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Burn baby burn! Your path to the publisher.

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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 bookclub@10daybookclub.com

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Cultivate your writing – Gather seeds for planting later.

By Amaryllis Holloway -Turman    The other day I was eating an orange. Normally, I would not have thought that would initiate any spark of inspiration. It seemed that this orange had a copious amount of seeds in each segment. … Continue reading

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Guest blogging slots open!

10 Day Book Club introduces guest bloggers. We encourage people to share their love of writing. Send your submission to guestblog@10daybookclub.com and include your contact information within the content. All submissions must be written by the author. 400 – 600 … Continue reading

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“Wings of Freedom” is a mixture of drama, romance and history.

The novel depicts a cross-cultural romance set during the fury of British imperialism and the social-cultural divide in early twentieth-century turbulent British India. 

It’s the year 1911. King George the Fifth is due in Delhi for his coronation celebration. A devastating … Continue reading

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“Is China Making Its Move?” Guest blog by Allen Currie

By Allen Currie China offers other Brics renminbi loans By Henny Sender in Hong Kong and Joe Leahy in São Paulo March 7, 2012 8:06 pm China intends to extend renminbi loans to other Brics nations, in another step towards … Continue reading

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Virtual book clubs are unique marketing tools.

Recently published author, Michelle Oeltjen, has this to say about her 10 Day Book Club experience: “I highly enjoyed working with Gayle and utilizing her site (10DBC) to assist me in gaining invaluable feedback on my first book. The process … Continue reading

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