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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 on Sunday. 2 Replies

I am launching a new site associated with CulturalBook, called (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

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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

A cynic is one who is tired of being fooled

Started by WilQuote in Reflections on Life Jul 16. 0 Replies

. ...and I don't think that's a negative thing. You live and you learn.How do you perceive being a cynic is all about?Continue

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Please Read This & Answer 4 Little Questions...

Started by Roman Payne in Reflections on Life. Last reply by A. H. Jessup Jun 24. 7 Replies

Dearest Members, I have four little, tiny questions for you.  They are simple multiple choice questions, no need for you to type any answers.  I bet it will take you literally 40 seconds to complete the entire task.  It is for a travel / socialogical study and you'll remain completely anonymous: Deep Gratitude for Your Participation,RomanContinue

Lesbian reading corner

Started by Elizabeth Hodge in Literature Talk May 27. 0 Replies

Hi!I'm starting a discussion focused on lesbian fiction by lesbian writers. If you are interested in joining in, please feel free to join in. The main ground rule is that the homophobia must be checked at the door.Continue

Tags: writing, writers, lesbians, Women

Prose/Poetry Blog Posts

Every Known Distraction

Posted by Lee Crase on August 18, 2014 at 8:21pm 0 Comments

Hi all!

I have a new blog site called Every Known Distraction, and it is an offering of creative writing prompts to help you past whatever distractions or fits of "writer's block" you might encounter throughout the day.

Check out today's prompt, Dreaming of the Bones, which uses a piece of Instrumental Poetry inspired in part by the work of W.B. Yeats . . . and, well,…


Hanging on to Hope

Posted by Terri Vega - T. Drew on August 16, 2014 at 1:20am 2 Comments

Photo Credit - Rostislav Kralik - Public Domain Pictures

Before I get started I would like to apologize for the long wait between this and my last post. I was having some computer issues which prevented me from being able to write. However, that…


For A Book Newly Received In My Desk—Called 'Baudelaire's Revenge'

Posted by Nithin Purple on August 14, 2014 at 5:30am 0 Comments

He left, and am alone in a seat—how to read this Historical fiction by my favorite author, Bob Van Laerhoven,some aims are surrounding with  me and his book 'Baudelaire's Revenge'— has good diversity in its own way, would be it took many years for him to construct this Ideas. Long as I knew he is a traveler and a great fan of History—I too fall to that genre in one or other way,secretly by extreme passion…


Death of a Dove

Posted by Cherylyn Vardi on August 10, 2014 at 5:10am 0 Comments

A metal rain falls and punctures the morning

Dialogues of dread smother the breeze

Metalliferous clouds imprison the sunlight

Frightened faces carve the air with their screams

Hot flashes of terror nightmare the moment

Eagle and Hawk devour the dove

An olive tree weeps over the loss of her herald

While two nations beg mercy from political thugs


Animosity and enmity spread like wildfire

Igniting minds to wasteful…




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