Category Archives: poetry
By Malobi Sinha, Author There is no substitute for good writing. If you feel you need to hone your skills, then attend a writing course. And, as with everything else in life, practice does make perfect. There are a few … Continue reading →
By Gayle Gross, Founder of Great Authors by 10 Day Book Club Skinny dogs, tall dogs, short dogs. The shape IS all it is cracked up to be – NOT that important. Wish I could say the same for my … Continue reading →
By George Molho We all do it at least sometimes—going to a negative place while waiting for something you want to happen if you don’t get good news immediately. You may be waiting for a call from a friend who … Continue reading →
By Linnea Larsen The Pages Inside She jumped out of her car and ran through the doors of a McDonald’s restaurant. She wasn’t starving. She wasn’t dying of thirst. She wasn’t desperate for a bathroom. She was late for work. She … Continue reading →
Get ready to join the dance. Getting your writing into the hands of a publisher is hard enough and if you choose to publish on your own writing – good luck! It is a tough market.
We offer a one-of-a-kind solution with virtual book clubs. Your manuscript is read by a professional reader while your work takes the readers’ litmus test. Readers from around the world have an opportunity to provide feedback on your writing before publishing. It is a great way to tell if you are truly touching your market.
We are excited to share your word AND send you down the burning path to publishing. A virtual book club is the hottest thing for the writer who is not afraid of the heat.
May 15 is the final day for June submissions. http://10daybookclub.com
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By Robert W. Pollock, Ed. D., Author of ‘Teacher Interviews: How to Get Them & How to Get Hired!’ Imagine this; you read about a large district holding a job fair, and within the list of posted positions is one that … Continue reading →
10 Day Book Club introduces guest bloggers. We encourage people to share their love of writing. Send your submission to email@example.com and include your contact information within the content. All submissions must be written by the author. 400 – 600 … Continue reading →