Writers are born but successful writers are entrepreneurs. Share with us how you have turned yourself into your own business. This group is not about book promotion, it is about Writer promotion and networking. How have you combined the business world with your love of writing. See More
"John, regarding white Men's taste in women; I live in South Florida -- where the residents, are from all over the world. I've dated women from everywhere, and I find that every country and ethnicity, has beautiful women -- it's just a…"
On election day in 2008, Obama worked-out at my gym and he won the election. Some people say it was just a coincidence, I truly believe it was destiny. I was thinking about starting a tradition, where the Presidential candidates train with…"
"Most people are trendy, and fickle, combine those facts with great marketing and the book will sell. I remember being invited to a nice bar in North Palm Beach by a very successful real estate man, who was trying to get his staff to read "The…"
"The question was "above-average looking", someone can be professional, clean-cut and shaven, but that does not make them "above-average looking". A dirty, Bowery, stumble-bum, who has not bathed since the new millennium and…"
"Jeff, I feel that in the literary world, looks do not seem to matter. The content and the genre of the book is the star of the show, and most people would never recognize an author even if they were to bump into them . . . except for maybe a few…"
"Jeff, I've spent a lot of time on this subject recently. I spoke to a few "Best Selling Author Launch Campaign" marketing companies, and they are not cheap -- but necessary. I figured, "Why try to reinvent the wheel", these…"
We have been matched at the member mix page and I look forward to corresponding with you.
I'm sixty-six years old and try and keep fit by walking eight kilometres a day. My writing consists of chapter books, short stories and plays for children in the age group eight to twelve. For adults I write flash stories and submit them to online magazines.
Later this year I'm going to publish the first book, in a four book series for middle grade readers, on kindle.
I really loved your last comment it was beautifully written and I wondered if the Mimosa helped that stream of consciousness. Just kidding! I just heard Jim Kremer for the first time last Saturday and plan on buying his book. I am new to the book promotion industry and find that it is complex. My book, DEADLYPLEASURES, was recently released and I am PASSIONATE about it. You can see reviews from Kirkus, Blueink, and a five star review from Clarion on my blog http://maryfirmin.blogspot.com. I used to live in Fort Walton Beach years ago and owned an Arthur Murray Franchise. Those were the days and it was not a Mimosa but a Harvey Wallbanger. Good luck, Mary Firmin