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Ebook Authors: The Kids Are Coming

One of the great opportunities ahead for ebook authors is the wave of new readers entering the digital book world. These gadget centric-readers are kids and young adults. You know the ones that don’t shy away from a computer screen or the digital world.…

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E-books vs Print: Is it time to turn the page?

What if my next page-turner doesn’t have any pages?

As I write this post I am up to my elbows in finalizing the formatting and interior lay-out for the print version of my new thriller Grave Undertakings (sequel to the acclaimed Asylum Lake).…

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Write what YOU want to read…or watch.

In my youth, I was surrounded by books and movies (I even worked in a dollar theater for a time that showed second-run movies.), so I guess you could say that “stories” are what helped me grow up.  Even when I was in college at the U.S.…

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eBook Authors: Use The POWER of Links

One of the first things an eBook Author must learn to use is the power of links. Whether you’re creating your ebook, setting up your web site, writing a blog or joining a group on the Internet, hyperlinks are what make things happen.…

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Farr Point by Sam Havens

The smell of oil is in the air, and so is murder, when eighteen-year-old Eddie Tipton arrives in a small Texas town with his widowed mother in 1950.  Eddie and his teacher mother take rooms in the home of Texas oil widow, Faye Ruth Collier.  …

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How to Talk to Famous People


A Randomly Organized Book About Life and Comedy

Through a collection of humorous and random observations, “How to Talk to Famous People” is ready to shatter your comfort zone. Get ready to embark on a journey that finally reorganizes your passions in the right direction.…

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