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No sparkly vampires here – ‘New Blood’ by Donna Ansari (review & a recipe)

Posted by on Mar 15, 2012 in Books, Cabin Cooking, Dessert, Humor, Indie Projects & Promotions, Reading, Review & a Recipe, Reviews | 1 comment

A great addition to my “Thank GODS it doesn’t Sparkle” Vampire selection! Plus a recipe for

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No need to lose ALL your nickers – Its your LUCKY week – 2 for 1 ebooks (#winwithebooks)

Posted by on Mar 15, 2012 in Authors, Books, Giveaways & Contests, Indie Projects & Promotions | 0 comments

Now now before you get all silly on me, I was trying to be clever and nicker is Irish Slang for Money as in a dated UK colloquialismor for 
a sovereign; a guinea. Later: one pound sterling; (formerly also) one Australian pound.  And beware, the plural of nicker is nicker, but I was being CLEVER so see it is not KNICKER Bunneh! Knickers are always plural even when there’s only one pair, and are not usually acceptable as currency. (Depends on with whom you are doing business…) Snickers is a sweet bar that Baloo last bought when it was called Marathon. (Mars probably haven’t noticed, but there are a few of us not buying them.)


March 15-18, 2012 BUY ONE GET ONE FREE All books are $0.99  AND another great contest for Amazon Gift Cards!

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Saturday Night Shout Out – Finding Your Voice (#winwithebooks Guest Post by B.K. Walker)

Posted by on Mar 10, 2012 in Authors, Books, Guest Posts, Indie Projects & Promotions | 3 comments

B.K. Walker is another great author that Win With eBooks is promoting for the March 15-18th event. Today I am going thrilled to offer you this great piece she has passed on for me to share with all of you! SO site back and enjoy!

So You wanna be a writer? Read on, Ms. Walker has some great advice!

Finding Your Voice – Can You Be The Writer You’ve Always Wanted to Be?

I’ve worked with many authors and writers over the last couple of years. It amazes me the talent that I constantly come across. I’m not talking just mediocre talent, I’m talking the next Nora Roberts or Nicholas Sparks kind of talent. I’ve helped authors and writers in many different aspects of writing and marketing, including interviews where I ask authors advice, and what they wished they knew before hand.

As many of you know, I interview authors live on Blog Talk Radio at my very own show called BK Media Entertainment. This is where I get down to the nitty gritty of writing

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Browncoats Represent… Gamer Girl is in the house (well cabin)

Posted by on Feb 16, 2012 in Cabin Commentary, Crazy Derailment, Fun, Gaming, Nerd Lovin', Reading, Reviews | 0 comments

(Currently dancing in my Mario Bros. T-shirt wearing my Evil Dead PJ bottoms)

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“I believe in Ghosts” Guest Post by Coral Russell, Author of Amador Lockdown

Posted by on Jan 28, 2012 in Authors, Books, Guest Posts, Indie Projects & Promotions, Writing | 1 comment

Spooky Saturday greetings everyone! I have a lot of plans in the works, many of which include not only sharing my treasured recipes and the magic of my spoon with you, but also introducing some of my latest and greatest finds in the Indie Publishing arena!  As a preemptive strike to a great project I am part of ! (Her book is over there,  in that cool widget on your right from Amazon and the dates of the contest above that!) As a way to promote these amazing writers, I wanted to share with you the woman behind the curtain of Win With eBooks, Coral Russell. She an Indie Publisher, a book blogger and reviewer, award wining writer and fiction author with her latest piece of work,  Amador Lockdown. She also produces techno-savvy videos for those of us that cannot seem to figure out how many of the latest SEO sites work!

See more about Coral and how to stalk her, her works and find her here on the W3 after this post! Again, Thank you Coral for being here today and sharing this tale with all of us today!

I believe in ghosts
by Coral Russell

I have had strange experiences in my life that has led me to believe that there is ‘something’ beyond this life.

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