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The Pubslush Team’s Most Embarrassing Halloween Costumes

We all have embarrassing Halloween costumes that we at some point, thought were amazing. Instead of trying to hide them, the Pubslush team has decided to embrace our past blunders and share them with you! Get to know the team this Halloween by checking out the costumes we’ve kept locked away until now!   Team […] The post The Pubslush Team’s Mos...

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Meet the people who make publishing happen at BookMachine NYC

BookMachine is an event series for people in and around the world of publishing. In the four years since we began in London, we’ve hosted events in 8 cities across the US, UK, Spain and Canada, with the goals always the same: to help people meet new friends from across the industry, have a drink […] The post Meet the people who make publishing happen at Bo...

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Just An Ordinary Guy

By: Sarah Udoh  This story began one day at Völksgarten, a public park in Vienna (Austria), where I’d gone simply to relax, after hours of staring into the unrepentant face of the infamous writers’ block: in the form of the blank screen of my laptop computer. I could not have chosen a better day to […] The post Just An Ordinary Guy appeared first on Pubslu...

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Uploading To CreateSpace Doesn’t Make You An Author

By: Nicole McArdle As someone who works primarily with self-published authors, I’m often asked advice on the publishing process. Which is better, traditional or self? Simple. Both have their advantages and disadvantages. How much should I spend on publishing my novel? Well, you need professional services and that’s going to cost you, but there are ways for y...

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“Haters, They Gonna Hate – What My Crowdfunding Campaign Taught Me”

By: Stormy It’s no surprise that in anything you do, people are going to find a reason to criticize you. Everyone has their opinion, but to be blunt, up until recently, I didn’t really give a shit. In fact, I believe not caring about others opinions has encouraged me to not be afraid to follow […] The post “Haters, They Gonna Hate – What My Crowd...

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“This Is The Best Time To Be An Author”

  -Was there one moment that sparked your career?  As a matter of fact there was. I was at the Chicago Spring Fling conference in 2012. At that point I had worked on my book for over two years and I’d started submitting my work to agents and I had received a nice big pile […] The post “This Is The Best Time To Be An Author” appeared first on Pubs...

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Favorite Fall Reads Of 2014

Every Fall we come across a heart stopping dilemma: what book will I read? Of course people come across this problem everyday, but when the new school year comes around you start to need books to read on the commute to school or books to bring with you so you have something to read in […] The post Favorite Fall Reads Of 2014 appeared first on Pubslush Blog. ...

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Book Review – The Canary Room By: Edwin F. Casebeer & Linda Casebeer

*I’ve received no monetary or in-kind compensation for this book review. All opinions are my own* Review by: Lydia Sheehan Quote Worthy: The Canary Room, written by is the story of a 12-year-old boy struggling to live his everyday life during WWII. Herman, the main character, is left by his father to live with a distant […] The post Book Review – Th...

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Book Spotlight: The Missing Place by Sophie Littlefield

SYNOPSIS:     Twenty-year-old Taylor Jarvis and Paul Carroll go missing in Weir, North Dakota, where they have been working on rigs owned by Oasis Energy. The boys stayed in Black Creek Lodge, a ?man camp? providing room and board. The mothers of the two boys come to Weir to find out what happened to their sons […] The post Book Spotlight: The Missing Place ...

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