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The long road from street gangs to success…
Wilton Latso is seventy two years old and a grandfather. In the middle of a heated argument with his adult daughter Abbie, Wilton realizes that she has no idea of who he is, where he came from, and why he did the things he did when he was bringing her up. Spontaneously Wilton starts remembering and soon he decides to write down the story of his life. Wilton came from a poor family living in a poor suburb of St. Louis, Missouri in the…
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Added by Judd Miller on November 20, 2013 at 11:00pm — No Comments
The following is an excerpt from my soon-to-be released novelette entitled “Finding Anna”. A daughter finds herself abandoned by her own mother and courses through life under the shadows of self-doubt, abuse and rebellion.
"Finding Anna" will be released on December 24th. If you wish to contact the Author, please feel free to leave a note in the comments section or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more of her short stories, musings and thought-provoking articles, you can visit…Continue
Added by Trish Kaye Lleone on November 17, 2013 at 7:58pm — No Comments
I am the author of Juan Ponce de Leon His New And Revised Genealogy. It took me 15 years of research within the Ministry of Culture, Spain to gather up new data on Juan Ponce de Leon, the first governor of Florida.
My book has digital copies of original documents that serve to support Juan Ponce's genealogy and descendants.
If you are a genealogist, historian then my book will serve you well.
It is available in traditional book form as well as pdf that is downloadable…Continue
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I know it's human nature to sometimes feel like you are living in a rut, so whenever that does happen to you - and I sincerely hope it is infrequent - I want to offer several things you can try in order to "escape!"
First of all, take a good, hard look at yourself in the mirror, and realize that, to get to this current point in your life, you are already amazing, and full of unlimited possibilities.
Then, go for a walk, and just take notice of all of the beautiful things…
Added by Gary Goldstein on November 17, 2013 at 6:06am — No Comments
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I'm looking for someone who will leave a review on Amazon. I can send you a Word or PDF version of the book.
Thanks for considering!
Added by Dorothy Palmer on November 16, 2013 at 10:03am — No Comments
As an editor I, unsurprisingly, receive submissions that have been deemed, by agents or friends, much too long. While an acclaimed book like Donna Tartt’s Goldfinch can run 784 pages, I would advise most writers not to scale such heights. The desired maximum length agents frequently cite these days is 100,000 words, or 400 double-spaced manuscript pages. If you have written 160,000 words, though, you have roughly 630 manuscript pages. You have to ask yourself: are my characters and…Continue
The relationship between an author and a literary agent is multi-layered and rich. Part muse, part accountant, the agent guides the author through the unknown waters of a writing career, from the sublime to the mundane.
The cornerstone of the relationship is strength in negotiation. Basically, the agent’s commission is 15% and that is 15% of…Continue
Added by Judd Miller on November 14, 2013 at 5:36pm — No Comments
After losing her job at the local newspaper, Rayanne Bradley finally had the time to reach for one of her dreams—writing a book. What should have been an easy task end’s up getting off to a slow start, until the day her muse shows up. Now, whenever the masculine scent of musk…Continue
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Merle Temple's novel, A Ghostly Shade of Pale, Stirs Interest in Hollywood
Tupelo, Mississippi, native Merle Temple has written his first novel, A Ghostly Shade of Pale. It has garnered warm reviews from readers and Southern Writer's Magazine calls it "suspense-driven and you will not want to put it down..., his personal experiences make it a…Continue
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Sharon’s life was at its fullest or so it seemed. She had one of the best paying jobs, a high flyer; climbing the career ladder at a pace most people could only imagine. Blessed with toys typical of the fast-paced life, state of the art automobiles, jetting from one city to…Continue
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“Murder Most Foul,” available now at:
Here is the link to buy it directly from LULU:…Continue
Added by JoAnne Myers on November 11, 2013 at 5:03pm — No Comments
if we work hard and pray,
perhaps one day all wars
will go away
for my father on veteran's day
they stormed the beaches
on that cold gray day.
they did not know what to do
nor what to say....
they ran straight ahead into enemy fire
friends around them shot dead
such scenario dire.
yet fought they did
for the freedoms they…
Added by karen lyons kalmenson on November 11, 2013 at 6:22am — No Comments
I am Terry S Bradley. The Creator and Founder of Nubbiebee's. A 2012 Award Winning Poet, Children's Book Author, Inventor, Entrepreneur, Activists and Idealist. It is with "Hope and Belief" that all things are possible. Though I am not charismatic I am indeed (cazsmatic) in my ability to overcome by the grace of God. With just a simple motto of 'Dream Big, Hope and Belief Equals The Power to Overcome!' I am neither special or deserving of the many blessings that I have received. But I can…Continue
Added by Terry S. Bradley on November 10, 2013 at 5:58pm — No Comments
It's time to listen to our children. They come here attached to their intuition until parents, society, environment, religion (and the list goes on) invades their ability to hear their intuitive (God) voice. They are fresh young spirits here to tell us something and if we stop and listen, we will learn new things.
In my novel, "Through Eyes That See," Darcy Preyer clearly sees the truth about the adults around her but since she is a young adult no one listens to her. After all, what…Continue
His movements are swift and elegant. The aesthetics of Tai Chi are all important to him, especially stances. One recalls animals and at times a butterfly, being here and there, resting for a few seconds with sudden bursts of movement that are of dire consequence to his opponent, and certainly deadly to his enemies in battle. Yet he always seems a dancer, fleet-footed with bursts of speed and in repose as if frozen for a moment, to gain the concentration resorting back to his inner and outer…Continue
Added by ZJ Galos on November 8, 2013 at 1:03pm — No Comments
EVIDENCE OF INSANITY has an untamable spirit. It's the memoir of the highlights (and lowlights) of a spitfire of a woman raised in small town North Carolina circa 1960. It's told first-person in her voice with…Continue
Added by Carol Piner on November 8, 2013 at 12:35pm — No Comments
This is something you might want to ask Nike, eBay, Starbucks, FedEx, Apple, and Microsoft. Trust me, these guys *get* how much it matters. Worldwide, these are images that are recognized and trusted. These companies almost don't need to do any advertising other than flash their logo at you and you've instantly got them on your mind. Have you ever heard of that "Don't think about a zebra" trick? Try mentioning any one of…
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