Posted on 10/30/2013 admin
In this Issue:
It’s Important to Paws
Wired for Story, Blog Talk Radio with Cherilynn Stone
Your Ever Evolving Self
Author’s Book Signing Banner
It’s Important to Paws We extend our congratulations to David Jensen, author and photographer, for his extended full page coverage in the Anchorage Daily News <http://www.adn.com/2013/10/25/3142568/new-book-celebrates-pets-with.html> about him and his new book, It’s Important to Paws. David’s release party is Friday at Admiral’s Place Banquet Room – 9359 Independence Drive Anchorage, Alaska from 6 to 8 PM. All authors are invited. Wired for Story Here’s some comments from authors who participated in our Wired For Story webinar:
I agree that learning only one thing is worth the time and the small amount of money. Lisa is very good and was able to pour a lot of information into an hour.
America’s Lady of Supernatural Thrillers
Author of Ravens Cove, Ingress, and Gorgon I did enjoy the webinar. I’m glad I took it. She is well organized and speaks well. I used the points as she progressed to judge my third book. It was helpful. My third book, I already know, is my best so far. Part of the reason is that I’ve met the points she was making. There is much tension. The question I asked deals with the last point she made. My story twist at the end will be that his action which was finally delivered after he was white headed, virtually reflexively after many years of withholding vengeance, results in the death of the very woman whose abduction affected him so severely. He ends up unaware of the consequence of his action, while his friend finds out about it and decides it will avail nothing to tell him. I was happy to hear that the ending I plan, which is realistic if not happy, is plausible for a decent story.
Award Winning Writer of Prehistoric Fiction
Author of Ki’ti’s Story, 75,000 BC and Manak-na’s Story, 75,000 BC The webinar was great. Ms. Cron communicated very useful information in an attention holding and vivacious way. She is a keeper.
Neurosurgeon Turned Author Writes With Gripping Realism
Author of eleven published novels
Thanks so much for making this webinar. Lisa’s knowledge and love of her craft will help me acquire the necessary skills so that my Protagonists are viewed as characters who conquer their giants.
Blog Talk Radio with Cherilynn Stone, Your Ever Evolving Self Thanks to Cherilynn for inviting me to be her guest on her radio program. I enjoyed the opportunity to visit with Cherilynn and her two co-hosts. It was an enjoyable hour. If you missed the program and would like to hear the interview you can go to <http://www.blogtalkradio.com/yournewself/2013/10/04/getting-your-book-published>. After the interview we received a few comments from listeners. Here’s a couple of them.
I listened to your broadcast interview and I was impressed. I almost called in to say that your initial response to new authors is outstanding. I feel wanted with you – part of the family.
author of I’m Only Her Father Hi Evan, our dear friend.
I just finished listening to your interview on blog spot and felt like I was right there in the room with you. It was very good, enjoyable, informative, well presented, and I felt like I was right there in the room with you. Your voice, your photo, and great common sense information to us listeners. Just wanted to remind you, what big fans Weston and I are of you and Lois, and all you do for everyone.
Diane Fields, wife of Weston Fields, author of The Dead Sea Scrolls, a short history and The Dead Sea Scrolls: Volume 1, A Full History.
Author’s Book Signing Banner
Here’s another testimony of the effectiveness of our Author’s Book Signing Banner:
The banner seems to be what really attracts people’s attention, as even if they’re not interested, nearly everyone walks by and looks at the banner. Some walk buy, stop and look at the banner, then look at my books on the table and scratch their heads and think. lol. It gives me an opportunity to say hello, give them a card, and tell them about my book etc. Not everyone buys, but they are being made aware of it at least.
Dan Griffin, author of Village of the Full Moon Curse Keep in touch,
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