An Interview with Andrew Crofts

An Interview with Andrew Crofts The best-selling author discusses ghostwriting and more. a guest post by  Necole Hardison Andrew Crofts is the author of numerous ghost-written autobiographies and the “dangerously inspirational” How to Make Money from Freelance Writing. His latest novel, The Overnight Fame of Steffi McBride is the memoir of a fictional teenage soap star and a cautionary fable about the perils of celebrity. Thewritemyessay team: How did you start out as a ghost writer? Andrew … [Continue reading...]

FROM NOTHING a Rockin’Novel by Ken Goldstein

  Nothin' from nothin' leaves nothin'-You gotta have somethin' If you wanna be with me- Nothin' from nothin' leaves nothin' You gotta have somethin'-If you wanna be with me! You may recognize those lyrics from an old Billy Preston song from the 70's. I remember that song Nothin' from Nothin" from my High School days (yes I'm that old). The reason I put the lyrics there is because the first thing I did after reading the last page of FROM NOTHING is download this song to my … [Continue reading...]

The Best Books On Healthy Nutrition

The Best Books On Healthy Nutrition Many people take for granted the importance of nutrition and the positive effects it can have on our bodies. Sure, we’re all familiar with the food pyramid, but how many of us apply its basic principles into our lives. What people don’t know about nutrition, is that it not […]

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ME and C.S.Lewis ’ Chronicles of Narnia series

A Guest Post by Alice Foster The Lion, The Fury And The Collection It has charmed me decades – closely – to lastly pick up another C.S. Lewis paperback and read it. In high-class faction I peruse Lewis’ book, “That Heinous Potency” and wholly missed Lewis’ message. Complete decade later I read Lewis’ “Mere Christianity” […]

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Eric The Spider : a Picture book by Elaine Madle

  The Adventures of Eric the Spider by Elaine Madle and Illustrated by Shaun Madle       How Eric came about by Elaine Madle   Everyone knows a friendly, cheeky, chappy who is always willing to help. Eric was created with not just one person in mind, but from a combination of my own […]

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So , You Started a Blog. Now What?

  What’s that? Blog you say.What exactly is a Blog anyway? Well according to Wikipedia the word Blog is a truncation of the word “WEBLOG”. Yeah I had to look up Truncation too! (They took the “WE” off the word). Who THEY are I still don’t know. Ok so you thought long and hard about […]

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The Cats of Laughing Thunder in The New Business Adventure

                                                                          The Cats of Laughing Thunder in                                                                       The New Business                                                                        AVENTURE   Follow the adventures of the Cats of Laughing Thunder in this funny children’s chapter book series as the cats each launch a business to earn money. Sven starts a cooking show with dishes that are a bit bizarre. Yolanda builds […]

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Bubba and Squirt’s Big Dig to China

                                     Bubba and Squirt’s                        Big Dig                                                                      to                       China   Sherry Ellis Sept 2018 ISBN:  9781939844507 Dancing LeMur […]

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Catalina and the Kings Wall by Patty Costello

There once was a pretty girl named Catalina, that lived with the King and she baked delicious desserts. Catalina’s family lived in the nearby village and she was so excited to get to visit them. One day the King decided he wanted to build a wall to keep the village people out.  This really upset […]

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Top 10 Books on Cars and their History

Top 10 Books on Cars and their History   The history of the car is one of the most popular historical topics. Everyone likes to look at and learn about classic cars and older models that laid the groundwork for the vehicles that we drive each and every day. This is perhaps why there are […]

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The ABC’s of Living Green

               The ABC’s of Living Green Theresa A. McKeown Illustrated by: Arisbet Sandoval Cantu 2018 ISBN:  978-0-692-93965-9 The ABC’s of Everything, LLC info@theabcsofeverything.com   The ABC’s of Living Green’ by Theresa A. McKeown is Beautiful inspirational and enjoyable .  This is a poetry book written for children, but  actually could be for all ages.  Poetry […]

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Losing Adam by Adrienne Clarke

Losing Adam by Adrienne Clarke Book stats: Genre(s): Young adult Medium: Print Number of pages: 217 Publish date: April 5th, 2018 Purchase: Amazon – Book Depository – Barnes & Noble What happens when the person you love most in the world suddenly becomes a stranger? Adam and Jenny’s world is falling apart. Their dream of attending college together away from home quickly […]

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Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron

Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron James Turner 2017 ISBN:  978-1-38-896262-3 359 pages A world of dreams in many ways and James Turner has written a young adult novel entitled ‘Theo Paxstone and the Dragon of Adyron.  Theo Paxstone, a mechanic, with imagination.  He and his friends seem to live in two worlds.  A […]

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The “You’ve Got to be Dead to Qualify” List of Most Famous American Authors

The “You’ve Got to be Dead to Qualify” List of Most Famous American Authors   Making up such a list is obviously subjective: famous to whom? On what basis? Does quality matter? So maybe think of this as my personal list of the best of the most famous American authors. Mark Twain 1.Mark Twain – […]

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How To Raise Kids to Love Food, Their Bodies, and Themselves

How To Raise Kids to Love Food, Their Bodies, and Themselves By Heidi Schauster, MS, RDN, CEDRD-S Author of How to Heal Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Self There are confusing messages about how to eat. Each week brings a new “healthy eating plan” that is “cleaner.” Sounding like breakthroughs, most of them are […]

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Sara Flutterbye and the Spooky Woods

                                                       Sara Flutterbye                                 and the                              Spooky                       Woods Written by: John Hallis Illustrated by: Natalie Krug ISBN: 978-0-9984718-0-8 46 pages What is friendship?  John and Natalie have written and illustrated the story of ‘Sara Flutterbye and the Spooky Woods’ that show what many forms that friendship […]

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Interview with Sophie McAloon author of Top Choice

      Canadian-based indie author Sophie McAloon launched her debut YA novel in the United States this spring , TOP CHOICE is an exciting and thought-provoking story of first love and rebellion. It takes place in a near-future world where strongest and biggest and most ruthless has been replaced by smartest and fairest and […]

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How To Organize Your Financial Life

           How to Organize Your Financial Life Getting organized financially is especially important to financial success. Being organized financially means never missing payments on bills, or accidentally paying something twice. Being organized also helps for tax time to be much less stressful and can help a person to reach individual savings goals. Below are eight […]

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KD Novelties-Personalizing Children’s Books

Your Child is the STAR of Each Story!®Personalizing Children’s Books, Kid’s Music & Gifts Since 2002 Want to get something really cool for your kids ? Something they will absolutely love? Check out KD Novelties. These folks have created something very cool. What they do is integrate  your child into a storybook creating Personalizing Children’s […]

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The Fed-Up Cow; a Rhyming Picture Book

                                                                                           The Fed-Up Cow                                                                                                                a Picture Book by Peta Lemon & Maria Dasic Todoric  Join Hilda, the fed-up cow, on her voyage of self-discovery in this daft but timeless story, written in rhyme. The Fed-up Cow is beautifully illustrated and contains an important message: be happy with who you are.    Who […]

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