When I first began my journey I wasn't sure where I would end up. Well. . .my book Better Late Than Never was released April, 10, 2009 and has been the number one best-selling novel with my publisher since. This is very exciting news to me! I look forward to the rest of The Smith Sister Trilogy being released as well as my future works. If you haven't picked up your copy of Better Late Than Never here is your chance.…
New York, New York ~ May 1, 2009 Famed actor, Wesley Snipes will headline the African American Pavilion at BookExpo America 2009 on Saturday, May 30th at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City.
Snipes, best known for his starring roles in numerous blockbuster movies including Jungle Fever, New Jack City, Passenger 57, Money Train, White Men Can't Jump, To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar and the cult classic… Continue
Added by P Andrews on May 2, 2009 at 11:54am —
Author and librarian Bridget Zinn had an eventful February. She found an agent for her YA novel, she got married and she was diagnosed with stage four cancer. Mark met Bridget at the second annual KidLit Conference last fall. We were shocked and saddened by her bad news.
EMPixx judges share- "Your overall body of work ranked among the top 2% in the competition!"
Circle of Seven Productions won three EMPixx Awards this week. The EMPixx Awards were started by some of the same people who started the prestigous Telly Awards and are a competition based award system.
The winning videos are-
Found Client- Simon & Schuster Publishing
Found won the Platinum Award, which is the highest award, in the category for Children's… Continue
Even in troubled times, it helps to escape into a solid but fantastic story with engaging and lovable but idiosyncratic characters speaking dialogue that “reads like eavesdropping.” Mixing the bygone ideals of the past with the shady realities of today can seriously satisfy a reader’s soul. Gabriela Herink’s new book The Gifted Ones does just that in a fresh and natural style.
At the tender age of three, when most little girls were playing with dolls and talking to imaginary friends,… Continue
Author/Illustrator Lane Smith (on JOMB) walks us through his thought process and style decisions for two books he's working on that will be published in 2009 -- Princess Hyacinth (The Surprising Tale of a Girl Who Floated) with Florence Parry Heide due out September 22, 2009; and The Big…Continue
I am excited to announce that I have finished the line edits Better Late Than Never the first book in the Smith Sister's Trilogy for its release! It was nice to hear the editor compliment my plot and fortunately the revisions were simple. The release date is set for the middle of April 10, 2009.
In first story, BETTER LATE THAN NEVER, Kristen Smith loves to work with children and her life-long dream of opening her own childcare center has finally come true. Everything couldn’t… Continue
Finally!!! Mark has produced more than half of the videos from our six-day holiday to Connecticut and North Hampton -- our November 2008 Rock Stars of Reading road trip. This means we'll begin publishing the video series, one video at-a-time, beginning on March 31; filling up the "off-days" in the Just One More Book!! publishing cycle until all of the videos are available.
To prove this is really happening, here is a promotional video for the series. It's an extract from…
Georgia Woodbine’s Personal Economic Stimulus Plan:
She Tells All How To Stimulate Your Own Personal Economy
Westchester, New York [March 2009] – What do you do? When you don’t know what to do? Bestselling Author/ Speaker/Life Coach Georgia Woodbine share her insight on how people can fight the recession through purpose and ingenuity. She shows others how to tap into their creative ambitions and develop future goals. Her tools and strategies… Continue
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MY MAN, MICHAEL proves you can be both a lover and a fighter! Combining mixed martial arts, romance and time travel!
The previous book in this series made both the USA Today and NY Times bestseller lists!
Michael thinks an injury will keep him from fighting again until a woman shows up and promises to heal him. But, he must travel with her and teach a community of woman warriors to fight in return.
Imagine Michael’s surprise when she fulfills her end of the bargain and finds… Continue
“The Cry of the Cuckoos” is the story of a son separated from his biological mother for over sixty years. They were reunited for the first time after she becomes a suspect in the murder of his father. Donald Drummond, the main character, is a retired news reporter. Award-winning writer John Wayne Cargile incorporates similarities from his own life in this novel of romance, murder, and intrigue.
Cargile’s character development reflects his understanding of flawed personalities. His… Continue