Posts Tagged ‘NOOK’

Audible audiobook winners to be announced soon!

The winners of the BLOWN audiobook by Audible will be announced soon. I have contacted the winners and am awaiting replies. As soon as I have all the confirmations, I will post the names. Congratulations to the winners. There will be more giveaways in the near future so don’t miss out, sign up for my…

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ForeWord Review of BLOWN

Reviewed by Lynn Evarts, ForeWord Reviews April 17, 2015 Barrett simultaneously advances the plot and character development with fast action scenes and observant descriptions. “Once in, never out.” In Chuck Barrett’s first-rate thriller, Blown, this oath between Army Delta Force comrades brings peril and violence into the life of Gregg Kaplan. From the opening scene…

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Getting an Endorsement (blurb) for your book…

Finding endorsements or blurbs for your book and book jacket is no easy task. No one likes asking another author or a subject expert to read, review, and publicly endorse your book. What if they hate it? What if they disagree with it? Or what if they say no? The general understanding is if the…

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Your Publishing Imprint Is A Reflection Of You…

WHAT’S IN A NAME? First and foremost, your imprint needs a name. It is a reflection of you. Either who you are or how you want to be portrayed. Like most people who got into the independent publishing business for various reasons, I had to choose a name for my imprint as well. I wanted…

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Publishing Unchained—Publisher Responsibility

  My father once told me that if something was worth doing, it was worth doing right. I took the same approach with writing and publishing. Don’t confuse the two. This book is not about writing. The market is already flooded with wonderful and informative guides about writing and writing well. All I can suggest…

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Thriller Authors Share Secrets — "How to Write the Thriller"

 Thriller authors share secrets — “How to Write the Thriller” Readers of thriller novels are literary adrenalin junkies, addicted to the plot-driven roller-coaster rides and white-knuckle suspense. That’s why the thriller has become one of the most popular forms of contemporary fiction today. A panel of area thriller writers will provide tips on “How to…

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