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Writer Beware and Pred-ed.com

I originally wrote this blog for www.latelastnightbooks.com, but it’s important enough to post again on my site.

Naiveté, desperation, eagerness. What does that spell to you? 643 more words

On Writing

Quentin's Problem in Midwest Book Review!

I am very pleased to announce that Quentin’s Problem has been reviewed by Midwest Book Review and will appear in their August magazine!!!

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TPP Authors in Midwest Book Review

Congratulations to Ed Protzel (The Lies That Bind) and S.L. Mauldin (Life Sliding)!

The Lies That Bind
Ed Protzel
TouchPoint Press
9780692591888, $16.98, PB, 270pp, … 525 more words


Saturday Book Review: "Checkmate Run"

Book reviews are a great way for self-publishing authors to gain exposure. After all, how can someone buy your book if he or she doesn’t know it exists? 1,757 more words

Midwest Book Review: "The Keeper of the Crows" by Kyle Alexander Romines

Small Press Bookwatch: March 2016
James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
Midwest Book Review
278 Orchard Drive, Oregon, WI 53575

The Mystery/Suspense Shelf

The Keeper of the Crows… 308 more words

Book Reviews

Review of Torah Mysteries Illuminated

Reviewed by Michael Dunford, The Midwest Book Review

Critique: As informed and informative as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking, “Torah Mysteries Illuminated: Intriguing Insights into the Essence of Major Torah Topics of Contemporary Relevance” is impressively well written, exceptionally well organized, and deftly presented. 66 more words

Urim Publications

Self-Published Book Awards via Writer's Digest

Self-published writers are often left out in the cold, struggling to market and promote there books. But every so often, there is an event to help them get noticed. 256 more words