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 Duncan Lloyd My new novel, “Elena” is coming out in July through May December Publications. It will be available as an E book or paper back on Amazon. You could say I have been writing this novel for 50 years, ever … Continue reading →
By David Ritchie When writing fiction for young readers, you have to balance opposites. How? Create counterweights, so to speak, that keep characters and story in balance. This is why, in action stories, crafting the villain is so important. He’s the counterweight to the hero. … 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
Questions answered at email@example.com
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 →