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Book: Night Writer - Optimize Your Time, Upgrade Your Skills and Write Around Your Day Job by Sandee L. Hemphill
Does Your Day Job Get in the Way of Writing Your Book? It's a Challenge, Isn't It. But Don't Despair... Help Has Arrived! (Non-fiction; Reference/Writing from Sandee Hemphill) You're pressed for time. You're swamped at work and home demands your after-hours attention. Yet you want to write a book. How do you resolve this dilemma? NIGHT WRITER is the answer you've been looking for. NIGHT WRITER [...]
 
Book: How To Write Your Best Story - Advice for Writers on Spinning an Enchanting Tale by Philip Martin
"A good writer is basically a storyteller," said Isaac Bashevis Singer, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature. And, "I find that most people know what a story is until they sit down to write one," according to Flannery O'Connor. Beginning writers often wonder what it takes to get published. This book looks at what really makes fiction work: good storytelling! Unfortunately, storytelling [...]
 
Book: The Mighty Pen (Christian Encouragement from Writers to Writers Book 1)
Dear Fellow Christian Writer, We are pleased to share these devotional thoughts from Christian writers to Christian writers. We pray you might see yourself here and gain encouragement to keep writing for His glory. This devotional book was born out of a two-day class at Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference. During the class we shared the good, the bad, and the ugly of writing for the [...]
 
Book: A Vagabond in Mexico by S. Guzmán-C.
A Vagabond in Mexico, by S. Guzman-C., is an autobiographical novel concerning a man's travels to Mexico in search of a new life. As his search progresses he becomes more a participant than a spectator through his interactions in the Mexican culture. With his finances dwindling, he is drawn deeper into the oppressed world of the underpaid worker finally taking his place. Oppressed by poverty he [...]
 
Book: 10 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Find Working Capital inside Your Business without Going to a Bank by Richard Obire
What You'll Find in This Book - Whether you are an aspiring entrepreneur hoping to tread these pathways in the near future, or someone who has already been there and done that, you'll realize how important working capital is for your business operations. This is what keeps the wheel of your business fortune rolling! Capital resources trickle down across all business operations, adding value to [...]
 
Book: Head In The Clouds - The Location Independent Office - How to take your business or job online and work remotely from wherever you please! by Phil Byrne
Are you intrigued by remote working? Would you like to create more freedom within your business life to work at home? Or perhaps at your favourite coffee shop? Maybe you would like to work from some sunnier shore full time? Or even a different far flung destination each month? If you answered 'yes' to any of these questions, this eBook is for you. Within these pages, this ebook outlines the [...]
 
Book: Partners - Everyday working dogs being heroes every day by Nan Walton
Partners celebrates the diversity of the canine contribution to our species, providing the reader with heart-warming stories of loyalty, perseverance and courage. Written by people that learned to trust their lives to the senses of a dog, and highlighting true examples of working dog behaviour, it enables all dog lovers to understand the inborn senses and instincts of their dog, which man can [...]
 
Book: Chasing Kindle by Mike Spears
If you've ever wondered if all of those so called Kindle gurus are really out to help you sell your book, you may be mistaken. Chasing Kindle dispels the myth of most of the Kindle experts. You'll see why you don't need any of the those "tools". You're going to find out what you really need to write a book. See what the experts don't want you to find out. They're lining their pockets with your [...]
 
Book: 2082 - The Chronicles of Hope by Robert Breeze
Frank Noon divides opinion. Whilst some say he's a philosophical genius, some say he's a fanciful dreamer who deliberately courts controversy with his anti-establishment views about the failings of modern society. Seemingly nearing the end of his life in politics, he reluctantly fronts an experimental inter-galactic government project late in the 21st century aimed at making life on an [...]
 
Book: Forensic Science for Writers by Phill Jones, Ph.D.
2013 Silver Award Winner in the Writing/Publishing division of the Independent Publisher Book Awards contest. Do you want forensics to play a starring role in your fiction, but you find that you're not quite sure what it's all about? Forensic Science for Writers reveals how investigators analyze blood, DNA, fingerprints, hair, documents, ammunition, corpses, and other physical evidence. From the [...]
 
Book: Writing 101 - A Handbook of Tips and Encouragement for Writers by Vickie Phelps
Do you have questions about improving your writing, boosting your creativity, working with editors, and finding helpful resources? This book will give you an overview of these areas, but has enough specificity to be for you a timeless, informative writer's handbook of answers and encouragement. The authors have more than fifty years of combined writing and publishing experience.
 
Book: Dr Rayne's Guide To Writerly Disorders - A Tongue-in-Cheek Diagnosis For What Ails Authors (Writer's Craft Book 26) by Rayne Hall
Do you suffer from Synopsisitis, New Novel Itch, Mad Muse Attack, Reality Blindness or Reichenball Falls Syndrome? If people think your behaviour is weird, this book will convince them that you're perfectly normal for a writer. You are simply afflicted with a Creatively Transmitted Disease. Compare your symptoms, discover the cure (if there is one) and diagnose your writer friends. Compiled by [...]
 
Book: Indies Unlimited 2014 Writing Stimulus Package and Planner (Volume 2) by K. S. Brooks and Stephen Hise
Thirteen months of writing prompts - from the creative minds at Indies Unlimited. This 2014 personal planner is loaded with writing holidays, famous author birthdays, events, and inspirations. Get yours today or you won't know what day it is. Bonus pages in the back help you write your own press release. Don't forget, if you use the writing prompts each month, at the end of the year you'll have [...]
 
Book: Ghost Writers In the Sky (The Camilla Randall Mysteries) by Anne R. Allen
Dorothy Parker meets Agatha Christie. "Chick-lit noir with a side of funny." - Ruth Harris, NYT best-selling author of "Modern Women" and "Husbands and Lovers". "Chick-lit for brunettes." - Saffina Desforges, Kindle UK best-selling author of "Sugar & Spice" and the "Rose Red" crime thriller series. After her celebrity ex-husband's ironic joke about her "kinky sex habits" is misquoted in a [...]
 
Book: Atomic Renaissance - American Women Mystery Writers of the 1940s and 1950s by Jeffrey Marks
America in the 1950s was a place of Eisenhower, the Korean Conflict, McCarthy, and Sputnik. Women found themselves trapped into a mold of Donna Reed and June Cleaver, marginalized by the hyper-masculinity of the age. Mystery fiction had become a male bastion as well, promoting hardboiled private eye novels and spy fiction. It would be another three decades before groups to promote equality [...]
 
Book: Twitter for Writers (Writer's Craft) by Rayne Hall
Use Twitter to improve your writing, network with other authors, meet fans, build a platform, gain exposure, find reviewers and sell books. Rayne Hall has one of the best platforms any writer has on Twitter - with over 50,000 genuine, engaged followers who enjoy her tweets and buy her books. Here she shares practical advice, fun ideas, step-by-step strategies for success - and even the [...]
 
Book: Murder of a Manuscript - Writing and Editing Tips to Keep Your Book Out of the Editorial Graveyard by Andrea Merrell
Few things are more heartbreaking for a writer than giving birth to a manuscript and handing it over to an agent, editor, or publisher only to see it killed in its infancy. How do you prevent your prodigy from taking a bullet to the heart? By learning the basics and making sure your manuscripts are as clean and professional as possible. Whether you're a new writer or a seasoned author, the [...]
 
Book: What's Wrong with your Novel? And How to Fix it by Elizabeth Bailey
Got a Nanowrimo draft ready to edit? Sitting on a first draft because you're not sure it's good enough? Worry not! Help is at hand. Get the skinny on giving your novel PTQ (page turning quality) This guide gets straight down to the nitty-gritty, with minimal preliminaries. What are the most common problems? How do you fix them? It's as simple as don't do that, do this. Straight from the shoulder [...]
 
Book: Horror Writing Prompts - 77 Powerful Ideas To Inspire Your Fiction (Writer's Craft Book 25) by Rayne Hall
This book is crammed with fertile seeds for fiction that will thrill, disturb or scare your readers. Each prompt comes with a wealth of suggestions for how you can develop it to suit the kind of story you want to write. Plant those seeds into the rich ground of your own imagination, and watch them grow.
 
Book: The Boy With The Thorn In His Side (Part 2) by Chantelle Atkins
Danny's story continues...His mother has married Lee Howard, psychotic nightclub owner and violent control freak, while Danny has been befriended by his creepy sidekick ex-copper Jack Freeman. Keeping his friends at bay for their own safety, Danny spends his days in a drug induced haze, relying only on music and his job in The Record Shop to keep him going. When Anthony is released from prison, [...]
 
Book: The Inconvenience Store by Robert Cubitt
This is another of my books which started out as just a title. After visiting a local convenience store to buy milk I wondered what an "inconvenience store" might be like. I am an ardent Terry Pratchett fan and wondered what he might do with that concept. Cheekily I e-mail TP's agent, offering him use of the expression (for free). I got a very nice reply in return, but declining the offer because [...]
 
Book: Burning Barriers by Karen Moulder
Burning Barriers was written as a fiction based on my life as a single mother who became the first female firefighter in Brownsville, TX. It shows what led me to make that career decision. It brings the reader into my world of a mother working three jobs, fighting life threatening fires, and gender discrimination from entering a "man's" job, as well as being part of history making. It not only [...]
 
Book: Holloway 8632 by Steph A. Amey
In 1905 life in the the East end of London is hard; poor living conditions, low wages, smog. Sally relies on neighbours and family to look after her child so that she can work long hours in the candle factory. When Connie enters her life, she at first appears to need Sally's protection. Connie leads Sally into the suffragette movement, led by the Pankhursts. Increasingly drawn in, the two women [...]
 
Book: Unintended Consequences by Marti Green
"Unintended Consequences is an engrossing, well conceived legal thriller. Most enjoyable." - Scott Turow, NY Times bestselling author of Presumed Innocent & Innocent - "This one will grab you by the neck from the very first page!" - Steve Hamilton, Edgar Award-winning author of Die A Sranger - * * How much would a father sacrifice for his child? Nineteen years ago, Indiana police found the body [...]
 
Book: His Unquenchable Desire by Joy Tremay
No woman has ever denied him...until now. In the urban jungle of Los Angeles, hard-working city girl Cathlene Patterson has her hands full juggling two jobs. She meets wealthy and cynical businessman Nick Maxwell who immediately falls hard for her independent spirit. He offers to rescue her from the daily grind but she's no damsel in distress. Although she craves Nick with a burning lust, she [...]
 
Book: The Boy With The Thorn In His Side (Part 1) by Chantelle Atkins
Having moved towns in order to escape his mothers ex-boyfriend/stalker, Danny is consumed with anger, and he just wants to fight. It's what he does best. He soon makes friends with the local misfits and troublemakers and finds himself standing on the edge of a great swelling discovery- music! We follow his exploits with school bullies, the girl from the nice end of town, and his attempts to scare [...]
 
Book: Reflections From The Creek by the Prairie Quills Writers Group
Swift Current City owes its existence to the little creek that meanders through the grasslands of southwestern Saskatchewan. Its shimmering surface has mirrored the progress of the last hundred years, flowing through periods of immigration, settlement, prosperity, depression, and war. The creek reflected thirsty antelope, guzzling steam locomotives, drifting mallards and measured the lengthening [...]
 
Book: Through the Blinds by Amanda Clark
Through the Blinds is a poetic diary detailing the author's journey after graduating college in Dallas, TX then moving back East, to Burlington, VT. The author describes her stress from demanding entry-level jobs as well as her search towards a more permanent occupation. She also expresses her frustrations with difficult economic times. Additionally, Clark provides the reader glimpses into the [...]
 
Book: Under The Hazel Trees - Collected Works by Tim Mansfield
A collection of selected short stories and poetry written over a period of thirty years. Described as literary gems, they will make you laugh at times; and then cry tears that turn to liquid pearls - . This newly published book includes a series of seven stories entitled 'The Girl From' as well as previously unpublished poems. About the author: Poet, soldier, sailor is the best way to describe [...]
 
Book: Becoming the Performer Disney is Looking For by Jordan Fraser
Thinking about auditioning for the biggest entertainment company on the planet.. The Walt Disney Company? The first of its kind, my book takes you through the life of one gone before you (me) and gives you insight into the day to day life performing at the Walt Disney World resort including the audition process and plenty of stories along the way. The life of the performer is a hard one filled [...]
 
Book: Half-truths & White Lies by Jane Davis
When Tom Fellows proclaims that a Venn diagram is a far better way of illustrating modern family ties than a traditional tree, his young daughter Andrea has no idea that he is referring to their own situation.It is only when she loses both parents in a shocking car accident that she takes an interest in her own genealogy and begins to realize that her perfect upbringing was not all that it [...]
 
Book: Lethal Inheritance (The Diamond Peak Series) by Tahlia Newland
"Fresh and engaging rich with symbolism and great imagery!" Little Hyat's Book Reviews. Recipient of the Awesome Indies Seal of Excellence & the BRAG Medallion for Outstanding Fiction. When demons kidnap Ariel's mother, she discovers a hidden realm populated by demons who feed on fear. Now, with the demons trying to kill her in fear that she's the one prophesied to thwart their plans for [...]
 
Book: Everyday Prepping for Beginners by Barbara Henderson
This book is written from a CHRISTIAN WORLD VIEW. If you are not a Christian, or if you are hostile to Christianity, then you will not enjoy this book so please don't buy it! Preparedness for 'The End of the World as We Know it' The Harbinger of doom has emerged with evil predictions regarding the future and left you thinking about developing the habit of preparedness. You are at a cross roads [...]
 
Book: Maryland Street by Pat Jourdan
In the middle of Liverpool, this one street is rich with friends and family, a small village oblivious to the world outside. They are linked spiritually as Roman Catholics. But as Mary begins to question her faith, and the 1960s arrive, Maryland Street is demolished by Liverpool Corporation and there is no trace these people ever existed.
 
Book: Mental Munching by Prairie Quills Writers Group
Food is the romance of life. Hey, who doesn't love food? Cook up your favorite dish and garnish it with original short stories and poetry. Mental Munching is the Prairie Quills Writers' Group's 4th Anthology. Within the pages of this book you are sure to find something yummy. The PQs are a group of serious writers who started about 11 years ago. We meet every third Tuesday to encourage, inspire [...]
 
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