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Guest Post: When You Don’t Know What To Do by Kathryn Graves

When You Don’t Know What To Do “I can’t help you with that, ma’am. I’m not technical support,” the young man on the other end of the phone line said. “Can you connect me with someone who is?” I said. “There’s a service you can pay.” I hung my head and closed my eyes. A tear slipped down my cheek. I didn’t have any more money. Discouragement bit into my heart. I thanked the man…

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Guest Post: Janice Cantore, Author, Retired Police Officer shares about police and first responders during a crisis like Hurricane Harvey

I am thrilled to have Janice Cantore guest post today!   I am such a fan of her books. She shares with us some thoughts about police and first responders especially during a crisis like Harvey.     About Janice Cantore Janice Cantore is a retired Long Beach police officer who now writes suspense novels to keep readers engrossed and leave them inspired. Her twenty-two years of experience on the force lend authenticity to her…

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Do you have an effective author website? (sponsored post)

FTC disclosure: this post is a sponsored post provided by our advertiser, Jamie’s Notebook. Jamie’s Notebook “gives you a voice with the written word” through providing consulting, writing and coaching services. If you’re an author, especially one who is self-published, you know there’s so much more involved than simply writing the book. You must help market your book and establish a platform including several forms of online communications. The most vital online platform for an…

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Tips for getting the perfect author headshot (sponsored post)

FTC Disclosure: This post is a paid advertisement agreement between More Than A Review and the client. On the back sleeve of most books, there is usually a picture of the author, smiling and sitting in an environment that just feels right. So how do you get that perfect picture? As is true for every professional in every industry, a professional image is vital if you want to be taken seriously. This also applies to…

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Christian Fiction Readers Retreat Makes an Impressive Debut!

I asked Rebecca if she would share with us her experience at the first Christian Fiction Readers Retreat.  I am definitely adding it to my list of retreats/conferences for next year.  Thanks for sharing Rebecca. Christian Fiction Readers Retreat Makes an Impressive Debut! Drawing readers, reviewers, bloggers and aspiring writers from up and down the East Coast (and beyond!), the August 24, 2016  Christian Fiction Readers Retreat in Nashville, Tennessee made its impressive debut. Scheduling…

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