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Women Power Week Give Away: Nina Amir’s The NonFiction Book Proposal Demystified
By     |    Mar 23, 2015
Posted in: Books, Reviews, Uncategorized, Writing     |    3 Comments

Women Power Week Give Away: Nina Amir’s The NonFiction Book Proposal Demystified

Happy Monday! I’m excited to begin the Lit Ladies’ Women Power Week. As Spirit Lady mentioned in the kick-off post, we started our blog as a way to share our truths with others. So, it’s appropriate that our first spotlight this week is Nina Amir, an author, editor and life coach, who helps writers tell their stories, their own truths. Nina is the author of six books, including the bestselling […]

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Authorpreneur: How to Build a Business around Your Book (Book Review)
By     |    Feb 12, 2015
Posted in: Books, Publishing, Reviews, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    7 Comments

Authorpreneur: How to Build a Business around Your Book (Book Review)

Every writer loves and understands the business of publishing. Right? Wrong! The fact is most writers embark on their writing journey because they want to, um, write, but along the way, realization hits. Successful writers have to promote, market, brand, and build a business around their writing because that is the product they are selling to consumers. More than that, a writer has the opportunity to earn multiple streams of income around their book(s). […]

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Picture Book About Muhammad Yunus Brought Tears to My Eyes
By     |    Dec 8, 2014
Posted in: Guest Blog, Publishing, Reviews, Sandwich Lady, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    2 Comments

Picture Book About Muhammad Yunus Brought Tears to My Eyes

I am so honored to welcome picture book biography author Paula Yoo to the Lit Ladies today. She has written a beautiful book, Twenty-two Cents, about Muhammad Yunus and his work in Bangladesh to help people borrow money, as low as 22 cents, and pay it back without huge interest rates. His inspiration came from the poverty he witnessed as a child in Bangladesh because before he started his village bank, […]

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Help Me With Time Travel Books
By     |    Aug 26, 2014
Posted in: Humor, Reviews, Romance, Sandwich Lady, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    12 Comments

Help Me With Time Travel Books

Okay, so I recently read two great “time travel” books–Landline by Rainbow Rowell, which has a magic phone line to the past, and Time and Forever by Susan B. James, which has an actual ticket you buy to travel back in time and experience life in an earlier time. Neither book is like Marty McFly, where he starts to disappear if his parents don’t actually get together in the Back […]

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Humor Novel: The Opposite of Everything (Review and Giveaway)
By     |    May 6, 2014
Posted in: Books, News & Events, Parenting, Reviews, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    2 Comments

Humor Novel: The Opposite of Everything (Review and Giveaway)

We are honored to be a part of the WOW! Women On Writing blog tour for The Opposite of Everything by David Kalish. He is a playwright and novelist, and his work is being compared to Seinfeld. It was also just announced that David Kalish’s debut novel, The Opposite of Everything, has won a first prize in the Somerset Fiction Awards, a national contest that recognizes emerging new talent and […]

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