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Meet Guest Author Helen Sims...


I have always loved words! As a child, I would flick through the dictionary, and try to learn the meanings of whichever word my little fingers found first. 942 more words

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I'm On Radio!

Today I had the honor of being interviewed by Annette Rochelle Aben on her blog talk radio program Tell Me A Story. 62 more words

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CONGRATULATIONS NOELLE GRANGER 👍😃

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Author Kevin Cady Introduces the Warren Files Trilogy

Everyone please welcome KEVIN CADY

Kevin is the author of the Warren Files Trilogy, a high school teacher from Colorado Springs who loves climbing in the mountains. 1,522 more words

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Why Are There Still So Many People Who Don't Have Books to Read?

Many organizations and individuals work very hard to get books to those who have none… 

One individual is linked-to in the left side-bar—his organization is called… 304 more words

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I had the pleasure of participating in a WorldReader promotion in July 2013 You can find details of the books by African Authors, plus interviews of three of the authors:

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YouTube and Amazon: Gain Exposure by Using Both

“It’s becoming evident that newsletters are a valuable tool for authors to have. Shawn Inmon recently discussed the importance of newsletters, and one of the things he said was, ‘The reason why is simple: You control how and when you access a mailing list, as opposed to investing everything into working the Amazon or social media algorithms.’ That really resonated with me, so I decided it was time for me to take his advice seriously.” 76 more words

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Thoughts on A Hobbit, a Wardrobe, and a Great War

Studying World War One has been on my mind for the past while.  The Great War set the course for all the events which came after it and deeply altered Western culture.   590 more words

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