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  • "Cluck: Murder Most Fowl" won the Odyssey "Indie Excellence" award. "Cluck: Murder Most Fowl" won the 2008 IPPY award for horror. "Cluck: Murder Most Fowl" selected as a finallist in the 2008 Fo  more...  by Eric Knapp

  • I picked up a hitchhiker on my way to an cultural conference in the South of France. He turned out to be an active member of the London School of economics drama society. He shared my manuscripts of d  more...  by Tarek Hassan

  • I am still alive!... even though I have no idea how and why... and as I am still alive, permit me to indulge in a little pride by letting you know that three out of my four grandsons are now at Univer  more...  by Peter Oszmann

  • Success is what you want it to be. Your goals, nobody else's. I want to write grammatically correct sentences I work at it. I'm successful. I want to write a short story. I work at it. I read   more...  by Patricia Guthrie

  • My first book "The Paragons" was a great success. I have been invited to speak to book clubs, interviewed on television, print news, and radio. I couldn't ask for more, but to writers who might be new  more...  by Cliff Chandler

  • WE’RE NOT JUST GETTING OLDER, WE’RE GETTING BETTER! By Dr. Kathryn Seifert When I was 35, I remarried. Soon after that, Rick and I became disillusioned with our jobs. Consequently, we sold eve  more...  by Kathryn Seifert

  • Rolling Seas Promotions are the Associate Producers for 'Hot Stuff', to be directed by Vic Armstrong of 'The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor'. Academy Award Winner to Direct ‘Hot Stuff’ ‘The   more...  by Pamela Faye

  • My poetry book, " Our Nepal,Our Pride," is in the market now. Follow this link if you want to grab a copy. or you can get it from too. http://www  more...  by Bhuwan Thapaliya

  • To laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children.--to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends--to appreciate bea  more...  by Frances Seymour

  • Never stop moving foward!  more...  by Theodore Soderberg

  • We were in the air thirteen hours, traveled 10,000 miles, and it looked like we were landing in New York City. Beijing sparkled in the night. My first trip to China was definitely an adventure! I was   more...  by Jo Condrill

  • After my first interview by the York Daily Record,in York, PA., I was then interviewed by NBC-TV in Charolettsville, VA. Just this week, Nov 2006) I was interviewed by a foreign newspaper, the "Rheinp  more...  by Abe March

  • Once upon a day….a simple Puerto Rican girl… (not so young for she was 35…) met a guy from Colorado, USA, an OK guy, so they said. Since the two used to chat on-line, and they lived far away, t  more...  by Roxana Reyes Davis

  • Two years ago I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I didn't know why. I had no history of it in my family, never smoked, never overweight...but did have lots of heartbreak and pain that had been buri  more...  by Kathryn Carrington

  • From 1995 to 2000 I had a regular poetry column in The Southern Highland News and The Highlands post in New South Waled Australia . Also in a national magazine entitled Australia Today my poetry was   more...  by Paul Mc Cann

  • I believe my greatest success story would be sharing with you how much I have been loved by my large family of four brothers three sisters and five children and to be blessed with nine grandchildren a  more...  by Rose Rideout

  • My two books COP OUT and Legal Minds are experiencing a great deal of success and publicity. I have received a tremendous amount of support from readers at the "Den". Authors Den has certainly help me  more...  by Robert Davis

  • I am pleased to announce that the Royal Mail have selected my poem "Armistice Day" to feature on the cover of their 2008 Armistice Commemoration First Day cover pack. I am particularly happy becaus  more...  by Tony Channing

  • 12th February 2008 At last my books are beginning to sell on Amazon US. I know I owe this long awaited breakthrough to Authorsden. It is a brilliant site and a wonderful opportunity for all writers.   more...  by Gwen Madoc

  • My book, The Shores of Wisdom, The Story of the Ancient Library of Alexandria, has been published in Italy, Brazil, Greece and Japan as well as in the U.K. and the U.S.A. and as a ressult I was asked   more...  by Derek Flower

  • My greatest success is that I am doing what I love to do--write. I am a self-published author of 3 books and I began writing for publication five years ago. My first novel, Secrets of the Magdalene Sc  more...  by Bettye Johnson

  • Not a very big success story this one, but enough to give it a wee mention. My first novel, Cappawhite, was voted Editors choice, book of the year 07 in its genre with Allbook Reviews. Now, my   more...  by Gerald Tate

  • Success comes in measures. I've secured about an ounce.  more...  by Blue Sleighty

  • The current book I have published entitled, which has sold out in certain locations, "Adrenaline Junkies" A Paramedic Nightmare was an actual nightmare I had. Usually you don't remember   more...  by Craig Hartpence

  • My latest work is now on This is three books I now have available, I am indeed honored by my readers and friends for their support and love.  more...  by Donna DeVane

  • With a hit rate average of 150 per day and more than 200 on some days, I feel I'm getting the exposure I need. The feedback from readers and other writers is invaluable, although I sometimes wish t  more...  by Keith Rowley

  • My first experience with was about two months after my book, The Corporate Rat Race; The Rats Are Winning was released in May of 2006. After about nine months of being a Gold Member Aut  more...  by Paul Ulasien

  • It doesn’t matter how old you are. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve dreamed your dream. Miracles happen every day, and I am living proof of that. Like many of you, I always wanted to be a writer.  more...  by C Schutter

  • Authorsden has provided an invaluable service in both reaching my target audience and in allowing me to contact other authors who share the same interests. In my five-plus years as a proud member of   more...  by Terry Vinson

  • My second book of poetry "Against The Wind" is scheduled to be released in January. It is a compilation of some of the works displayed here on Authors Den. I should have review copies in a few wee  more...  by Chuck Keller

  • My success if measured by being published and interacting with readers who enjoyo my work. It's always a pleasure when receiving emails or posted comments from readers via Authorsden, through email or  more...  by Nicole Kurtz

  • i had experienced past abuse from an author concerning a story i had done ("the don't give up kid"), but after i had put it back on after removing it, i haven't had anything but praise for what i have  more...  by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado

  • On September 5th I conducted a 48-hour campaign to launch my book, The Avatar Syndrome, on the While now, some three weeks after the campaign, my rating dropped substantially, I sha  more...  by Stan Law (aka Stanislaw Kapuscinski)

  • Success I am doing better than I thought and I hear That people now are beginning to notice me After thousands of poems which leads me to say All I have done is be here to write of my stay If o  more...  by +Steven Curtis Lance

  • I received my first rejection slip at the age of five. My grandfather read stories to me from St. Anthony's Messenger. So I created my own story PRAY FOR THE WANDERER and Grandpa typed it and mailed  more...  by Maryanne Raphael

  • The San Diego Union-Tribune newspaper published this item on Sunday, July 8, 2007: "Outdoors, Ed Zierlaski. Look at local lakes making big splash." "Richard Lee Orey likes to paddle his red can  more...  by Richard Orey

  • Well, My greatest success is surviving childhood! GOD let me write poetry and hopefully I can touch folk's hearts with it! I like makin folks laugh and so my career choice as bein Lollypop the Clown t  more...  by Southern Comfort

  • I have been writing forever. The first thing I wrote was in grammer school. I have written children's books, romances, and mainstream but my real love has always been the mystery. The series I am writ  more...  by Pinckney Rivers

  • My story starts about 1978, when I had a dream about travelling in a strange place, another country possiblly. I competed in some sort of talent contest and I won money and a trophy. I remember   more...  by R.E.E.S Blogs Linda Smith, Publisher

  • I guess my success story would be having lived this long despite my many high risk hobbies. And surviving the many times I have made a fool of myself by being so trusting of people  more...  by Walt Hardester

  • Success story: the short version.I have toured several US cities, including: Los Angeles, Chicago, Woodstock, Santa Monica and New York City, reading my poetry. My greatest success and joy is raising   more...  by Deborah Russell

  • I've been writing children stories for over 13 years and as of last year I finally got published. After receiving many rejection letters I gave up for two years. Then I got published and now I have a   more...  by william sawyers

  • Thursday, April 5, 2007 The Path to Success Copyright © Larry Matthews IS IT TIME FOR A CHANGE ? Life is actually very similar for us all. Oh yes some are born into a more privileged env  more...  by Larry Matthews

  • " Are you crazy?? Come on--stop playing." "No!" She said, "I'm serious! This is good David, really good! You should get it published!" "Oh, get outta here... You...uh, you really think it's 'that' g  more...  by David Humphrey Sr

  • Hello to all! While I have yet to actually be paid a "red Farthing" for any of my "Brain Children" as posted herein, almost 145,000 visitors or "hits" have read some of my work. That, my friend  more...  by Tom Hyland

  • I've been writing professionally for 13 years. It took 8 years to finally get "Wound Too Tight" published, and "Mystery of the Attic" the following year. My mystery series has finally come to life,   more...  by TJ Perkins

  • I have been here on Authorsden while writing the majority of my work. I have lived with a brainstem lesion, 2 of them and a lesion near the spine. Life has been hard, but I am making it, one day at a   more...  by Rebekah Rosie Lang

  • Robyn M Speed, Winner of the Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust Unpublished Manuscript Award 2006. New Zealand's second largest literary award.  more...  by Robyn Speed

  • I was recently named "Member of the Week" by the National Association of Women Writers. Here is the interview: HQ: When did you realize you wanted to be a writer? A: I've always loved to writ  more...  by Beverly Mahone

  • After years of belonging to Windy City, a chapter of Romance Writer's of America and learning the craft I did what so many have done and are sitll doing. I wanted to give up after years of repeated re  more...  by Dyanne Davis

  • I have been asked to allow a publishment of four of my short stories to be published and then used for students to read and review as an academaic aid in Russo Russia.This is quite an honor and of cou  more...  by James Samdavid1

  • It is with deep emotion, and a warm thankfulness in my heart, that I wish to express my gratitude to The success story that I share is that I am able to share the good news of my faith  more...  by Valerie Boggess

  • Just finished work on my newest book! Going for first edit....will keep everyone posted. Jan. 2004 - Received commission to write a screenplay - now this is scary! January 22, 2004 - Nominate  more...  by Barbara Armstrong

  • Buffalo Calf Road Woman: The Story of a Warrior of the Little Bighorn, by Rosemary Agonito, has won the prestigious 2006 Western Heritage Award for the Outstanding Western Novel. Joseph Agonito resear  more...  by Rosemary Agonito


  • I began writing eleven years ago at the age of 61 and four years later my wife decided to publish one of the three novels I had written up to that time. That was 7 years ago and now she has published   more...  by J Robert Whittle

  • I have a blog that I have had for 2 years. Lately I've been writing on it. It's getting 50 or more hits a day. It's called and it has flash fiction, slash politics and splash  more...  by RD Larson

  • My greatest success in life is my 3 boys. I've pretty much raised them all by myself with no child support. At the age of 43, I'm still a single self-supported Mom, by choice. I live for my children.  more...  by Kay Mott

  • Before I even dip my feather quill in ink, I decide the language will be candid. I don't feel any woman should self-edit her speech just because some have different sensibilities and sensitivities, a  more...  by Sage Sweetwater

  • Author's Den has allowed me the opportunity to share my work with the world and in turn, it has helped me to reach my goal of inspiring others through my poetry. For so many years, I felt as if I was   more...  by Jill Eisnaugle

  • Success is directly proportionate to effort. Other elements often enter, changing to some extent what an individual might achieve, but effort is the single most powerful constant in getting published  more...  by Michael Gibbs

  • My latest column, "Bring On the Ants" tells you how to make picnics into events to remember. See page 14 of the "Senior Perspective" for June 2005  more...  by Henry Lefevre

  • My Success Story Life is success! We are here doing something successfully:Building a better future using latest technology software. community has helped me develope my innate writi  more...  by Li Smith

  • I have spent all of my adult life and most of my teenage years writing, now at twenty five with much work and perserverance and of course help from the Lord I find myself getting my first book of poet  more...  by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen

  • After years of writing non-fiction in the area of parapsychology, I decided to try my hand at creative fiction writing. To help me get started I enrolled in a Master of Arts program at Manhattanville   more...  by Lyn Halper

  • I've been active at AUTHORSDEN.COM since the early days. This year is off to a great start. AUTHORSDEN.COM has attracted new fans and media attention for my book, "What Animals Can Teach Us about Spir  more...  by Diana Guerrero

  • It cost Impala Press, my publishing company, $6,000 to self publish 2,500 copies of "Earth, the Forgotten Temple: A Spirit Quest in the Wilderness" in 2000. I broke even after two years and now make a  more...  by Niki Collins-Queen

  • Inspired reading and writing is a gift to us all. The human mind envelops all that it encounters in either a concious or subconsious way. It is important to every man or woman, or child, that his en  more...  by Naomi Hoomalu

  • When it happens i'll let you know.  more...  by Paul Williams

  • I studied literature in college and then spend the next twenty-five years writing police reports. Little did I realize that my law enforcement career was actually my research years for the novels I a  more...  by Samuel Stone

  • Author Cheryl Sellers is the 17th Recipient of the LiFE Award   The LiFE Award: Literature For Environment has gone to a poetry book for the first time. This is Painted Words by Cheryl B. Seller  more...  by Cheryl Sellers

  • Resolving family tensions over Christmas Neighbourhood Feelings We live in communities all over the world A cacophony of voices is seldom unheard We sing and we laugh, we speak and we shout W  more...  by Miller Caldwell

  • Set Your Sail, Capture the Winds, Stay the Course. _Power and Gender: Issues in Sexual Dominance and Harassment_, my first book, began its journey in the late 1970s. It was first a small pamph  more...  by Rosemarie Skaine

  • I have many success stories to share with others in my life. But here's just one that focuses on my writing career. I have written 3 books by the age of 21, two of which were written when I was 20. It  more...  by Shirley Cheng

  • Silence Knight tied for 3rd place in the Romantic Suspense category of 2003's Booksellers' Best Award.  more...  by Irene Estep

  • I provide ongoing support for people of African heritage to help you to overcome your difficulties and achieve your goals. I have studied the lives and work of many successful people of African   more...  by Zhana Books

  • I am pleased to announce the sale of my fourth novel, "I'll Paint a Sun," to Kensington/Genesis Press. Publication date will be February 2005.  more...  by Alfred Garrotto

  • Dr. Beverly A. Browning is founder and CEO of BBA, Inc. Through contracted grant writing, workshops, internships, and publications, she shares her years of experience in winning public and private fu  more...  by Dr. Beverly Browning

  • After years of rejection, the first novel in my mystery series, A SPY IN THE HAND, has been accepted for publication by PublshAmerica. Tentative release date is late 2004/early 2005.  more...  by Toni LoTempio

  • My success? Well, anyone that has close to 1,500 hits on a story -- I'd say that's success! Thanks to everyone who is tracking me or reads and reviews my work. I write because I love it and I'm thri  more...  by Marie Wadsworth

  • When I retired six years ago I adopted writing fiction as my avocation. I chose the study of what would happen when a giant earthquake once again struck the New Madrid Fault in the central US as the b  more...  by Sam Penny

  • In 2001 my collection, Odd Lot: Stories to Chill the Heart, won 9 awards. So in 2003 I wrote and published Even Odder: More Stories to Chill the Heart, which has been recommended for the horror genre'  more...  by Steven Burt

  • None  more...  by Bruce Humphrey

  • Coming April 1st, "CITY ON A HILL," the second entry in my three-novel series "The Parables of the Carpenter," from HarperCollins. This volume continues the story of Jeshua bar Joseph (Jesus of Nazare  more...  by Kenny Kemp

  • Feb 15, 2004 - I'm still breathing.  more...  by Jeff Mason

  • All Waters Gathering: A Multicultural Tale For Our Time Of International Uncertainties. All Waters Gathering reminds us of the strength in family, forgiveness, and encouragement through a tale of s  more...  by A.E.H. Veenman

  • After many false starts, "Lightning Odyssey" is finally in print. This exciting, historical sci-fi is set on the streets of New Paltz, New York - famous for its Huguenot Street stone houses - the  more...  by Betty Ann Damms

  • Success, what does that mean? I haven’t become money I’m not dead yet (c)2004 by Franz L Kessler  more...  by Franz Kessler

  • My poem, THE MOON MOLTEN GOLD, was published and critiqued in the January 2004 issue of Writer's Journal (page 56, under my pen name, Gloria Caballero. This is the second poem I publish at Writer's Jo  more...  by Gloria Gay

  • True West Magazine* names Lucia as Best Living Western Historical Novelist - "Beginning with her first book, Ride the Wind (about Comanche captive Cynthia Ann Parker), through her latest, Ghost Warrio  more...  by Lucia Robson

  • Having already established my toehold in the world of the digital renaissance (see bio) I find Authors Den offers me a place to connect with my fans, post new works with little hassle, manage my maili  more...  by William DeVault

  • My first book (Believe Believe Believe) was released by Essence Publishing on August 12, 2003. This represented a major success story in my life. Up to this point I had never had anything published.  more...  by James Lincoln Sr

  • Jonathan Maberry is riding a publishing tidal wave! He has four books in print, all from Strider Nolan Publishing, Inc. Three of them are under his own name, and one under his pen name (Shane MacD  more...  by Jonathan Maberry

  • It is important to have a supply of cards on hand with your Website on it so that anyone who has expressed interest in your writing may have the access information immediately. There are numerous ways  more...  by Lucille

  • A Multi-Award Winning Screenwriter/Director has contracted with Author W. Robb Robichaud to adapt his trilogy, Executive Order 211 Al Qaeda, Executive Order 211 Afghanistan and the final novel Executi  more...  by W. Robb Robichaud

  • THE ADVENTURE OF WRITING Fathers, Sons, and Brothers, Book One It all started on groundhog day, 2002. I had just been layed off from my place of employment, and I knew it would be along one this  more...  by James Filegar

  • Success is writing, "THE END." I feel that more deeply each time I finish a story. The sales are wonderful, the publicity is grand, but the satisfaction of knowing I wrote the best story I could i  more...  by S. Joan Popek

  • My first novel, PAGAN MOON, has just been contracted to be published by JoNa Books. Tentative publishing date will be late 2004 or early 2005. The first edition of PAGAN MOON is still available fr  more...  by William Davis

  • After three years of independent publishing, learning how to create camera-ready PDF files, covers and eBook formats for a multitude of readers, I have just signed contracts with Hard Shell Word Facto  more...  by J. Taylor

  • One of my poems "Your Life" has been published in "Pearls of the Past", a compilation by the International Library of Poetry, (Watermark Press). I received The Editor's Choice Award for Outstanding   more...  by Denise Nowakowski

  • My success is from one of an international group of individuals that have supported me through the years. I have to say I write from a philosophical point of view, most of the time. Even though I   more...  by William Lowenkamp

  • Speaking of thrills . . . the first thrill here was learning that my novel "Hollywood Nights" was accepted by a publishing company, it has since obviously been published. Knowing it was accepted by th  more...  by Jerry Minton

  • My success here on AD has not led to fame. I have no Pulitzer's or bestselling books. It has not led to fortune. I still mooch money off of my parents and have but a few loose bills in my wallet. It h  more...  by Kacie Rahm

  • Publish America is now in the process of getting my book "Blood Flow" ready for publication. It should be in several places to buy; i.e., Publish America, Author's Den,, Barnes and Noble,   more...  by Elizabeth Olsen

  • My early experiences with publishing were nothing short of a nightmare. I'm sure you've heard tell of authors and their rejection slips. I was one of them. It wasn't until I first took my work to t  more...  by Steve Lazarowitz

  • After twenty five years, with the final version looking nothing like the original idea for a family saga, Telmenu Saimnieks - The Lord of Telmeni has been published. This has been up to this point m  more...  by Guntis Goncarovs

  • In the Summer of 2003 one of my poems will be published by Noble House in the U.K. The title of the poem is Angel Comfort and it will be in the book called Theatre of the Mind. This book is slated for  more...  by Linda Murray

  • Hi, Everyone: My publisher, Americana Books, just informed me that my audio book, Sarah's Landing-I, made the best sellers list, and they are asking for the second in the series. Now if only   more...  by Elena Bowman

  • The Dalai Lama Has personally endorsed Angelika’s adventurers spirit “ I think it’s a wonderful idea. Enthusing the younger generations of such adventure, determination and endurance…” Sunniva S  more...  by Barbara Warren Ph.D.

  • Although always a 'closet writer', as a teacher I was constantly interested in learning more about how to TEACH writing. I attended the Northern CA Bay Area Writing Project and there had to SUBMIT my   more...  by Gail Jenner

  • I'm Victoria Valentine, publisher of Skyline Magazine, After 3 years of both online and print publishing, Skyline is finding a niche in the literary world! expandi  more...  by Victoria Valentine

  • I have always joked about writing a book. Never did I envision this joke becoming a reality. As a high school student, writing was one of my favorite things to do. Over the years I have written little  more...  by Joanne Blundell Marsh

  • "Wow! Brilliant. The best thriller so far in 2003." --Don Mitchell, Amazon #2 reviewer. "A very pleasant surprise. A quick, satisfying read. A fascinating premise and a satisfying conclusion. Highl  more...  by Christopher Jonnes

  • " Within my writings I try to relay (or better said 'share') those personal deeper feelings which I know, feel, live and have experienced. I attempt to go beyond the simple into the complex. Yet, in m  more...  by James Harris

  • “Just write.” What in the world did God mean by that? I had prayed the prayer that many Christians pray. I asked God to tell me what I could do to best serve Him. I was waiting for a l  more...  by Monica Cane

  • Starting an Internet e-Book Business Was Not an Easy Task On July 1st, 1999 I had retired from the Hammonton, New Jersey Public School District as a middle school’ English teacher after thirt  more...  by Jay Dubya

  • I started "Pilgrims'Moon" over ten years ago, wrote an outline and about 15 pages, and then didn't write any more. Finally, about three years ago, I decided WHAT AM I WAITING FOR? I'M NOT GETTING ANY  more...  by Stacey Thompson

  • When I did a search for my book Secret of the Scroll on Google, the first thing that showed up was my Authors Den page. It's a great place to publicize your work. And for a first-time author, that's j  more...  by Chester Campbell

  • Five years ago I left a perfectly comfortable warehouse job, with a steady paycheque, to embark upon a career as storyteller, fortune teller, writer, entertainer, living entirely by my wits and a lot   more...  by Steve Vernon

  • After so much adversity, one thing has always remained the same, my determination of creating what I hope will be a novel in which readers will enjoy.  more...  by Ruben Guajardo

  • I was very fortunate to find Jo Condrill, my co-author of "From Book Signing To Best Seller" and work with her to produce this award winning reference book for emerging authors. From this associati  more...  by John Slack

  • As I looked over the category from which to launch my "Success Story" it seems fitting that it should be filed under "Family." My first published work, "Lessons Learned on My Way Home" has been embra  more...  by Gloria Lewis-Vaughn

  • Listening to excited teenagers exclaim that they feel like they are friends with my characters is so wonderful! I love my new publisher, Amber Quill Press, and the publisher, Trace Zaber for giving m  more...  by Wanda Horton

  • My first book, a collection of short stories is being published by PublishAmerica. Details later.  more...  by Allen Parker

  • I am so excited about a great review done by Michael Thal (an AD author) for my book, If I Perish. He wrote it for Scribe's World and said I can share it here. ************** If I Perish by De  more...  by Deborah Turner

  • Authorsden has allowed me to stay in touch with 500 leaders in my field through my authorsden newsletter. As a result, my book, "Built By The Owner's Design" is doing well in the marketplace and is al  more...  by Danny Von Kanel

  • 'A Tobacco Odyssey with Humphrey Bogart' won the Mainstream Fiction section of the 2002 Indepdenent E-Book Awards.  more...  by David Jones

  • I first found authorsden when I was thinking of writing a novel. By taking baby steps and having people review and comment on short stories and poems that I listed, I gained the courage to pursue a d  more...  by Ginger Simpson

  • An American Poem - Or I How Won A book Award With a Borrowed Dream Just recently at the 2003 Epicon in Tampa, sponsored by the Electronic Publishing Internet Connection, a book I had worked, slav  more...  by Joel Young

  • Authors Den has been like a miracle. I wanted to do a newsletter, to help and inform people about my booksignings, website and radio show. I was at a loss, until (which I had joined e  more...  by Tina Tessina

  • The Road To Publication by Joan Hall Hovey Like you, I started out as a story 'listener'. Both my parents were avid storytellers, and I needed only to hear the words, "I remember the time when..."   more...  by Joan Hovey

  • My young adult novel, An Adorable Couple, has just been released in paperback by New Concepts Publishing!  more...  by Ann Herrick

  • has given me a chance to receive feedback on my work. At age 16, not many people will look carefully at my work. Here on readers and writers look at my work for what it i  more...  by Maria Fiorille

  • DO YOU LOOK LIKE DOG CONTEST AND BOOK TO BE PUBLISHED BY BROADWAY BOOKS/RANDOM HOUSE: CALL FOR PHOTOS Do you look like your dog? Do you know anyone who does? Lots of people think they do and have b  more...  by Gini Scott

  • "Mind's Eye" by Wendy Laing has been contracted by Writers Exchange E-Publshing for E-books (download & Cds) and Digitally printed publication  more...  by Wendy Laing

  • "Flowers from the Grave" by Wendy Laing has been contracted by Writers Exchange E-Publshing for E-books (download & Cds) and Digitally printed publication  more...  by Wendy Laing

  • "Captain Angus, the Lighthouse Ghost" by Wendy Laing has been contracted by Writers Exchange E-Publshing for E-books (download & Cds) and Digitally printed publication  more...  by Wendy Laing

  • I self-published a book of poetry and it sold over 200 copies, much more then I ever expected. So many folks have been so kind to me and i just want to say it was much appreciated.   more...  by Sandi Schraut

  • Patricia Haakonson, self-published author of "Easy Low Carb Cooking" and co-author, with her husband Dr. Harv Haakonson, of "Easy Low Carb Living" has just completed a 6 month book promotion tour. Th  more...  by Patricia Haakonson

  • My novel "THE SECOND HIGHEST WORLD WAR" has received lots of excellent comments from reviewers. Here are some samples. Alan Caruba calls it an "extrordinary novel" in his September 2002 edtion of Boo  more...  by Anoop Chandola

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