Letter From Heaven

Imagine if you got a letter from Heaven. I did... The story below first appeared at the EncouragingDads.com website under the title 'My Dad Was No Bully.' Dad died in 1987 aged 64 years. I am now 70 years old. I still miss him. Now imagine this – imagine for a moment...

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How to Schedule Recurring Tweets

This post How to Schedule Recurring Tweets is aimed at the many indie authors who find Twitter confusing or just don't get it. Help is at hand! Twitter really does work if you understand it. That is especially true for indie authors. I have proved it time and time...

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Smashwords Smashing Words?

Is Smashwords smashing words? I have discovered a lot about Smashwords. It's a great tool for indie authors and many probably don't use it or understand it. I fell into that last category at one time. In fact when I started out as an indie author knowing nothing. I...

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Book Review: The Plainview Lottery

The Plainview Lottery by Markas Dvaras My rating: 3 of 5 stars The Plainview Lottery: A Town Learns a Hard Lesson in Basic Economics Kindle Edition by Markas Dvaras (Author) This book started off so promisingly but ultimately lead to disappointment. I am not...

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Why Authors Can Be Proud To Be Indie!

I hear and read of so many authors seeking agents and/or a publishing deal. Why bother? Seriously! Allow me to explain why authors can be proud to be indie. I am. I am proud. Once upon a time I too thought it would be great to have an agent and a publishing contract...

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Twitter Basics & Lists For Authors

This post was prompted by my continued membership and participation in a Facebook group known as Real Lives, a team of authors who have penned biographies or memoirs. It is one of many author teams under the umbrella of BooksGoSocial. It became clear to me many...

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Stephen Bentley, a freelance writer, bestselling Amazon author and Huffington Post UK blogger  from the UK, and a former barrister (trial attorney – nothing to do with coffee!),  police detective, sales manager, truck driver, motorcycle courier, etc., etc.

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