Guest Post by Uvi Poznansky – “The Descent into a Different Realm”

The Descent into a Different Realm by Uvi Poznansky Author of “Twisted”, “A Favorite Son”, “Apart From Love”, and “Home” I feel so elated to find out that every day, lately, great customer reviews are being posted for my new release, Twisted. They are quite elaborate, and with lovely eloquence they do their best to describe what this collection of...
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Guest Post by Richard Sutton – “Happily Treading the Thorny Genre Path…”

Happily Treading the Thorny Genre Path… by Richard Sutton   One of the most important marketing decisions a writer can make, when the time comes to market a new novel, is to determine which genre it will be assigned to. Of course, most of us wish our work were of such break-through proportions that all readers would admire it, yet that’s rarely possible. Since the net is rapidly...
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The Birth Of A Book – “When Lungs Fail To Cooperate”.

As you can see, our trip toward writing a book is still far off, and the posts still taken from April 2010. We (Denise and I) spent many hours at the transplant hospital.  We were either at the hospital for a test, an exam, or the emergency room for heart or lung problems. Add to that my growing list of pain medicines, and – well 2006 was a hard year for me. 2006 was a ponderous year for...
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Guest Blog By Catherine Stovall – “Health Benefits Of Reading”

Health Benefits Of Reading  by Catherine Stovall Exercising your body is certainly necessary to staying fit and healthy. It’s a given that you will see magazine ads, television commercials, and other literature telling you how important it is to get up and move. However, many people underestimate the power of the mind when it comes to health. You can’t blame them. How many mothers ever...
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The Birth Of A Book – “Enter The Heart Transplant Era “

I will never have the writing skills necessary to convey the depth and scope of emotion I felt during this period of my life. Fear, confusion,thoughts of death, despair – a few of the emotions that I battled every day. My family too. In 1990, as I departed from the Air Force, my doctor told us (Denise and I) that I would not survive five years without a new heart. That prophecy was put to...
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