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Book: Marketing Your Book On A Budget by Kathryn Elizabeth Jones
How does an author best get book reviews? What of interviews, blogs, and social media? How can a new author expect to be seen while crowding the lane with other authors of his/her genre? Marketing Your Book on a Budget is tiny for a reason; any author can afford it. But be prepared for the endless information enclosed. You'll never wonder again about the best ways to speak up about your book, get [...]
 
Book: CB Slanguage Language Dictionary - The Official by Lanie Dills
The "Official" CB Slanguage Language Dictionary is now available for Kindle readers. This New York Times Best Seller about CB radio lingo has sold over a million copies since its release and continues to be the standard reference for CB radio jargon. C.W. McCall of "Convoy" called The 'Official' CB Slanguage Language Dictionary the CBers "Bible". And Lanie Dills, the author was called the [...]
 
Book: Riding the Shortwaves - Exploring the Magic of Amateur Radio by Don Keith
The hobby of amateur (or ham) radio is now 100 years old, but like technology in general, this pastime has evolved tremendously, not only keeping pace with the times but often leading the way as it has since its beginning. In this book, a unique blend of lighthearted, amusing and moving anecdotes, practical advice, and informed opinion, best-selling author and active amateur radio operator Don [...]
 
Book: The Tower Builder by Vicky S Kaseorg
At heart, this is a love story on multiple levels: love of a man for the woman he envisioned years before they met, for dangerous exciting work, and for the unique and mysterious wonders of past history. It is a tale of love toppled and then resurrected, told symbolically and literally through the true narrative of a near impossible rebuilding of fallen radio towers. A handsome, young tower [...]
 
Book: The American DJ - The Future of Radio by Kendall Weaver
The American DJ: The Future of Radio" examines the state of radio and the Disc Jockey, through the enlightening and humorous story of Kendall Weaver, as told from behind the microphone, and inside the meetings. Plus, a study of the state of radio, featuring interviews with industry leaders like; Adam Carolla John Tesh Nina Blackwood And a host of Air Talents and consultants from coast to coast. [...]
 
Book: Kidnapped By Nuns - And Other Stories of a Life on the Radio by Bob Fuss
Taking readers on a journey over the last four decades of news from Hollywood to Washington and around the world from Andorra to Zimbabwe. Ride the campaign plane with Ronald Reagan, get the inside story of why Congress is such a disaster and share adventure travel stories from a globetrotting correspondent. Retired CBS News Correspondent Bob Fuss has traveled with half a dozen Presidents, [...]
 
Book: And Tell Tchaikovsky the News by Robert Lamb
Atlanta teenager Billy Randolph is a talented musician whose rich father has sheltered him from all but classical works and the "soft" music played on his radio stations. But then Mr. Randolph hires a black yardman who happens to own a great collection of rock 'n' roll records. In no time at all, Billy is hearing a different drummer and singing a different tune!
 
Book: Directory of Business Talk Radio Shows by Francine Silverman
The Business Ebook is one of 16 ebooks designed for potential radio guests and all include title of show, name of host, theme, where aired, guest criteria, email, website, phone (optional), and best method of contact. The Business ebook covers workplace issues, innovation, entrepreneurship, business strategies, careers, banking and finance, small business, sales, home-based businesses, customer [...]
 
Book: Flying Radio Controlled Helicopters In Just a Few Easy Steps by Dave Carroll
A quick beginners guide to teach you how to fly a remote control helicopter with some illustrated guides and many hints and tips to quick and successful flying. Will save the agony and expense of loads of repairs and crashes and explains the intricacies of trimming the model. This guide is aimed at mode 2 set ups but also exlpains the controls for mode 1 users too! This covers the learning [...]
 
Book: KABA 1330 by Robert N. Story
It's the late 1950's, and nineteen-year-old Arthur Burlingame is in love with radio and with Barbara Ann Walcott, his childhood sweetheart. He knows that he can't live his life without both of them. Barbara Ann doesn't seem totally comfortable with Arthur's celebrity alter ego, Doug Stevens, and Arthur wonders whether their upcoming marriage will have room for the three of them. Meanwhile, [...]
 
Book: Unexpected Gifts by S. R. Mallery
Winner of the Reader's Favorite Gold Medal! A True American Family Saga Can we learn from our ancestors? Do our relatives' behaviors help shape our own? In "Unexpected Gifts" that is precisely what happens to Sonia, a confused college student, heading for addictions and forever choosing the wrong man. Searching for answers, she begins to read her family's diaries and journals from America's past: [...]
 
Book: Daughters of Spain by Joan Fallon
Daughters of Spain gives a gripping account of the hard won changes within society for the women of Spain, through the eyes and experiences of the women themselves. I first began to think about writing this book in the late 1980s, when I lived in Spain for a brief period. I was impressed by the way the Spanish women I met had embraced the freedom of modern life in the short period since the death [...]
 
Book: Truckin' Up! by Donna Carver
For most of my life I gave little thought to big trucks and truck drivers except for the intimidation I would feel when those big rigs with their loud engines passed me on the road. I had some preconceived notion that all truck drivers were rough, tough cowboy types behind the wheel of a big truck, wearing blue jeans and boots, their shirt sleeves rolled up. It never occurred to me when I went to [...]
 
Book: Die Rich (Bizz Jockey Carl Pappas Thrillers) by M.H. Vesseur
Carl Pappas, the radio detective, goes on the air again. His radio show "The Boardroom" is both loved and feared by the global business community. He has a sharp eye for business news and the big mouth of a talk radio host. This time around he has some very wealthy guests joining him on his show: two billionaire entrepeneurs and their future successors, who also happen to be their sons. Of course [...]
 
Book: Interview Skills - The Road to Success by Dave Carroll
A great handy mini book with hints and tips to excell at interviews and stand a better chance to land your dream job. In todays economic climate hundreds of people often apply for the same job, just by having a small advantage you can rise above the rest and secure a great career. Whatever you want out of life, wherever you want to be, it all starts with the income to acheive it. Be happy in work [...]
 
Book: Women in Jazz - The Women, The Legends & Their Fight by Sammy Stein
This book is about women in jazz. It charts their journeys, celebrates their presence, hears their voices, wonders at their prowess and revels in their being. We hear from female agents, arrangers, composers, musicians, PR people, radio hosts, record label managers, singers, writers and more. These are their stories; their views of jazz and how they see the future. The established performers [...]
 
Book: I Want That Job - UK Edition - A short guide on how to be more successful at job hunting by Robert Cubitt
Just back from yet another job interview? Want to do better next time? Don't just try harder to get that dream job; tilt the odds in your favour by unlocking the secrets of successful job hunting. From writing your CV, through interview skills, to negotiating your starting salary, build on the knowledge of an experienced interviewer to make sure that you know what he knows. I Want That Job is a [...]
 
Book: Income Edge - The Revolution - Re-Invent Your Income by Ritchie Felix
Far back in 1997, every worker in the job market enjoyed high raises and large monthly paycheck, but after ten years in 2007, reality in the global finances left no words for enumeration. Many have lost their jobs and are re-entering into the hot chase for new jobs. Others are going back to school to obtain an MBA certificate to track better paycheck or better job. The reality is that there are [...]
 
Book: On the Road to Kingdom Come by Don Keith
Joe Proudfoot is a truck driver and a Cherokee Indian, and he is in one big hurry to get back home. His family is falling apart and he has to get back to Oklahoma to try to put his life back together again. However, he encounters a strange series of people and events along the way that sidetrack his journey. At the same time, though, they set him off on a dangerous quest. Then, when he gets an [...]
 
Book: Oh sh!t, you're black! by Lawrence D. Elliott
Is there a difference between racism and just having a prejudice? In this collection of humorous anecdotes, the author explores an important question. Picture this...you're on the phone with a guy you've never met. He has a strong and rugged sounding voice. You envision he's six feet five, muscular, and handsome. A perfect specimen of maleness! Then, you're shocked upon meeting him. He's actually [...]
 
Book: How to Get a Job - Perfect Answers to Difficult Interview Questions and Tips on How to Succeed in Interviews by Garry Bolton
Dear Friend! To start with, are you surprised the book is titled 'How to Get a Job'? At first glance, this is a hackneyed topic (maybe). And if you are to read this book for an interview, would you like to get the job? Everything we do in life is to obtain our desired work. All our efforts, aspirations, hopes and feelings are directed at this. Is it difficult to agree with me on this? 'No,' I [...]
 
Book: HR in a Nutshell - Making Good Managers Great! by Steve Bareham
HR management, or human resource management, is all about people, because it is people who determine the success of any organization. It's crucial when managing staff to use proven processes to hire, interview, orient, train, coach, discipline, and evaluate performance. Good HR management process makes a manager's job easier, more efficient, and it minimizes errors...all good things! [...]
 
Book: Fracture Gradient by Jim McCulloch
It's the 1980's, Ronald Reagan is President, and America has recovered from the crippling energy shortages of the 1970's when OPEC nearly squeezed oil-dependent economies to death. But now the U.S. energy industry is faltering as OPEC again manipulates the international oil markets to wrestle back dominance and force America to her knees one more time. Out of nowhere, rumors of an astonishing [...]
 
Book: It's Okay to Lie - If Your Fingers Are Crossed by Jack Flynn
IT'S OKAY TO LIE IF YOUR FINGERS ARE CROSSED TIME: August, 1950. PLACE: A suburb north of Fenway Park This title, "It's Okay to Lie if Your Fingers are Crossed," is based on a ritual kids perpetrated in the forties and fifties, which exempted them from the LIAR label, providing they crossed their fingers behind them, unbeknownst to the person or persons to whom they were lying. The hero of the [...]
 
Book: Beyond a Doubt (A Carol Childs Mystery Book 2) by Nancy Cole Silverman
"A high-speed chase of a mystery . . . very likable characters, a timely plot, and writing so compelling that readers will be unable to turn away from the page" (Kings River Life Magazine). When reporter Carol Childs is called to the scene of a body dump she has no idea she's about to uncover a connection to a string of missing girls. Young, attractive women drawn to the glitz and glamour of [...]
 
Book: A Vampire's Unlikely Alliance (Demon's Witch Series Book 3) by Tena Stetler
Stefan is a Native American vampire, former assassin for the Vampire Council. In a twist of fate, he now DJ's the midnight shift for a small radio station in Whitefish, Montana, on the edge of Glacier National Park where his secret is safe until... Born in Ireland, Brandy now works as a park ranger and trail guide in the park. During a full moon, Stefan and Brandy's paths cross in a near physical [...]
 
Book: We Came to Fight a War - The Story of a B-17 Radio Gunner and his Pilot by Jack Flynn
WE CAME TO FIGHT A WAR emanates from the heart, mind and memory of 85 year old Al Kotler, who was barely twenty when he climbed onto a fully armed B-17 in the dense, fog filled morning, in Foggia, Italy, having no idea whether he or his fellow crew members would still be alive by afternoon. Yes this is a war story a war story that takes the reader viscerally through heart pounding moments of [...]
 
Book: Universe is a sphere of radius zero - New dimension of Tesla technology by Vladimir Dimitrijevic
How discovery of radio proves physical existence of invisible dimensions. The digital detour and the alchemy of quantum mechanics of the 20th century have alienated us from the inventions of true radio in line with the original intent of the pioneers, and from the intuitive, natural, and beneficial applications of analog equipment. In this simple, descriptive treatment of Tesla's work: - We start [...]
 
Book: The Basics of SCRUM - A Simple Handbook to the Most Popular Agile Scrum Framework by Aditi Agarwal
Scrum is widely defined as an iterative and incremental Agile Framework to build complex products of the highest possible value. It is an incremental approach to develop a product through successive and relentless improvements. In this book, Aditi explains the Scrum roles, artifacts, ceremonies, and principles, along with advanced concepts such as managing technical debt, writing good user [...]
 
Book: Men of Courage - Novella Prequel to the Acts of Valor series by Rebecca Hartt
A mission-gone-wrong ended Taylor Rex's career as a Navy SEAL. With all his dreams swirling down the drain, the last thing Taylor expects is for the dog foisted on him by a former classmate to alter his life for the better. But Taylor's in for an unexpected awakening. This touching glimpse into the life of an injured Navy SEAL introduces readers to Rebecca Hartt's skillful storytelling, while [...]
 
Book: With Music In Their Hearts (The Spies of World War II Book 1) by Carole Brown
Angry at being rejected for military service, Minister Tyrell Walker accepts the call to serve as a civilian spy within his own country. Across the river from Cincinnati, Ohio, a spy working for a foreign country is stealing secret plans for newly developed ammunition to be used in the war. According to Tyrell's FBI cousin, this spy favors pink stationery giving strong indications a woman is [...]
 
Book: How To Get Free Publicity To Sell Your Books by Julie Joyce
AUTHORS - Get FREE Publicity to Sell Your Books! Every Indie Author Needs This Book! Get ongoing and unlimited FREE Publicity to Promote YOUR Books.This book reveals 10 Easy Ways that you can get the publicity you need to connect with new readers, fans and book buyers. You receive golden strategies from the experts at Book Tour Radio. For the cost of one cup of fancy coffee you could have [...]
 
Book: The Frugal Book Promoter - 3rd Edition - How to get nearly free publicity on your own or by partnering with your publisher by Carolyn Howard-Johnson
The Frugal Book Promoter assures your book gets the best possible start in life, whether your publisher assigns zero dollars or thousands to your book's marketing campaign. A former publicist, the author provides no-nonsense basics to build the essentials you need to build a time-saving social media campaign and knock'em dead lists of influencers that will be more effective than anything you [...]
 


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