Thursday, May 6, 2010

Network with Us May 2010

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Want to learn how to get your book on the shelves at libraries? See The Savvy Book Marketer's Guide to Selling Your Book to Libraries.

What does the afterlife hold?

Find out on Lynn Serafinn’s Garden of the Soul Radio Show May 5 when author, transformation coach and book promotion coach Lynn Serafinn hosts the author of the book, More Than Meets the Eye: True Stories About Death, Dying, and Afterlife, Yvonne Perry.

After having two near-death experiences, Yvonne Perry, found that her ability to see, hear, and sense the spirit world became more sensitive. Battling unseen forces and trying to understand why the deceased were coming to her, she took up a personal mission to research and explore this psychic gift that she and her grandmother (who also had a near-death experience) share.

On May 5, 2010, Lynn and Yvonne will discuss why some people are reluctant to talk about death, dying, afterlife, spirit communication, near-death experience, and other end-of-life issues, as well as the common phenomenon of being visited by the spirit of a deceased loved one, and how we are still connected even after we leave the body behind.

Listeners can tune in LIVE or "on demand" any time after broadcast at Listener questions: call 646-727-3449 during broadcast (US number). An online chat room is available during the show for people to ask questions/make comments.

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Virtual Book Tour May 2010
Join Us! Linda will be traveling the hemisphere: India * England * United Kingdom * Canada * New Zealand * USA Find out more . . .

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Enter the Writing Show Slush Pile Workshop

The Writing Show announces a new podcast series designed to help you practice capturing readers’ attention: “The Writing Show Slush Pile Workshop.” Inspired by literary agent Kristin Nelson’s two-page pitch sessions, Writing Show host Paula B. and freelance editor Ann Paden will play agent and comment on your anonymous submissions on the show.

We’re sure you know by now how important it is to hook a prospective agent or publisher in your first couple of pages. But if you send your work out before it’s ready, you could squander an important opportunity. Don’t risk it. Try your material out on us first—for free!

Full details at

The Dream Quest One Poetry & Writing Contest is open to anyone who loves expressing innermost thoughts and feelings into the beautiful art of poetry or to write a short story that is worth telling everyone! And to all who have the ability to dream. Write a poem or short story for a chance to win cash prizes. All works must be original.

Frankie, the disabled dachshund known as the walk 'n roll dog, is featured in a new book which was released March 2010 by Penguin/Tarcher Publishing. Every Dog Has a Gift, by Rachel McPherson are true stories of dogs who bring hope and healing into our lives. A portion of the proceeds benefits to The Good Dog Foundation which educates others on the many benefits of animal-assisted therapy.

Design your magnetic life and business vision as a writer in one hour or less! Email Joyce Shafer, You Are More! Empowerment Coach, at to receive the free PDF.

Many thanks!
Joyce Shafer

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Smash Cake Magazine Call for Submissions:

Smash Cake Magazine, a print literary magazine based out of Nashville, is now soliciting submissions for our Fall 2010 issue.

We are open to all genres and forms, and seek writing and art which emotionally and unexpectedly moves the reader. While we are picky and accept only a select few of the overall submissions we receive, we are equally happy to hear from published writers and new authors alike. Your writing stands on its own merits when we evaluate your piece, regardless of your previous publication credits. We don’t care who you know; just make us feel something amazing.

Smash Cake offers a token payment and features poetry, fiction (from flash length to novellas), creative non-fiction, photographs, and artwork. See our submission guidelines at for complete details. Pre-ordering information for the forthcoming issue is also available at our website under the “purchase” tab.

Need help with using Twitter? Check out Dana Lynn Smith's Twitter Guide for Authors.

WITS now offers virtual blog tours for authors needing online exposure for their books.

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