JB’S JOURNAL FOR WRITERS

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BOOK & AUTHOR PROMOTION

JB’s Journal for Writers is a weekly newsletter dedicated to the writer who never has enough time and is crushed by information. The journal highlights important information to help writers sell books.

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7 MARKETING LESSONS FROM EYE-TRACKING STUDIES

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TOP 7 WEBSITES FOR BOOK AND AUTHOR PROMOTION

1) Write Globe:

https://writeglobe.com

2) Writers Support:

https://writers.support

3) Noble Authors:

https://nobleauthors.com

4) Books Online Directory:

http://booksonline.directory/

5) Creative Designers and Writers( free):

http://creativedesignerswriters.com/

6) Share News:

https://sharenews.live/bookListings.php

7) Ereader News Today :

http://ereadernewstoday.com/bargain-kindle-books/ShareShare

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A CRIME NOVEL. MYSTERY NOVEL, AND THRILLER

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WHAT IS yWRITER?

Organizing your chapters and scenes. Food for thought. You may want to take a look. And its free. Click here to read more.

HOW TO PUBLISH AN eBOOK: RESOURCES FOR AUTHORS by Jane Friedman

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SETH EXCERPT FOR YOUR READING ENJOYMENT

“I liked Seth.

The book and the man.”

Ray Simmons

READERS’ FAVORITE

 

Five minutes passed without a sound. Kat drove while Seth stared at the buildings along the streets. Saw nothing. His eyes were red, wet with tears. Billie was worse—broken. He told Seth he couldn’t escape from the endless parade of dead faces marching through his mind. The shame of being alive because someone else died. His family had moved on while he remained trapped in the hell of his former life.

Seth knew Billie’s pain. He lived with the same pain every day. But unlike Billie, there remained a strong will to live. He was aware there were peace and a chance to become alive again if he could escape from his surroundings and people.

“Billie any better?” Kat asked. Seth shook his head, rubbed his leg to satisfy an itch. “No, the depression sounds worse.”

“How many times did you two serve together?”

“Two deployments—Iraq and Afghanistan.”

“Next time I go to mass,” Kat said, “I’ll pray for him.”

“Thanks, Kat. He’s a good man. The best. Goddamn, I don’t want to lose him.”

“It’s good you’re going.”

“I just hope I’m not too late. Goddammit to hell, Billie never asked for any of this. All he did was follow orders from that asshole president. Look what it got him.”

“I’m sorry, Seth.”

Seth rubbed his nose, wiped his eyes to restore his vision. “Me too, Kat. Sorry, you had to hear that.”

“I’m not. It means you’re still alive. You have Billie. You’re not the lone wolf you think you are.”

“Whatever. Let’s go see Drummond.”

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