Tuesday, 20 September 2016

The Secret Meadow by Judith Wells

C.L. Wells
C.L. Wells says “.99 Children's story. Ages 8+ The Secret Meadow by Judith Wells via @clwellsauthor
theclwells.com — Hey, everyone. I have an extra special announcement for you! My mom published her first book! The Secret Meadow is a short story and great for kids of all ages, including the ones with wrinkles! Av…

Do you enjoy YA fiction? Don’t miss this opportunity.

Tanya Jones
Tanya Jones says “Do you enjoy YA fiction? Don’t miss this opportunity.”
tanyajones.ca — This is your chance to play an integral role in the publishing process. The contest that many of you have been supporting Dreams of Beautiful Whisper in has been extended into a second round. What …

21 Fall Film Adaptations

J.A. Bennett
J.A. Bennett says “21 Fall Film Adaptations ”
www.goodreads.com — Hollywood has long looked to literature for inspiration. Indeed, some of the most famous movies ever made have been based on books—think The Godfather,...

Email Marketing: 5 Things Authors Should NEVER Do - Anne R. Allen's Blog... with Ruth Harris

Garry Rodgers
Garry Rodgers says “Email Marketing: 5 Things Authors Should NEVER Do via @annerallen
annerallen.com — Email marketing: the Holy Grail of book sales or Spamalot? by Anne R. Allen Email marketing is the only way to sell stuff online these days, we’re told. Get yourself an email address list and customers will beat a path to your buy page door, desperate to buy your deathless prose. Authors are abandoning blogging …

A Writer’s Life

Aral Bereux
Aral Bereux says “A Writer's Life ”
dystopiannews.com — Diary of a Dystopian Writer Dear Diary, Writer’s, I think, are inherently hyperactive. Hyperactive with a splash of the neurotics. Those who aren’t writers, will disagree. For their par…

Looking at Employee Engagement Like the Chicken & Egg - Manta

David Long
David Long says “Looking at Employee Engagement Like the Chicken and the Egg via @manta
www.manta.com — Wise men have debated the topic for millennia. Which came first: the chicken or the egg? You know how it goes. There can’t be a chicken without the egg. There can’t be an egg without the chicken. In modern management, the same type of debate is emerging over leadership styles and employee relations. Whose responsibility …

Out today – Dangerous by Ian Probert

Ian Probert
Ian Probert says “New post on my blog: Out today – Dangerous by Ian Probert”
Finally out today. The sequel to my 1998 book ‘Rope Burns’. Available initially in paperback. Here’s the first review:  And a link to purchase: 


Lyn Horner
Lyn Horner says “Winner! via @LynHornerAuthor
I’m delighted to tell y’all the cover of Rescuing Lara won the romantic suspense category in the Cover The Words Contest. This is the second win for this little book th…

Ahoy! It’s Talk Like a Pirate Day!

Linda McLaughlin
Linda McLaughlin says “Ahoy! It’s Talk Like a Pirate Day!”
Sept. 19 is the annual Talk Like a Pirate Day, so prepare to be boarded, or at least to hear Arrr! and Avast Me Hearties! and other pirate sayings. Eighteenth century pirates now s…

Wait I can use Kiwi for a sauce?

lisa williamson
lisa williamson says “Wait I can use Kiwi for a sauce?”
Yup it seems I could. Recently I had two kiwi given to me and since my daughter was no longer interested in eating them fresh I wanted to try something different. So after a bit of…


Mitzi Flyte
IN DEPTH: WITH BEE HALTON 🐝 WRITER & BLOGGER EXTRAORDINAIRE! Hello, Tamara and hello Tamara’s readers. I feel very honoured to be a guest on “Tales of the Dragonfly”! As you c…

Garlic Chicken Recipe from Norma Huss

Stacy Juba
Stacy Juba says “Garlic Chicken Recipe from Norma Huss - 25 years ago today, I had no idea how much...”
25 years ago today, I had no idea how much I'd wish for a personal chef to do all my cooking. As a child, I took my mother's cooking for granted. On her shopping list,

In Men, Depression is Different

GregPField says “In Men, Depression is Different - The Wall Street Journal”
The symptoms—and how they respond to help—are unlike what women experience. Men often withdraw and get angry.