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Marketing for Your Self Published Book

Marketing for Your Self Published Book

Marketing for traditional publishing is important, but it is so much more important for the indie author.  How do you get your name out there?  How do you let readers know you have a new book out? There are some relatively easy ways to do this.  A website is a must.  A good website.  Attractive […]

It’s Inspirational Quote Monday! #14 of 2013

It’s Inspirational Quote Monday! #14 of 2013

It’s Inspirational Quote Monday! Here’s the quote for the week – “Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.” – Albert Einstein

First Kiss Friday – Vain by Jill Hughey

Today’s First Kiss guest is Jill Hughey, author of historical romance Vain.  Welcome back Jill!  Here’s the first kiss between Lily and Theophilus. This excerpt is from Jill Hughey’s brand new historical romance, Vain, which is book three in the Evolution Series. Lily, abandoned by her tailor father, has been forced to move out of […]

First Kiss Friday – My Daring Highlander by Vonda Sinclair

Today’s First Kiss Friday guest is Vonda Sinclair, author of historical romance My Daring Highlander.  Welcome back Vonda!  Vonda will be giving away an ebook copy of My Daring Highlander to one lucky commenter, so be sure to leave a comment!  Here’s the first kiss between Keegan and Seona. In the near darkness, the rattle […]

Inspirational Quote Monday! #13 of 2013

Inspirational Quote Monday! #13 of 2013

It’s Inspirational Quote Monday! Here’s the quote for the week – “Enjoy your own life without comparing it with that of another.” – Marquis De Condorcet

First Kiss Friday – Apollo’s Gift by Sandy L. Rowland

Today’s First Kiss Friday featured guest is Sandy L. Rowland, author of romantic fantasy Apollo’s Gift.  Welcome Sandy!  Here’s the first kiss between Cassie Priam and Apollo. Cassie opened her eyes to slits. She hadn’t been annihilated. No thunderbolts streaked across the sky, and no fissure gaped to swallow her whole. Tremors had put her off […]