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Do You Buy A Book From The Cover?

Perhaps you buy a book based on the cover–I bought this one because I loved the cover. It is compelling, isn’t it? You HAVE to look at it. 564 more words

Publishers Comments

Building Credibility as an Author

Have you heard stories about plagiarism, authors behaving badly, review abuse, major formatting problems, or books with spurious typos?

If such stories are circulating, readers may be aware of them, too. 1,167 more words

Self Publishing

Ponder Mission Alpha by Eugenia Oganova

Ponder Mission Alpha by Eugenia Oganova. Jeff from Ponder Central read Awakening the Harmony Within and was so enthusiastic about the book and the information Eugenia shared, that I asked if he would like to read Mission Alpha too. 133 more words

Women's Interest

Should You Write a Non Fiction Book

Another good article from the Bookbaby.com newsletter –

7 Questions to Ask Before You Write a Nonfiction Book

[This article was written by guest contributor Bobbi Linkemer. 924 more words


Short Story Writing Tips from Kurt Vonnegut

This article was shared in the BookBaby.com newsletter I got today — anyone interested in writing short stories should take a look at Kurt Vonnegut… 274 more words

Author Credibility

Interview with Eugenia Oganova on Coffee Thoughts Blog

Share excerpts from two interviews with Eugenia Oganova – http://coffeetimeromance.com/CoffeeThoughts/interview-eugenia-oganova/

Awakening the Harmony Within: How to Create With Spirit by Eugenia Oganova delves much deeper and eliminates the fluff you find… 63 more words

Virtual Blog Tour

The Publicity Paradox

Do you remember the days when you first applied for a job? Scouring the want ads, preparing resumes and cover letters, going to job interviews. 1,050 more words

Self Publishing