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A “military brat,” Elle was born in Germany and spent her childhood in such far-flung places as Puerto Rico, Charleston, S.C., Italy, and Washington D.C. Sadly, the only language she ever became semi-fluent in is English. Elle is the bestselling, self-published author of five novels—four romantic comedies and one thriller. Her first novel, The Frog Prince, became an Amazon bestseller in December 2010–a distinction it kept through the summer of 2012, when it peaked at #1
Elle's first self-published romantic comedy, The Frog Prince, became an Amazon bestseller in December 2010--a distinction it kept through the summer of 2012, when it peaked at #1 on Amazon's Top 100 List for Humor ahead of both Tina Fey and Janet Evanovich. She was one of the first authors to sign on to Amazon's KDP Select and to take advantage of that program's "free promo days," which she used on Valentine's Day 2012 to give away 45,000 copies of her novels, catapulting her second novel, Sleeping Beauty, to Amazon's bestseller list.
Elle's appearance on the Digital Book World's (DBW) Successful Self-Published Authors panel in January 2012 alongside New York Times bestsellers Bob Mayer and Bella Andre was noted in Publishers Weekly. In February 2012, she was named to Expert Messaging Group's "25 Self-Published Authors to Watch." She is considered a "reluctant expert" on the topic of electronic, independent-publishing (self-publishing), and consumer purchasing psychology, and she is well-known for taking advantage of her full creative control by pushing the envelope--and advising other independently published authors to do the same.
Elle’s first self-published romantic comedy, The Frog Prince, became an Amazon bestseller in December 2010–a distinction it kept through the summer of 2012, when it peaked at #1 on Amazon’s Top 100 List . In February 2012, Elle was named to Expert Messaging Group’s “25 Self-Published Authors to Watch.” She is considered a “reluctant expert” on the topic of self-publishing and consumer purchasing psychology, and she is well-known for taking advantage of her full creative control by pushing the envelope–and advising other self-published authors to do the same.
In March of 2012, Elle published an alternate ending version of her contemporary romance Sleeping Beauty called Sleeping Beauty Wakes Up! in response to fan feedback. Both books would go on to be named to Kindles & Wine “Best Reads of 2012.” T
In April 2012, Elle was invited to blog for Digital Book World’s Expert Publishing Blog, an industry blog with 20,000 subscribers. She almost immediately created a firestorm of controversy by suggesting that authors should respond to negative reader reviews. That blog was named to the Top 10 Digital Publishing Stories of 2012.
Elle’s first self-published romantic comedy The Frog Prince became an Amazon bestseller in December 2010—a distinction it kept through the summer of 2012, when it peaked at #1 on Amazon's Top 100 List for Humor. She was one of the first authors to sign on to Amazon's KDP Select and to take advantage of that program's "free promo days,” which she used on Valentine’s Day to give away 45,000 copies of her novels, catapulting Sleeping Beauty to Amazon&rsquo
How can someone unknowingly lead bullies to them? How do you stop it from happening to you?
In this show by a teen for teens, Elle from Punk Lavender hosts an advice podcast dedicated to giving advice to teens who want to survive their teen years, high school, and just life in general.
Vendredi 1er novembre 2013 de 14h00 à 16h00, le FDU/Inkingi, parti politique rwandais d'opposition a organisé un sit-in devant l'ambassade rwandaise à Bruxelles.
C'était par soutien et solidarité avec madame Victoire Ingabire, présidente du parti, incarcérée depuis trois ans au Rwanda.
La cour suprême rwandaise devait lire ce jour, le prononcé du jugement en appel de madame Victoire Ingabire.
Cette lecture a été reportée au 13 décembre 2013.
Madame Victoire Ingabire avait été emprisonnée en 2010 alors qu'elle était rentrée au Rwanda pour se présenter à la présidentielle contre monsieur Kagame. Pour l'arrêter, le pouvoir de Kigali avait avancé des raisons que l'opposition considère jusqu'aujourd'hui comme étant tr&e
THis is an action packed show......especially about those people who believe in GOD or DONT BELIEVE IN GOD! This is a forum for those to discuss how they feel about The ideology of religion regardless of denomination. Please bring an open mind discussion to this show!! Hosted by Oshay the Great, Tatted Up ROzay, Elle, and Clover.
Have you been seeing ads and reading online stories about fat busting lasers and new non-surgical skin tightening technologies? We're going to explore this subject with Bay Area Dermatolgoist, Dr. Christine Lee.
Dr. Lee is a Board-certified Dermatologist with a subspecialty in Mohs Micrographic Surgery/Skin Cancer/Facial Plastic Reconstruction, Laser Surgery, Cosmetic Surgery, and Advanced Dermatologic Surgery. She is the founder and Director of The East Bay Laser & Skin Care Center in Walnut Creek, CA, and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Dermatologic Surgery at the University of California, San Francisco.
Dr. Lee is an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of laser cosmetic surgery and is a research adviser and consultant to the laser and cosmetic industry. Dr. Lee has been featured in many media outlets including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Washington Post, New York Post, Time magazine, Chicago Tribune, Sacramento Bee, Parade, In-Style, Allure, Glamour, Seventeen, Fitness, Self, Shape, More, Marie Claire, Elle, Woman’s Day, Women's Health, ABC, CBS, NBC, Fox News, CNN, Lifetime Channel, and the Discovery Channel
The week has shifted from attacking Miley and her tongue-wagging ways to commenting on Elle Magazine's decision to put a coat-covered Melissa McCarthy on their fall cover. The outrage!!
Tamara will be discussing why it's important NOT to jump on the drama of the week and to stay focused on things that matter.
PLUS 'Twas the week before FIERCE... 10 days until the FIERCE awards!!
This show is about the comparison between the Jock male stereotype and the Nerd male stereotype from a woman's perspective. In this show, we will want to know why "The Game" (Jock Stereotype) is more attractive to the ladies compared to the "The Lame" (nerd stereotype). We will talk about how they compare in a relationship, sex, respect, as well as emotional security. This will be a good show so please tune in. Hosted by Oshay the Great, Clover, Elle, and Rozay.
Hello Everyone, Welcome to our 5th episode of Leigh!@Lunch. This week we will have Matt Bianco back with us interviewing artist Bruce Herman followed by Leigh's interview with Norman Geisler.
Bruce Herman is currently Lothlorien Distinguished Chair in Fine Arts at Gordon College. He completed both undergraduate and graduate fine arts degrees at Boston University School for the Arts. He studied under Philip Guston, James Weeks, David Aronson, Reed Kay, and Arthur Polonsky. His Work has been shown internationally, including in England, Italy, Canada, and Israel.His art is featured in many public and private collections including the Vatican Museum of Modern Religious Art in Rome; The Cincinnati Museum of Fine Arts; Decorova Museum in Lincoln, Massachusetts; and the Hammer Museum, Grunwald Print Collection, Los Angeles.
Norman Geisler has authored/coauthored over 80 books and hundreds of articles. He has taught theology, philosophy, and apologetics on the college or graduate level for over 50 years. He has served as a professor at some of the finest Seminaries in the United States, including Trinity Evangelical Seminary, Dallas Seminary, and Southern Evangelical Seminary. He now lends his talents to Veritas Evangelical Seminary in Murrieta, California, as the Distinguished Professor of Apologetics.
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