Title: MIRACLE MAN
Author: William Leibowitz
Publisher: Manifesto Media Group
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The victim of an unspeakable crime, an infant rises to become a new type of superhero. Unlike any that have come before him, he is not a fanciful creation of animators, he is real.
So begins the saga of Robert James Austin, the greatest genius [...]
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Shelley Schanfield’s passion for Buddhism and yoga arose sixteen years ago, when she and her son earned black belts in Tae Kwon Do. The links between the martial arts and Buddhist techniques to calm and focus the mind fascinated her. By profession a librarian, Shelley plunged into research about the time, place, and spiritual traditions [...]
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Pump Up Your Book! is proud to announce Darin Gibby’s CHASING HINDY (Koehler Books) virtual book tour April 3 – June 30. Darin will be guest appearing at blogs throughout the U.S. and international regions talking about his phenomenal new thriller that critics are saying is a well written face pace novel!
In addition [...]
In a way, Emily Rose Ross blames McDonald’s.
Or maybe she has McDonald’s to thank for the fact that at age 13, she’s a professional author. Her 218-page sci-fi fantasy book, “Blue’s Prophecy,” will officially be released on May 15 by TitleTown Publishing, based in Green Bay, Wis.
Back in fourth grade, Emily was “regularly dragged” to McDonald’s [...]
I have a very special guest today. Bestselling author Sheila Roberts has seen her books translated into over a dozen languages. Her novels On Strike for Christmas and The Nine Lives of Christmas were made into movies for the Lifetime and Hallmark channels. When she’s not hanging out with her girlfriends or dancing with her [...]
Publishers have more options for publishing than ever: e-books, print-on-demand, offset printing, downloads, audiobooks, podcasts, blogs, websites, a series of articles or videos.
Books can generate more profits than ever. People are buying content in more forms, formats, media, and countries than ever.
Publishers can coordinate publication worldwide. They can plan the timing and marketing of their [...]
Part of the joy of being an indie author is that you can choose to do things your own way. Sometimes you may feel compelled not only to defy trade publishing conventions, but to fly in the face of received wisdom on the self-publishing circuit. Thus rather than pursue the POD [...]