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From Tragedy To Charity- The Importance Of Learning To ReesSpecht Life

By: Rich Specht On October 27th, 2012 the unimaginable happened to our family: we lost our little boy, Richard Edwin-Ehmer Specht (Rees) to a drowning in our backyard pond. ReesSpecht Life is dedicated to his memory, and our commitment to make the world a better place in his name. Help us help each other. Let’s all work […] The post From Tragedy To Charity- ...

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Book Review: Money Master The Game by Tony Robbins

Reviewed by: Charles Botensten *I receive no monetary or in-kind compensation for my reviews. All opinions are my own* Quote Worthy: Tony Robbins’ first book in over a decade: MONEY Master the Game is an instant classic, and this year’s top recommendation. Let me explain. We are sold a lifestyle from birth. Graduate college, get […] The post Book Rev...

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7 Core Elements to Building a Powerful & Engaged Audience for Your Book

By: Kimberley Grabas Are You Struggling To Build An Audience For Your Book? Despite the fact that it is vital to the success and longevity of your writing career, an “audience” is a tough thing to muster up. Having a crowd of avid readers, eagerly anticipating your next literary masterpiece is the goal, but it’s the “how-to” that’...

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25 Days Of Free Books From Us To You

a Rafflecopter giveaway   Enter To Win Any Of These Bestsellers:  Lisa Erspamer A Letter to My Cat | Lisa Scottoline Betrayed |Mary Higgins Clark & Alafair Burke The Cinderella Murder | Kylie Scott Lead |Tony Gemignani The Pizza Bible|Chris Hadfield You Are Here: Around the World in 92 Minutes |Walter Mischel The Mar...

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How 10 Minute Writing Boosts Your Creativity

By: Steve Aedy Creativity is such a fascinating characteristic, and yet so elusive. We’ve all had those wonderful periods of creativity, when the words flow and time disappears. But, they’re so short lived; and hard to generate. Or are they? As it turns out, creativity is always accessible. That is, when we release our self-imposed blocks […] The post How 1...

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Book Review: A House Without Windows by Stevie Turner

Reviewed by: Samantha Abernathy   Quote Worthy: Stevie Turner’s A House Without Windows is a riveting novel that focuses on Dr. Beth Nichols, a woman who was held captive for close to ten years with her daughter, Amy, who was born in captivity. I was intrigued from the very beginning and was eager to learn […] The post Book Review: A House Without Windows...

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Stocking Stuffer Ideas For The Last Minute Shopper

The Holiday shopping rush is here, and if you’re anything like us you’ll probably wait until the very last minute to buy those gifts. It’s not easy to find the perfect gift for those in your life, especially when you’re not looking to spend a lot of money. In the spirit of the season of […] The post Stocking Stuffer Ideas For The Last Min...

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How To Make Your Characters Believable

By: A.D. Starrling One of the best compliments a writer can ever be paid is to be told by fans that they really liked or disliked a particular character in a book, with the dislike statement applying to an antagonist preferably. This means the writer has succeeded in creating a believable character able to engage the emotions […] The post How To Make Your Char...

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Indie Authors and the Question of Kindle Unlimited

By: Hellen Barbara Have questions about Kindle Unlimited and what it means for indie authors? Hellen Barbara, President of Pubslush, gives an easy to digest overview of how Kindle Unlimited stacks up against other subscription services and why authors should be cautious when considering their book selling options. Learn more with this quick and informative […] T...

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