The Santa Baby 2008 Virtual Book Tour is coming to a computer screen near YOU!
All The Buzz Reviews (www.allthebuzzreviews.com) and The GRITS COM Literary Service (www.thegrits.com) have teamed up to host the Santa Baby 2008 Virtual Book Tour headlining some of today’s exciting African American romance writers, December 1-12, 2008! This… Continue
Australian publisher, author and reviewer Lutz Barz has kindly sent me an advance review of 'Pestilence' which he has recently undertaken and which will soon be published by Literature-Review.com and in other journals he writes for. 'Pestilence' will be published in the near future by 4RV Publishing and this review is, to say the least, absolutely awesome and gives me great optimism for the book's future success. For more… Continue
This film is an excerpt and recreation from the wildly popularly book Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher.
The story is a mystery about a young girl who chooses to leave cassette tapes to the people who had a hand in her fateful decision, her decision to take her own life. It's a story of choices and the everyday dramas… Continue
Added by Marlive on November 29, 2008 at 5:51pm —
Our Extended Publicity Package continues to be one of our most in-demand services! Combining a detailed book review completed in less than two weeks, a comprehensive interview, and a dynamic book video trailer, the Extended Package is one of the best marketing options around for serious authors & publishers.
See for yourself all the great benefits that dozens of authors are rushing to take full advantage of:
Come out and meet me and get your copy of "A Man In Transition". You can also meet many other authors who are hustling to make a name for themselves.. All of the small presses who deal with particular works will be there so there will chances to learn from others getting done.. Its a can't miss event here in NYC,, Hell you can go Christmas shopping while your here.. LOL LOL
The 21st Annual Independent and Small Press Book… Continue
Added by K. L. Belvin on November 29, 2008 at 5:06am —
Jacob Rosenberg, a hard-working business owner in Israel, suddenly finds his world turned upside down when nuclear war erupts in the Middle East between his homeland and their enemies. As the nations of the world rush to stabilize the region, Israel finds itself completely alone and surrounded by a massive Coalition promising peace in exchange for her national sovereignty. Follow the story of an Israeli family and their struggle to survive in a world quickly being altered by war,… Continue
As the Holiday Season begins, add our latest titles to your shopping list! Included among our latest offerings: the latest (mis)adventures of a crime-solving heroine, an eye-opening treatise on the true history of humanity, and an insightful collection of poetry delving deeply into the nether regions of the human psyche...
Visit us today and enjoy:
Children Of The Anunnaki (Mark Barnette) – 5 Stars!!!
Spa Deadly (Louise Gaylord) – 5…Continue
Added by Apex Reviews on November 27, 2008 at 7:09am —
Five years after the Challenger disaster, NASA launches its newest space shuttle, Endeavor, in a dramatic return to space - but several moments after lift-off Endeavor explodes over the ocean, taking the lives of all its crew members and killing the United States' space program. In 2009, seventeen years after the Endeavor tragedy, NASA has been made part of the Department of Defense, and Daniel Marks, Chief Programmer at a research facility in New Mexico, is working on a… Continue
Boy, did my agent work fast? After the shattering disappointment of the recent problems and eventual contract release from Steel Waves Publishing, I'm delighted to announce that my literary agent has, within two days, negotiated a brilliant contract offer from 4RV Publishing who have offered to publish all five of the novels currently in need of a good home. Consequently, 'Glastonbury', 'Pestilence', 'The Nemesis Cell', 'Purple Death' and… Continue
I'm sad to announce that the five books which were due to be published this year by Steel Waves Publishing will not be appearing as planned. Due to unforeseen circumstances, Steel Waves have been unable to produce the books as per their schedule and have agreed to release me from my contract with them. This of course is an honorable thing to do but of course I must now begin the task of attempting to find other ways of getting the books before the public.
Everybody loves a good mystery, and Sunny, our intrepid heroine, is no different. Sunny's Adventures takes readers through the case of the lost puppy, the disappearance of a diamond ring, a missing pie, and much more! All the while, children will get to follow the spunky, upbeat Sunny as she solves each problem that arises.
Charmingly illustrated, reading Sunny's Adventures is a great way to engage your child's critical thinking as he or she figures out the mystery… Continue
Take the Time to be Kind
By: Pam Perry, firstname.lastname@example.org
Recently a friend said, “Thanks for remembering me.” Her business had just recently celebrated its one-year anniversary. I didn’t make the celebration but I did call to say, “Congratulations.” Taking the leap of faith to go into business is worth celebrating and to be around after a year calls for an ovation.
My name is Debra Owsley and I am the owner and creator of Simply Said Reading Accessories www.simply-said.net. I create by hand a full line of bookmarks, and book thongs, for book lovers. As an avid reader myself, I have designed this line with us in mind. They come in many categories, such as motivational, provocative, wit and wisdom, I love my pet, and a children’s line and more.
During this holiday season what would more perfect and fitting to give your fellow book lovers? They also are… Continue
Added by Debra on November 24, 2008 at 6:26am —
It's a miracles vs. magick brawl as the Holy Spirit-led God Squad members of Lincoln Middle School try to follow the promptings of the Spirit to deal with the occult, including Harry Potter, and more ordinary problems as well.
Click the following link to visit our YouTube Channel (www.YouTube.com/GWExtra) and view the video in its entirety:
I'd like to invite everyone along to You tube to view the latest short video trailer introducing the 'stars' of my forthcoming children's book series 'Harry Porter's Dog Tales' , coming in 2009 from 4RV Publishing. Written under the guise of my alter ego Harry Porter, the series tells the individual stories of the beautiful rescued dogs who live with and share my home, and will hopefully help to raise awareness of the plight of abused and abandoned… Continue
I'm delighted and amazed to have discovered that today, 'A Study in Red - The Secret Journal of Jack the Ripper' achieved its highest ever sales ranking at Amazon.ca. It was listed at number 1,475 in their rankings. It's never even been that high in the UK or USA where it has done very well indeed and I'm so pleased that it has recorded such a great ranking in the country… Continue
Coming off the assignment of a lifetime, Derek, a top secret agent, faces his most challenging mission yet: having his face reconstructed and his mind wired directly into a government prisoner - who just happens to be an alien from the Roswell crash. With his mind instantly filled with everything the alien knows, Derek decides to run and publish his secrets - just how far he'll get, though, is anybody's guess…
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'A Study in Red - The Secret Journal of Jack the Ripper' continues to amaze me. As well as continuing to sit at Number one in the Amazon UK chart of Jack the Ripper books, 'Sorted by Average Customer Review' and also in the Ripper 'Crime and Mystery Thriller' chart, it has today recorded it's highest ever position in the overall Jack the Ripper Books (All categories) Best Seller chart on Amazon UK, currently standing at Number 8 out of a total… Continue
In the past decade, Mexico's tech industry has flourished, growing three times faster than the global average. Most of that growth has been fueled by demand from the United States. But as Mexico's startups strive to make it in foreign markets, they say they need more engineers and ways to finance their growth.
After months of speculation, West's latest album reveals itself as a trim, 10-song, 40-minute effort that's heavy on electronic and industrial influences. It's also another piece of the puzzle to one of pop music's most compelling — and frustrating — figures.
A civil lawsuit that shifted into U.S. district court in Idaho last week alleges that the United Potato Growers of America has become a veritable OPEC of spuds. The group is accused of using high-tech, strong-arm tactics to inflate potato prices.
Scientists and parents have long been baffled by the fact that children with autism often don't pay attention to human voices. Researchers say that may be because speech doesn't activate a reward system in the brain for those children the way it does for typical children.
As part of NPR's series marking 50 years since the summer of 1963 — a formative time in American politics and culture — we turn to Jackson, Miss. There the story of a summer youth workshop meant to bring the Civil Rights Movement out of the past and into the 21st Century unfolds.
There was a time — a time long, long ago — when MySpace dominated the teen social-media world. Not anymore. NPR's Sami Yenigun looks at how teenagers use various social platforms in today's increasingly segmented online universe.
Every time you think you got a handle on this year's NBA Finals, you realize, you have no idea what's going to happen next. Case in point: Before last night's game five against the Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili was slumping and supposedly washed up. Instead he put on a vintage performance and led the Spurs to a ten-point victory over the defending champs.
Summer is almost here — and in California that means it's the season to worry about rolling blackouts. There's even more cause for concern this year. The San Onofre nuclear power plant is shutting down for good. It's been off-line for more than a year after a pipe was found leaking radioactive steam. When fully operational, San Onofre produced power for more than a million homes.
Millions of taxpayers, thousands of businesses and groups as diverse as solar power developers and natural disaster victims will see tax relief with the House vote Friday to approve and send to the…Continue
I'll personally never forget that fateful day... working from home, I watched it all unfold right before my eyes, on the television... it was horrifying. My favorite American city... my favorite…Continue
ANN COULTERJonathan Livingston ObamaI’ve caught Obama fever! Obamamania, Obamarama,Obama, Obama, Obama. (I just pray to God this isclean, renewable electricity I’m feeling.)Only white guilt could…Continue
LET THEM KILL ONE ANOTHERby: David W. Johnson, Jr.Why should our enemies care if we rob and kill one anotherIf we destroy one another, it saves them from having to do itAfrican Americans, wakeup…Continue
Hi Everyone! Finally, what we promised is ready!!!Self-publishing Your Way to Wealth. It is in your future because it is a positive impact in the lives of those you touch. It overpowers inflation. It…Continue
Join Author Ivan Wright on his virtual book tour!Ivan will be available on The People's Lounge ( Urban Book Lounge) for questions June 9th - 15thThose of you who have enjoyed his first novel, BLACK…Continue
Live fast die young - Bad girls do it well. by Alexander Alvina Chamberland from the album The revolutionary audacious fruition of the strength, knowledge and broader empathy gained from swimming through quicksand not sinking or taking the straight road to status quo. Do not fear the abyss. Do not fear bliss.