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Review of Rosco’s Pumpkin Patch Visit

About a year ago, I was lucky enough to have author K. Lamb review my book, Rosco the Rascal Visits the Pumpkin Patch, on her literacy blog. Just yesterday I put the ebook on sale for 99c for the month of October, so I thought this would be a good post to let readers know… Continue reading Review of Rosco’s Pumpkin Patch Visit

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Kids Books & Brews, San Diego

Please join me for a good cause today where you can bring the Mini-Me’s but hang out with other grown-ups at a grown-up place! 😉 Here’s the listing for the event with more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/403926109975774/ Join us for an afternoon of award-winning kids books and brews at Second Chance Beer Company! (Sorry kids, brews for… Continue reading Kids Books & Brews, San Diego

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Tilly & the Tooth Fairy

Recipe for Tilly & the Tooth Fairy: blend a hint of nostalgia with a dash of modern technology. Churn with attention to detail until it’s a deliciously captivating, beautiful bedtime story! Tilly & the Tooth Fairy Written by Brian G. Chambers Illustrated by Sondra N. Rymer Tilly & the Tooth Fairy is an enchanting tale… Continue reading Tilly & the Tooth Fairy

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How to Use the Holidays to Sell More Books

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
Written word media recently published a great post with ideas on how to take advantage of holiday marketing trends to sell your books. With Christmas fast approaching, I figured this is a great time to have a look at the main points: 1. Between mid-November and early January, everyone…