Novel
When we get down to work to develop a novel, we must keep in mind the space in which it takes place. We can choose a city known, invent a place as we please, choose our own environment because it is the best know. But how do you know if…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 22, 2015  
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What is A Successful Writer?
Writing, like life is a self-determining status. You are successful when you reach your goals. I have known many people in various professions who have dreamed about writing their personal memoirs, professional insights, a self-help book, an adventure novel or a love story. I have not known of any writers…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jul 17, 2012  
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Prophetic Visions, Dreams, Messages for our time -Daniel Affi For about 15 years since the Lord called me into the prophetic ministry, I have received countless visions and revelations consistently from Him. And through me, He gave countless prophesies; a hundreds of which have come to pass. Some happened within…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Sep 18, 2014  
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Bookshops Are Dying
The death of a book store is not just based on the high online market for screen books and or Internet distribution of existent literature, although this has a lot to do with it. High rent fees among other things are difficult to meet for people who live on a…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 16, 2012  
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What is Historical Fiction?
When we think about the past, we say, “The good old days.” Was the past any better than today, or do our perceptions reflect notions of nostalgia that forget the stresses former generations faced? Sure each generation has built on the scientific and technical advances of previous generations, allowing more…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Sep 21, 2012  
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Dark And Stormy Nights
The reason I write fantasy stories is because I produce personal satisfaction and I approach the vague, elusive, fragmentary sense of wonder, of beauty and visions that fill me with certain perspectives (scenes, architecture, landscapes, atmosphere, etc.), ideas, occurrences, and images. My predilection for supernatural stories is because they fit…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 22, 2015  
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The Book Of My Dreams Using An Electronic Medium
Last year electronic books double their popularity among Internet users. A lot more Internet books sold over paper backs. The interest on electronic books comes from those users who are giving it a chance despite their love for printed books. It seems that for writers the chances of selling via…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jul 21, 2012  
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Dark Dungeons
The fantasy is the human faculty that allows you to play, through mental images represent past things or events that fall outside the scope of reality. These events may be possible (e.g. fantasize travel to the beach next summer) or unfeasible (walk among dinosaurs or talk to a dog). Fantasy…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 03, 2015  
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Ten Thousand Words to A New Book!
There is no greater contribution to a person who uses thoughts and transforms them into words, like that given by sources of mystery. It is extraordinary to find out that simple things carry so much enigma within. A cup of tea may transform into memories of a walk through a…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jul 02, 2012  
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My Top 10 Nonfiction Books
I love reading books and the ones I’ve chosen as my top ten non-fiction books are no exception. Some of them bring back fond memories that I will cherish for a lifetime. Others are cautionary tales that have taught me valuable lessons. Overall, these books helped me to grow as…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Oct 28, 2012  
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Guest Blogging
We usually refer to guest blogging as when a writer posts content on a blog that is not their own. It is an important strategy authors employ as part of their book-marketing and brand-building efforts. Not only is it a free way to advertise your book, but it’s also a…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Sep 08, 2015  
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Ten Thousand Words to A New Book Part Two
The emotional concepts you put into a new book is the passion that fills your heart and the need to tell others about it. As I see it the association we make between our lives and the things we do every day is the main ingredient to create the book…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jul 24, 2012  
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Dark Passage
The reason writing of fantasy stories is because I produce personal satisfaction and I approach the vague, elusive, fragmentary sense of wonder, of beauty and visions that fill me with certain perspectives (scenes, architecture, landscapes, atmosphere, etc.), ideas, occurrences, and images. My predilection for supernatural stories is because they fit…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 08, 2015  
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How to Publish Your E - book on Kindle
So, you have finished your book. Congratulations and well done. Now, what do you do with it? If you are a new writer, do not be discouraged if you find that you cannot find a publisher will to consider reading it. To get a book published, you really need a…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 28, 2012  
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Writing for Kindle
There are several challenges which are unique to Amazon Kindle publishing, but one of the biggest and most common issues is that many publishers simply wait too long to get their content on the market. It’s a matter of over thinking things to the point that every little detail seems…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 03, 2013  
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What Every Self Published Author Should Know
Many things today are much easier, simpler, and faster than 25 years ago. Computers are a regular part of life. Just about everyone has a cell phone. And you don’t have to hold a physical book in your hand to read a book. Most people love the new technology. I,…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Oct 14, 2015  
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Sacred Words
Have you all noticed how some words banded from use on some sites, specially publishing sites. M-O-N-E-Y, or B-E-S-T are absolutely not mentioned at all because they are usually used as a call to action in many sites including these publishing sites. I tend to forget about this as to…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jul 27, 2012  
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Epic Battle Fantasy
Every great story to speak more particularly of the tales seems to involve five critical elements: a) the core which serves a horror or abnormality (condition, entity, etc.); b) or typical effects of the horror, c) the mode of manifestation of that horror; d) how to react to the horror;…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 08, 2015  
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Prose, The Meaningful Element Of Communication And A Business
No wonder everyone is writing this days. While verbal communication has lost a bit of form with all the technology and all, humans are conducting their communicative efforts trough other channels like writing. That is good as writing is the form of communication from our hearts and spirits. Technology has…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jul 08, 2012  
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How Social Is Your Book Marketing?
Need To Sell More Books? Be More Social. There is a sad misconception in the publishing industry. Many authors tend to think that just because they wrote a book, success is going to magically find them. They think that they don't have to take out the time to get to…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Sep 25, 2013  
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8 Reasons Why Using the Correct Book Manuscript Is So Important
Do you want to learn the different techniques of a book writing format? If you can master the book writing, it can absolutely affect a person’s ability to finish a manuscript quickly. Besides writing screenplays, a writer does not necessarily need writing software to help create a book manuscript in…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   May 10, 2011  
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Five Reasons Why Today is the Greatest Time to Be An Author
There have been many great books written, especially in the last 100 years. When men first started writing books, they had to use a chisel and a stone. Eventually the typewriter was invented in 1868 by Christopher Latham Sholes, Carlos Glidden and Samuel W. Soule. That ushered in a new…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Oct 20, 2015  
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Marketing Objectives
Have a book to market? Be loud, tell everyone that is available. This is the most important strategy to market a book, go your own way to do most of the word of mouth advertising. Second, find a way to include paper advertising to compliment your spoken advertising, but do…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Aug 01, 2012  
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Fantasy Books
The term fantasy is used as the umbrella term for all genres dealing fantastic themes or is this terrifying future. Sometimes speak of 'Fantasia' is all this talk about fantasy, fables, science fiction, the horror. At other times, fantasy refers to the 'wonderful' literature, full of knights, dragons and monsters,…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 15, 2015  
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The Truth About Internet Books Versus Paper Ones
There is a list of conveniences and inconveniences about both Internet and printed books. For instance these electronic devices used to read Internet books use batteries which life span is short, one can not use them during a plane ride, and not everyone is comfortable using electronics. On the other…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jul 08, 2012  
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What Are Those Reader Audiences
You can work yourself to death promoting and marketing your materials. You need to know who wants to read what you’re writing about! Take books you wrote, and determine what group would like it. Would it be the younger age group? Whoa, that’s a tough group, those young readers! Is…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jan 13, 2014  
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Write A Book!
Writing a book can take up a lot of your time, a short book is about forty thousand words. As with any other writing work one most focus, research and planning. The money is not the most important reason to write a book, the reasons for writing one have to…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 07, 2012  
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Follow In the Tigerman's Footsteps
Chapter 3 Spoonful of danger in Saudi Arabia “Well Mr. Guest, tell me how you came to be here?” It all started with my lying helpless on my back on a mattress in the lounge, when there was a knock on the front door. My wife, who like me had…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jan 02, 2016  
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How to Make A Book Trailer
Learning how to make a book trailer sounds like it would be complicated. While there are several steps in the process, it’s really not all that difficult. If you like, you can save yourself some time and hire someone to produce your book trailer. When I looked into this option,…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Aug 11, 2012  
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Vampire Books
Since the beginning of time, vampire legends were spread across the face of the earth. But its distinctive mark is not comparable to that of other extraordinary monsters. From Ancient Greece to this day the legend born in ancient Persia is known: the oldest record documenting the existence of vampires…
By:  in  Writing and Speaking  >  Book Marketing   Jun 16, 2015  
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