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I want to do my best to make sure my little girl has a good start in life. I also want to make sure that beyond being good in school, she has a good head on her shoulders. I want to make sure I do what I can to prepare her for life.
So hey, why not start teaching her about the basics of money?!?! I brought the idea of doing a blog radio series of she and I reading from this cool ebook entitled "How Money Works for Kids: A Parent's Guide" and she was down for the experience.
In fact, she immediately went to her money bank and counted her cheese after we looked at one of the budgets in the book. This is going to be so much fun and educational for both of us. Hey, why don't you guys read along with us? Call me, message me or email me to get your free copy of the ebook so you can go on this learning journey with Najah and I.
I can be reached at 312-715-8834 or email@example.com. Also feel free to take a look at my website to see other projects that I'm working on http://cynthiaclarkbookclub.com
What if you had a book signing and no one came? First of all, you wouldn’t be alone. It happens to nearly everyone. As an entertainment publicity expert I’m ready to show how you how can stack the odds in your favor with careful planning for publicity and an event no one wants to miss. Does your book have a tie-in with a cause? Use it! These topics are important to authors in their promotion toolkit.
My guest on this episode is Lady Elizabeth Tullos, author of Ivory Wild, a fast paced, action-adventure thriller set in Africa. Charlotte Durach embarks on a mission to Lake Chad, Africa with her zoologist fiancée Quinn to study the environmental issues surrounding the lake.
While studying the endangered elephants Quinn is kidnapped by ruthless ivory poachers. Horrified at the atrocity of ivory poaching and the senseless slaughter of elephants for nothing more than greed, Charlotte wages a one-woman war against the poachers for Quinn's survival and to protect the elephants.
Lady Tullos employed the sights and sounds of Africa to produce a rousing book launch. She is a strong advocate for the protection of elephants from poachers.
You have a front row seat at this show! We’re excited to meet you and take your calls, too.
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Hey Carletta and I are reading this awesome ebook called "How Money Works". I think it's an ebook that should be read at least on a yearly basis just to keep us on our toes about why we work all these hours every week.
Hey, why don't you read along with us?!?! This is the Cynthia Clark Book Club Radio Show for crying out loud. I want to make sure that all of you have a free copy of the ebook. So, email me or call me to get your FREE copy today. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org and my phone number is 312-715-8834. Carletta can be reached at 312-545-0757.
We would love to have you join us on our learning journey.
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IN THE FIRST HOUR: Dax Has Your Number! - Calculating Your Life Path & Attitude Numbers! - Dr Dax Carlisle and Susanne Warnett discuss how to calculate your Life Path & Attitude Numbers, in Numerology! ..Plus take your Calls for Free Readings – insights into Life, Love, Career & MORE!
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Dialogue is the art of putting words in the character's mouths. It helps the writer tell the story and is a great way to reveal back-story (what happened to bring the characters to this point). Dialogue is also used to refer to a situation that one or more of the characters already knows about, but the reader does not. Sometimes dialogue is used to hint at what might come. Writing compelling dialogue can be challenging, because it often is not the way people really speak. As a vehicle that moves the story along, it shouldn't be dull, boring or too lengthy.
Our guest for this show is Mike Dennis, who writes outstanding dialogue. Mike is the author of eight mystery books and multiple short stories. He also is a narrator for audio books and a former professional musician.
We will discuss how to create dynamic dialogue in books--do's, don't's and tips and techniques. In addition, with Mike's expertise in audiobooks, we will touch on the importance of doing it right if the book is also planned as an audiobook.
Call-ins to the live show are welcome.