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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Guest Post: Debbie Browne and her book Amethyst Eyes

Marketing and Your Author Platform

As a recently published author, I ran head on into the reality known as marketing. The more authors I meet, the more I realize that on some level we’re all in the same boat. It really doesn’t matter how your book was published, the reality is the same. YOU have to promote your book.
I had gone over some marketing points in earlier blogs, but this one sums it all up.

Marketing your book should start as soon as possible, even before the book has been published. Talk about it. Let your friends and family know. Ask them to spread the word as well, word of mouth is valuable. You should lay the groundwork in advance so people will be looking forward to its release.

Let’s break this down into simple steps:

- Define your target audience. This will allow you to prepare your marketing strategy. If you have written a YA novel, you might save yourself a lot of wasted energy promoting it in all the wrong places.

-Create an email for your author/book related business. You will appreciate this later on.

-Create a Goodreads account and include an author page. Take time to explore all offered groups and pages. I honestly think Goodreads is endless…I’m still discovering stuff.

-Use social media like facebook, twitter, LinkedIn, etc. Separate your book page from your personal page on facebook, keep it professional. You can also create a separate author page.

-Ask your friends on facebook to share the link to your book page at least once (no one likes to be harassed).

-Search for pages that would be helpful, such as publishers, fellow authors, book clubs etc. Join these book pages.

-Create an author and/or book website.

-List a book giveaway through Goodreads and on blogs or facebook, but not all at the same time.

-Let your local newspaper know they have a new author living in the area, or that their local author has yet another book on the market.

-Ask those who have read it to post a review...not as easy as it sounds ;o)

-Give (yes, give) your book to friends, to blogs or other websites that offer to post reviews (such as Great Minds Think Aloud). Yes I know authors have to pay for the books given, but in the end it will be worth it.

-Make a book trailer (video). Your computer probably has a program such as Windows Media Maker that you can use. You can go on book publishing sites or on YouTube and check them out to get some ideas. There are quite a few posted on the net. Pictures and music can be found on public domain sites if you don’t want to get out there and take pictures.

-Create a blog. Visit other blogs, share comments, information and good news. Post their (other authors) book link in exchange for them posting yours. Participate in a blog tour.

-Link everything together, so your trailer, website and facebook page can be found on Goodreads and the other way around. Write “Click Here to see…” next to your buttons, remember –not everyone is computer literate, so keep it simple for everyone.

-Join local author groups, review groups and literary groups. If you wrote a sci-fi novel, join a sci-fi group as well. These often have fees, but in exchange they organize author signings, presentations and such.

-Go to your local library. If a citizen requests a book they will get it. Donate a book to a school library. Ask about doing an author presentation with the students; make up a quick giveaway…the best 500 word story gets a book. If the book is not school material, look into book clubs or reading clubs as well as community centers.

-Offer your book to local bookstores on consignment. Most of the bigger chains will have to go through the head office before being able to accept it.

-See if your local or community TV/radio station won’t give you a brief interview or at least share your good news. Offer to give a book away here too.

Time for a breath of air…

I suggest you do these one after another so that you can pace yourself. Once you create these pages or sites, it is your responsibility to maintain them. Watch your page stats and keep traffic flowing. After you have one working, add a second one, then a third and so on. Keep a pace that works for you; better to have one great page than half a dozen bad ones. As for content, do you really want to just "copy-paste" the same stuff everywhere? If not, then you need to work at a pace that allows you to create material for each page.

-Most of all, enjoy the process, and don't forget to breathe. Go at your own rate because it can quickly become overwhelming...and remember -you are NOT alone!

Amethyst Eyes by Debbie Browne

    Over the years I have worked as a nurse, a school teacher, a martial arts instructor, baseball, figure-skating and gymnastics coach as well as an artist, selling my paintings in an art gallery. I have been part of an orchestra, flown planes and gone on wilderness hikes. I am an officer in the Canadian Forces, and though I have taught on different military bases, for now I work primarily with cadets. Writing full time is my next goal.
Here is where you can connect with Debbie

The biggest thing on 15-year-old Tommy's mind is convincing Mom to let him go to the drive-in, but when an accident claims his mother's life and puts him in the hospital, the arrival of his estranged, alien father brings more changes than he had bargained for. It doesn't take his father long to figure out that Tommy knows nothing about who or what he is. Without any explanation, Tommy finds himself onboard his father's spaceship where he is forced to trust a man he does not know in a world he knows even less about.
Adapting to his new life seems overwhelming, and his father's solution may prove to be Tommy's finest challenge yet...Jayden. A few months younger than Tommy, high strung and always in a mood, the doctor's daughter definitely didn't like being 'told' to help Tommy fit in. Jayden is not the most welcoming or patient of tutors, let alone a friend. As fate would have it, Tommy quickly learns that none of these things compare to the peril that comes from being born with amethyst eyes.

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Thursday, December 19, 2013

Guest Post: Joe Schwartz and his book A Season Without Rain

“Are You A Writer?”

There are probably a million good reasons to write. Could be the next Gone with the Wind is burning inside you or simply a story that you want to preserve for your children i.e., The Shack. To write a novel, something so good that it lives on to become something of a symbol, is a long and winding road. Only time will tell if you did it. In the meantime you should do your best and let it rest. Not everybody will write something great, but rest assured that there is no deeper satisfaction than having written a novel, to have put your hand to the plow and done something equal in accomplishment to single handedly building a home or assembling a race car. This is a task for those with both talent and skill. A book, start to finish, could take years to write up to a lifetime. This is not a something you do casually on weekends in between going to the beach and watching TV sports. It is something that robs you of your sleep without mercy or remorse. But what is the acid test? How can you unequivocally know if you got ‘it’ whatever it is? I offer you the following three points to ponder.

1.      There is only one you.
This is self-evident yet it is the most under rated quality that popular writers fully understand. The trick is to find your niche, that quality of writing that first entertains you as creator and then organically finds an audience. Mark Twain and Stephen King couldn’t be two more different writers. While Twain is a snake charmer with words and Uncle Stevie is doing his damndest to scare the bejesus out you the thing they have in common is that they both have their own, unique writing voice. There are many imitators but there is only one original.
2.      You can speak English.
I didn’t know I was writer until someone finally told me, explained it to me. My theory was anybody could write. You can speak English, so why can’t you write it? The thing is writing is like dancing, or acting, or singing – everybody thinks they can do it.  That is why I subscribe to the theory that a writer without readers is worthless. You must open yourself up to the world that is criticism by the most important, valuable critics a writer can ever have, readers. The greatest novel ever written will perish with its author if he fails to publish it. With a few clicks of a mouse anyone’s work can be in print today. The question is, do you have the guts to do it?
3.      A story can change the world.
Sounds so simple, that it is almost cliché, but it is the truth. Revolutions have begun and wars have ended because writers have dared to put down their thoughts, an explanation of the world as they see it without trying to condone or excuse the conditions. I think immediately of George Orwell, a writer with unmatched vision penning manifestos like Animal Farm and 1984, that still reach into our social consciousness as a guide post warning of what is all too possible when, as Edmund Burke said, “Evil flourishes when good men do nothing.”
            When I was a boy my mother used to tell me the bedtime story of Georgie the Monkey, in hindsight a blatant rip-off of Margret and H.A. Rey’s beloved Curious George. Still, it was the best thing my five-year-old mind had ever heard. To this day she laughs that I remember it, but despite its obvious foolishness, she can recall it word for word. The thing is her story lit the fire in me that burns today, to tell a story that will never be forgotten. And isn’t that what every writer wants, not to be a celebrity, but to be remembered always for writing one hell of a story?

A Season Without Rain by Joe Swartz

        A Season Without Rain is Joe Schwartz’s first novel. His previous short story collections Joe’s Black T-Shirt, The Games Men Play, and The Veiled Prophet of St. Louis have been acclaimed vulgar as Bukowski and visceral as Carver. Joe lives and works in St. Louis happily writing stories exclusively about the Gateway City.  
A St. Louis native, I write exclusively about the Gateway City. I prefer the style of fiction deemed transgressive fiction. That is my stories protagonists generally find a solution to their problems through either illicit or illegal means. I personally prefer stories told through a criminal's point-of-view. It is never the crime that fascinates me so much as the motivation to do it and the terrible, almost predictable outcomes to such actions. Just as I have an expectation of writing to be read I believe that it is as important, if not more so, that you as a reader should have the expectation of being entertained as you read. Anything less is such a disappointment.
Life is short. Stories are forever. –Joe

Jacob Miller is angry with himself, the world, and God. Life seems so unfair, so cruel, that he can’t imagine why anyone even tries. After having a nervous breakdown, selling his business, filing for bankruptcy, having a baby, and finding out he owes over twenty grand in taxes, he is hardly happy to be alive.
In the span of a year, Jacob will discover three very important things about life. Things can always be worse. There really is a God. And if you wait long enough anything can change.  A Season Without Rain explores that gray area between poverty and middle class life, the struggling underclass for whom there are no advocates. A powerful story told in a modern, everyday voice that will entrench readers in Jacob Miller’s black world of anger, hate, resentment, lies, and violence.

A Season without Rain's Tour Dates
Wednesday the 4th of December Crossroad Reviews http://www.crossroadreviews.com  A spotlight with Jessica
Friday the 6th December:  Paperback Hero Aaronhttp://paperbackheroaaron.blogspot.com/  Spotlight and Guest post with Aaron
Tuesday the 10th December: The One Sagawww.theonesaga.com  Spotlight and Interview with Matthew
Wednesday 11th December Donnahttp://bookloversparadise.blogspot.com Spotlight with Donna
Thursday the 12th December: Adrienne Woodshttp://woodsadrienne.wordpress.com Review and spotlight with Adrienne
Tuesday the 17th December:  Indie Author: How Tohttp://indieauthor-howto.blogspot.com Spotlight and Excerpt with Kisha
Thursday 19th December: Have You Heard Book Reviewhttp://haveyouheardbookreview.blogspot.com/ Spotlight and Guest post with Melanie
Tuesday the 24th December: From the Land of Empyrean http://empyricaltales.blogspot.com Spotlight and Guest Post with Mark
Thursday the 26st December: The Dragonian Serieshttp://thedragonianseries.blogspot.com Spotlight with Adrienne
Tuesday the 31st December: Fantasy Ultimatehttp://www.fantasy-ultimate.blogspot.com/  Spotlight and Guest post with Grace

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Monday, December 16, 2013

Guest Post: Adrienne Woods and her book Firebolt

What does 2014 hold for You as an Author?

I have a couple of challenges as an author in 2014.
I really want to publish the second, Thunderstruck, and third, Frost Bite, of the Dragonian series. I’m really looking forward to what people are going to think about this series. Those very close to me that know how it ends can’t wait. They absolutely love this series and I do hope that the readers out there are going to like it as well.
I also would like to publish my first book of the Zodiac Series, called Blaze. It’s a paranormal New Adult fiction about Aswang’s (half vampire – half werewolf.) The first book is about a monster of a vampire, called Blaze. How she became a vampire and her struggles to how her entire demeanor changed after she became one. Her reason behind it does remain a mystery but other books will have more of her in it, that will explain these mysteries. It also ends with a war between vampires and werewolves and half breeds are caught in between.
I also would like to publish my first Woman’s fiction called The Ebb Tide. It’s part of the Pregnancy Diaries. They are love stories that have a pregnancy twist in all of them. The first part of this novel is a two part series. Starting with Holly and how she met the man of her dreams, Jake. She becomes pregnant while Jake is still studying to become a doctor, and he ends up leaving her while she deals with a very difficult pregnancy that almost costs her life and the lives of her babies. The second part carries on four years later.
Then I have a Mythology Series called The Watercress which I’m planning to release 2015. It’s about Triton, the sea god’s son and king of the mer – people. The first one takes place on board a cruise line, where Morgan finds herself falling for the mysterious Jason.
So with four books coming out in 2014 and more books in 2015, I do wonder where I’m going to find time to breathe. Hehe.
However I do have to say, everything works out the way that it should and if I’m not going to reach this goal, I will just move on and publish them as I can.
I just want to thank all the readers that are hopefully going to become fans, and thanks for joining me on this journey, who knows where it’s going to end.

Kind wishes,
Adrienne Woods.

FIREBOLT by Adrienne Woods

I was born and raised in South Africa, where I still live with my husband, and two beautiful little girls. I always knew that I was going to be a writer but it only started to happen about four years ago, now I can’t stop writing.

In my free time, If I get any because Moms don’t really have free time, I love to spend time with friends, if it’s a girls night out, or just a movie, I’m a very chilled person.

My writing career is starting with Firebolt, book one with the Dragonian Series, there will be four books in total and two to three books that is about the stories taking place inside The Dragonian Series.

I do write in different Genres, I have a woman’s fiction called the Pregnancy Diaries, but it would be published under another name. And then I have a paranormal series, called the Watercress series. There are about ten novels in that one.

I was born and raised in South Africa, where I still live with my husband, and two beautiful little girls. I always knew that I was going to be a writer but it only started to happen about four years ago, now I can’t stop writing.

In my free time, If I get any because Moms don’t really have free time, I love to spend time with friends, if it’s a girls night out, or just a movie, I’m a very chilled person.

My writing career is starting with Firebolt, book one with the Dragonian Series, there will be four books in total and two to three books that is about the stories taking place inside The Dragonian Series.

I do write in different Genres, I have a woman’s fiction called the Pregnancy Diaries, but it would be published under another name. And then I have a paranormal series, called the Watercress series. There are about ten novels in that one. So, plenty of novels to come out, so little time.

I hope you are going to embrace the Dragonian Series as much as I loved writing them.

Kind Wishes,

Adrienne Woods

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Dragons. Right. Teenage girls don't believe in fairy tales, and sixteen-year-old Elena Watkins was no different.
Until the night a fairy tale killed her father.
Now Elena is in a new world, and a new school. The cutest guy around may be an evil dragon, a prince wants Elena's heart, and a long dead sorcerer may be waking up to kill her. Oh and the only way Elena's going to graduate is on the back of a dragon of her own.
Teenage girls don't believe in fairy tales. Now it's time for Elena to believe in...herself.

For the love of blueberries, Elena Watkins was destined for greatness, even though she didn’t know it. Forced to travel from home to home every three months Elena’s life was a never ending blur of new towns and new faces, that is, until the night her father was killed by a creature she thought only existed in fairy tales – a dragon. With her father’s death leaving her orphaned, Elena is whisked away to her true birthplace, Paegeia.
Arriving at Dragonia Academy, the premier school for young Dragonians, she begins to feel a sense of belonging in this strange world; a school she was never meant to attend because her father was a dragon. Elena is soon swept up in the rigor of her new life and the new set of skills she now needs to survive: Latin, Art of War, and Enchantments.
Entranced by her new reality Elena learns about the dragons and humans who inhabit her new home. There are two classes of dragons that soar through Paegeia distinguished by their instinctual pretense for either good or darkness. The distinction between these two very different species is vital to Elena’s success in her new world because she has been marked as a Dragonian, a human preordained to ride and tame a dragon of her very own.
With the help of her new friends, Elena is able to navigate the complexities of her new home. Her new roommates Becky and Sammy are even more amazing then she could have ever imaged and to top it all off, Sammy was a dragon. Sammy’s is also the devoted sister of Blake, the most attractive boy at school and the Rubicon; the only dragon of his kind with the abilities of all the dragon species with a pretense for evil. Elena soon finds the love she always wanted with Lucian, the Prince of Tith, who actively pursues Elena throughout her time at Dragonia Academy, winning her heart with his absolute adoration and unshaken dedication.
 Unbeknownst to Elena danger is lurking behind the enchanted vines concealing the once thriving capital of Paegeia – Etan. Goran, the darkest sorcerer to ever practice his evil arts in the realm, has lain dormant for over a century behind the crumbling city. The first step in his menacing plan is to destroy the only weapon that can kill him – the King of Lion Sword.
When the sword is stolen Elena doesn’t think twice about seeking it; knowing deep down that it is her destiny to save her new home. She travels to the Sacred Cavern, and discovers the nefarious actions of an unknown man lead to the swords destruction as she follows the trail revealed in the prophetic waters of the cavern.
Elena and her friends engage the mysterious man revealing their existence to Goran and fighting for their very lives.

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Friday, December 13, 2013

*** ATTENTION*** Introducing Author ~ NONNIE JULES' highly anticipated debut novel


New Release now on AmazonCreatespace & B&N.com.  

To check out an excerpt of this riveting, spell-binding story which is set out of the beautiful city of Houston, Texas, click here.

To read more about Author ~ Nonnie Jules, visit her author page.

This novel is currently being looked at as a screen-play possibility but you all can help turn that into a reality by simply spreading the word and getting your very own copy! Ms. Jules is hoping for a phone call from the execs of Lifetime Movie Network any day and she truly believes it will happen.  The story-line is too great for it not to.

Let's put this story on the map by forwarding and sharing this email with EVERYONE on your email list, with text messages to friends and family from your cell, with post and shares on your Facebookand Twitter as well as simple, yet very effective word-of-mouth.  

You may take a glimpse inside the covers by clicking the Amazon links for the title anywhere on this page, but I must tell you, the really good stuff  lies well past the preview Amazon offers.

This book would make an awesome Christmas Gift.  How about an autographed copy for that avid reader in your life?  Just go toNonnie's Book Store. 

Thank you so much for your support and once again, let's spread the word!!!

Nonnie Jules, Author
"...and her words breathe life onto paper"

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Monday, December 9, 2013

The Hanging Tree by Michael Phillip Cash

     In Oyster Bay there is a huge old tree known as the hanging tree.  Many haunted this old tree and welcomed new people when they came to the other side.  From 1649 to 2013 strange occurrences happened near this tree.  Some say it's bewitched. Some say it's just a legend. You decide.

     Eerie, mind blowing and terrific, this book is one to read! It's written in such a style you'll learn all about the tree and it's "family".  I found each story to be sad and tragic, but couldn't understand why these people were treated as badly as they were.  Mr. Cash pulls you in and keeps you right in your seat until you are finished.

     I found no issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's a perfect spooky read. 

How I Taught My Kids To Improve Their Memory & Remember Everything In Less Than One Hour! By Justin Kregger

     When was the last time you forgot some important information? Using a simple, single technique, Mr. Kregger has helped his children to remember everything. It's an easy to use technique and you'll wonder why you didn't think of it. Terrific guide to helping improve your memory.

    Mr. Kregger makes this so simple anyone can do it. Using a GPS like technique you can begin to remember everything.  Mr. Kregger writes in a simple, easy to uynderstand style and you can begin the minute you open this book. I found it wonderful help for my failing memory. I know you readers will know someone who could benefit from this book.

    I found no issues.

    I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it works!! 

A Witch's Aura by Devon Volkel

     Shayde was celebrating her sixteenth birthday.  It was to be a day of surprises and celebration! Shayde had no idea though, how turning sixteen would change her life forever.  While having lunch with her best friend, she meets Kruise Wright. He's the hottest guy in school and he's just invited them for a weekend away.  Kruise is over the moon when he finds out Shayde has a crush on him. He's wanted to go out with her for a long time. Now was his chance.  Will the two of them be ready for the life changing events that follow?

     Terrific! This book is extremely well written and the characters seem like old friends.  I enjoyed the first love, first kiss and friends aspects but I enjoyed the family secret even more.  You'll zip through this book because it's such an easy read.  It will take you back to your first love and first kiss. Well done Devon Volkel! 

     I found no issues.

     I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it really captures your attention from page one.

If I Told You So by Timothy Woodward

   Sean is a sixteen year old boy who seems to have it all.  A loving, if overprotective Mother, a popular girlfriend and a job. What more could a teen want? While working at the local ice cream shop, Sean discovers he doesn't quite have life figured out yet. His feelings are growing stronger for someone new and he isn't sure how to navigate this new world.  He's not sure who to trust and how much of himself to share.  In time though, his decisions lead him to the happiest place he's been in awhile.

     Fantastic! Smashing! A wonderfully, well written book with characters who leap off the pages.  I applaud this author for his excellent work in showing how one teen deals with the uncertainties of the teen years.  Being a teen is hard enough without having no one to share your dreams, decisions and most of all your love with.  I love that this book shows it's tough at times but you have to be tougher. You have to be a fighter. Bravo Mr. Woodward!

      I found no issues with this one.

      I gave this one 5 cheers out of 5 because it's about time we address and learn about the trials and tribulations of being looked at as an outsider!

Saturday, December 7, 2013


My name is NONNIE JULES, mom, wife, author, blogger and friend.  I became a published author in May of this year (2013) with the release of "THE GOOD MOMMIES' GUIDE TO RAISING (ALMOST) PERFECT DAUGHTERS", 100 Tips On Raising Daughters Everyone Can't Help But Love!  My second release was my debut novel entitled "Daydream's Daughter, Nightmare's Friend", which was recently published at the end of November.  I hope you all will check out both of my books at the links posted below.  I personally feel they are both great reads!

I would like to talk with you today about HOW TO HANDLE BAD BOOK REVIEWS.  I remember when my parenting guide was first published, I was contacted via Twitter by another author friend who wanted to bring to my attention the fact that my guide was being trashed on a certain website.  I won't list the site (I'm sure you all have some idea of what it is, if you're an author) as I don't care to give any attention at all to it, since it's filled with so much  negativity and children who obviously haven't been parented properly.  I say this, because if they had been, there is no way they would behave the way the do in such ridiculously disrespectful manners.  

Well, on this site there were these "children" (I use this term for anyone, no matter their age who behaves in childish ways) who were very upset that I shared in my book that my 20 plus year old daughter is still a virgin (Yes, I think that's awesome, too!!!!).  They said they had never read my book, would never read my book, etc yet they were posting these reviews.  Now, on Amazon, all the reviews that I've seen from actual readers of the guide, have all given it 5 stars.  (Thank you all!).  Luckily, I can't say that I've received a negative review there 'yet'.  But, I know they are out there.  How do I know this?  Because you cannot please everyone.  Eventually, someone will not like one of my books (I mean, an actual reader, not those children I referred to earlier), and when that time comes, here are 7 ways I will handle my bad book reviews:

1)  If the reviewer/reader is respectful, I will take the time to thank them for even reading my book.
2)  I will remember that each review is just one person's opinion, and everyone's entitled even if it's not in line with mine.
3)  I will smile and not take it personally.  I will keep in mind that the review is on my book and not me personally. (At least, hopefully)
4)  If the reviewer/reader has taken the time to point out some things he/she didn't like about the book, I will take the time to review those items to ensure that they were written to the best of my ability.
5)  I will use the bad review as motivation to create better and better work.
6)  I will not allow the review to get me down or depressed.  I will use it as a propellant to excel higher.
7)  I will smile and remember that no one can please everybody.

So there!  I laid it all out for you...the ways I will handle bad book reviews and I hope that you also use the tips when you encounter your first, your second, your third and beyond in the bad book review department.  It will happen.  It's the nature of the business we're in, we just have to roll with the punches, always with a bright attitude and a smile on our face.

I hope these tidbits were of some help to you because I have committed to embracing each and every one of  them when I get my first REAL one.  

Before I leave, I'd like to invite you to check out my blogs WATCH NONNIE WRITE! and ASK THE GOOD MOMMY.  There is never a dull moment at either.  If you enjoy what you read there, please feel free to FOLLOW my blog for updated blog posts.  I promise, your mailbox will never be over-run with posts from me, and I can guarantee that each post will enlighten, entertain as well as inform you.  

If you're interested in connecting with me via social media, I'm on Twitter daily @nonniejules and my Facebook handle is Nonnie Jules.  Please feel free to #Follow and Friend me.

I ask once again that you check out both my books at the links below as well as their trailers.  I also ask that you spread the word to your family and friends about each book.  And one more request, before you leave, please post a comment below as we authors love those.  For every comment posted on each stop on my tour, you will get one entry per day and at the conclusion of the tour, I will award 3 lucky winners.  For more info on the prizes, please click here.

Thanks again for having me and I hope it was enjoyable and informative to you all.  Until next time, I wish you much peace, love and great reads.

Nonnie Jules, Author
"...and her words breathe life onto paper"

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