Today's Quote

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Audio

Loading…

Discussion Forum

Do you have an INSTAGRAM account?

Started by Hem of CulturalBook in Business of Writing and Art Nov 13. 0 Replies

Do you have an INSTAGRAM account?Are you a poet, novelist, painter, quote-writer, photographer, or other artist with ways of selling yourself through Instagram?We are now offering immediate exposure on your Instagram account, with guaranteed “likes” and (REAL, ACTIVE) followers for only half price: 75$ instead of $150Results will be shown in 24 to 36 hours.NOTE: We never purchase likes and followers, we simply broadcast your post for 24h on one of our highly active, influential accounts that…Continue

FREE TODAY: A Parisian Kindle Novel: The Story of Passion and Adventure in the French Capital...

Started by Roman Payne in Free Member Offers Sep 1. 0 Replies

FREE TODAY:  A Parisian Kindle Novel: The Story of Passion and Adventure in the French Capital..."Rooftop Soliloquy" is offered free for Kindle for two days. Download it free from Amazon now:http://www.amazon.com/Rooftop-Soliloquy-Roman-Payne-ebook/dp/B00361EODOAmusez-vous bien !!Continue

Free Kindle Novel (Today Only): Rooftop Soliloquy

Started by Roman Payne in Free Member Offers Aug 29. 0 Replies

Currently #1 in Contemporary Fiction / "Urban"and #7 in "Contemporary Fiction" / "Literary"My roman libertin called Rooftop Soliloquy is currently free for download for Kindle:http://www.amazon.com/Rooftop-Soliloquy-Roman-Payne-ebook/dp/B00361EODO(In a few hours, it will no longer be free, so download now!  Enjoy :)RomanFree Kindle Novel (Today Only): Rooftop Soliloquy…Continue

Tags: book, kindle, free

Authors and Publishers: Three Great Ideas to Brand (and Sell) Your Books

Started by Roman Payne in Business of Writing and Art. Last reply by Arthur Telling Aug 18. 2 Replies

I am launching a new site associated with CulturalBook, called CulturalPR.com. (Press Release and Public Relations Services for Authors and Publishers.)         The goal of the site is to share with you (initially) three secrets I've discovered for selling my novels online. Despite my publisher's (rather expensive) efforts to sell my books via the old, so-called, 'tried-and-true' methods, I have learned (on my own), three great ways that are…Continue

Tags: CulturalPR

Technique #1 to brand yourself and sell your books...

Started by Roman Payne in Business of Writing and Art Aug 6. 0 Replies

First of three techniques used to brand and sell books...The technique that brands my novels the most is what I call "Designer Quotes." In between the marketing waves launched by my publisher, these Designer Quotes are responsible for the most sales of my novels. Below is an example of the top-performing quote from the book, together with an image, created by myself in Photoshop to make a graphical "Designer Quote"...When I…Continue

Tags: branding, pr, quotes, designer

CB Member Renee Robinson uses literature in the protection of society from cancer.

Started by Roman Payne in Culture and Society Jul 25. 0 Replies

Dear Members,Please visit Renee Robinson's event and consider "attending" to help in the protection of society from cancer.  As the founder of CulturalBook, I thank Renee for posting her event on this website, and I am happy to encourage all members to post events of importance to humanity.Here is the link to her event:…Continue

There are *a few* honest people who work for Amazon

Started by Roman Payne in Free Member Offers. Last reply by Nithin Purple Jul 23. 5 Replies

Dear Members,Because there are *a few* good, honest souls who work for Amazon, I ended up reaching a decision with them to where we signed a peace treaty.To celebrate, I've relaunched the Kindle version of my novel The Wanderess on Amazon, and it is free to download today.   If you haven't read it already, go to …Continue

Prose/Poetry Blog Posts

From The Coward's Pedestal

Posted by Alexander Mark Pinna on November 17, 2014 at 8:55am 1 Comment

I would like to feel the flame,

Burning from inside,

As its ideas stand tall,

To defy those the thorn

Cursed by its mothers eye.

 

I would like to feel the flame,

And nurture the thoughts inside,

From within the darkness,

Stand those that turn from lies,

Embracing those that stand tall in their own righteous demise.

 

I would like to feel just a flicker of hope,

To let my brothers and sisters know that…

Continue

From the Red-tailed Dragonfly Chronicles

Posted by Shaye on October 14, 2014 at 12:50am 0 Comments



The red-tailed dragonfly and I sit in companionable silence, she on her clothesline rope swing and me in my chair of wicker, contemplating the mysteries of love and life! 

She wonders why the water lilies hide their faces at night and where the rainbow's colors go when they fade?  I wonder where love goes when it fades, she muses that perhaps it's to the same place as the colors of the rainbow! I propose that the lilies cover their faces to hide their tears over the loss of love…

Continue

New Short Story Collection -- Metaphysics

Posted by Arthur Telling on October 11, 2014 at 9:56pm 0 Comments

Not much time for writing, but I managed to publish a short story collection.  Theme is metaphysics.  I posted a couple of the stories on Cultural Book earlier. Kindle version here:

http://www.amazon.com/ISON-Icy-Wanderer-Other-Mystical-ebook/dp/B00NVKD6RA/

 

BANGALORE TO VARANASI ON BIKE - A DIARY

Posted by narendra yadav on October 9, 2014 at 2:05pm 0 Comments

From bangalore to varanasi on bike - A Diary.

In our school days, there was an essay in English about a great personality of India; I do not remember the name, hopefully great poet Rabindra Nath Tagore, who wished to travel India on bullock cart. Then I was amused with this idea, but later when I travelled across the country on train, wished  if I could feel the trees, the rivers, the hills,…

Continue

Suggestions?

Email: staff@culturalbook.com

Do you have a website? Help promote CulturalBook.com by putting a "Badge" on your site. Message "Hemingway" after you've done so to get recognition! Just click "Get Badge" link below.

Loading…

Latest Activity

Wilson B. Sanchez posted a status
"Bless-ed be, Cheryl... Happy Birthday, 'Mon Ami' ;)"
Nov 20
Alexander Mark Pinna posted a blog post

From The Coward's Pedestal

I would like to feel the flame,Burning from inside,As its ideas stand tall,To defy those the thornCursed by its mothers eye. I would like to feel the flame,And nurture the thoughts inside,From within the darkness,Stand those that turn from lies,Embracing those that stand tall in their own righteous demise. I would like to feel just a flicker of hope,To let my brothers and sisters know that I'm alive,I would like to do just something,But your cause doesn't suit me,So your freedom I'll deny. See More
Nov 17

★ Author
Lee Crase posted a status
"Here is an arrangement of Moonlight Sonata & Ode to Joy trans. to a minor key, frosted with Howl: https://soundcloud.com/cranux/howl-pt-1"
Nov 16
Hem of CulturalBook's discussion was featured

Do you have an INSTAGRAM account?

Do you have an INSTAGRAM account?Are you a poet, novelist, painter, quote-writer, photographer, or other artist with ways of selling yourself through Instagram?We are now offering immediate exposure on your Instagram account, with guaranteed “likes” and (REAL, ACTIVE) followers for only half price: 75$ instead of $150Results will be shown in 24 to 36 hours.NOTE: We never purchase likes and followers, we simply broadcast your post for 24h on one of our highly active, influential accounts that has around 650,000 followers.Please email: star@culturalbook.com ASAP! because the slots are filling up quick !!- HemSee More
Nov 13
Hem of CulturalBook posted a discussion

Do you have an INSTAGRAM account?

Do you have an INSTAGRAM account?Are you a poet, novelist, painter, quote-writer, photographer, or other artist with ways of selling yourself through Instagram?We are now offering immediate exposure on your Instagram account, with guaranteed “likes” and (REAL, ACTIVE) followers for only half price: 75$ instead of $150Results will be shown in 24 to 36 hours.NOTE: We never purchase likes and followers, we simply broadcast your post for 24h on one of our highly active, influential accounts that has around 650,000 followers.Please email: star@culturalbook.com ASAP! because the slots are filling up quick !!- HemSee More
Nov 13
Terry Lee Ballard posted a photo

Dome at the new Fulton Street Station in NYC

A Major renovation of a transportation hub near World Trade Center
Nov 11
Wilson B. Sanchez posted a status
"My fellow Literati,, always remember: "Those lacking in imagination, take refuge in reality." Jean-Luc Godard"
Nov 10
Terry Lee Ballard posted a photo

Happy Halloween

North Merrick, Long Island
Oct 30
Terry Lee Ballard posted a photo

Sarah Bird (right)

Author of Above the East China Sea, an outstanding novel about Okinawa.
Oct 25

★ Author
Ron Dakron posted a status
"Readings from my Hello Devilfish! in New York City on 10/20 or Seattle on 11/06. Details on Twitter #HelloDevilfish."
Oct 16
Anita Stienstra updated his/her profile
Oct 15
Shaye posted a blog post

From the Red-tailed Dragonfly Chronicles

The red-tailed dragonfly and I sit in companionable silence, she on her clothesline rope swing and me in my chair of wicker, contemplating the mysteries of love and life!  She wonders why the water lilies hide their faces at night and where the rainbow's colors go when they fade?  I wonder where love goes when it fades, she muses that perhaps it's to the same place as the colors of the rainbow! I propose that the lilies cover their faces to hide their tears over the loss of love and light. She seems content with this and as she launches herself to dance away, the sunlight catches her luminous wings and I see where the colors of the rainbow go! I smile and whisper after her, "That's a lovely resting place for lost love...on the wings of a red-tailed dragonfly"!See More
Oct 14

★ Author
Arthur Telling posted a blog post

New Short Story Collection -- Metaphysics

Not much time for writing, but I managed to publish a short story collection.  Theme is metaphysics.  I posted a couple of the stories on Cultural Book earlier. Kindle version here:http://www.amazon.com/ISON-Icy-Wanderer-Other-Mystical-ebook/dp/B00NVKD6RA/ See More
Oct 11
narendra yadav posted a blog post

BANGALORE TO VARANASI ON BIKE - A DIARY

From bangalore to varanasi on bike - A Diary.In our school days, there was an essay in English about a great personality of India; I do not remember the name, hopefully great poet Rabindra Nath Tagore, who wished to travel India on bullock cart. Then I was amused with this idea, but later when I travelled across the country on train, wished  if I could feel the trees, the rivers, the hills, the human faces passing rapidly through the window of my train, then I could understand the significance of the idea.Whenever I had a chance to go on long drive on motor cycle, I enjoyed the thrill of travel. A thought crept into my mind why not India on bike? Why not the world on two wheeler?  Expressed to friends and family, they laughed, except my daughter. But she knew my family responsibilitiesI searched for books on long distance travel on bike.  Read Ted Simons “Dreaming of Jupiter”,…See More
Oct 9
Wilson B. Sanchez posted a photo

Fall Out Shelter

Anyone Remember These?Back in Ghetto Dayz, these were a familiar sight in any Tenement. Never did know where we were suppose to take shelter/ be safe. Today they're an old and fortelling Omen' to the 'Blue Blood' that would invade/take over the…
Oct 4
Wilson B. Sanchez commented on Terri Vega - T. Drew's blog post Is Religion Killing Us?
"Thank you for your post, Terri ;)"
Oct 3
Terri Vega - T. Drew commented on Terri Vega - T. Drew's blog post Is Religion Killing Us?
"Hi Wilson, Yes, that was basically my point with the addition that many times religion is used as the "reason" / "excuse" for the inhumanity to man. It's sad really that there are those who take something which was intended…"
Oct 1
Terri Vega - T. Drew commented on Terri Vega - T. Drew's blog post Is Religion Killing Us?
Oct 1
Terri Vega - T. Drew posted a blog post

Is Religion Killing Us?

 Image Credit - Paul Brennan - Public Domain PicturesWe see it everyday all around us. Religion with its icons and archetypes are never far from any one of us. Even to a person who claims Atheism, the barrage of religious traditions is perfectly recognizable. It’s easy to claim that the vast majority of people today can identify the symbols which represent the most common religions. The Christian Cross, the Star of David, the Star and Crescent of Islam, even the Pentagram of the Nature Religions has become known to most. Religion has become embedded in today’s society, and on into every individual’s life, whether or not you personally adhere to one. And yet, within the cry of “love your brother” we kill and maim in name of God. Unless you’ve been living under a rock, no matter where in the world…See More
Sep 29
Wilson B. Sanchez posted a photo

Solano, Ecuador circa Summer '14

My cousin Henry sharing a 'loving moment' n' some beers with a 'Paisano' ;)
Sep 19

Member Map

Events

CulturalBook Members Online...

Chat

Active Conversations

Disconnected

    Disconnected

    You are disconnected from chat. Connect to join the chat.

    Suspended From Chat

    Sign up to chat on CulturalBook.

    Sign Up

    Donate

     
     
     

    © 2014   Created by Hem of CulturalBook.   Powered by

    Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service