Monthly Archives: November 2016

Skipping Ahead … a Setback?

Skipping Ahead … a Setback? by Joe Torres We are told of the awful reality about shortcuts, that they actually set you back. When it came to my novel, I decided to try and skip ahead. I was stuck – … Continue reading

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Nancy Wake: WWII Woman, Socialite, French Resistance Leader, Spy, British Special Ops Officer

Nancy Wake: WWII Woman, Socialite, French Resistance Leader, Spy, British Special Ops Officer by C.K. Thomas When the Nazis invaded France in WWII, Nancy Wake and her husband, wealthy French Industrialist Henri Fiocca, lived in Marseille. Actor Cate Blanchett played … Continue reading

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An Historic Time for ALL!

An Historic Time for ALL! by Joe Carroccio The Chicago Cubs win the World Series, and it only takes 107 years! Donald Trump will become the 45th President of the United States – an Outsider for “Change!” Even with these … Continue reading

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Are You a Chevrolet or a Ferrari?

Are You a Chevrolet or a Ferrari? by Mary Ellen Stepanich, Ph.D. Thirty-four years ago I was studying for my Ph.D. at Purdue University, learning more than I wanted to know about management, marketing, human behavior, and how to improve … Continue reading

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The Power of the Group: THANKSGIVING Traits to Look for in a Book Marketing Partner

The Power of the Group: THANKSGIVING Traits to Look for in a Book Marketing Partner I recently completed the 2016 NO EXCUSES 3-Week Author Blog Challenge. As its title suggests, it was a 21-day challenge, and I was the host. … Continue reading

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The Bookstore Dream

The Bookstore Dream by Jack Dermody What could be more pleasurable for new writers than to walk around a bookstore and fantasize about their own books one day landing on the prime real estate of the choicest shelves there? On … Continue reading

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Get the Most from Your Proof: Create a Proofing Plan

Get the Most from Your Proof: Create a Proofing Plan by Matthew Howard Experienced authors know the value of ordering and reviewing a proof of their book before making it available for sale. But this is a step that new … Continue reading

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