Today, we received an email from author Jim Musgrave who says, “Just a line or two to tell you that I sold four Kindle books and two paperback books in the first week I had them at BookBuzzr. That’s more marketing sales than I have ever had spending thousands of dollars on online campaigns and […]
Linda Yoshida, writing as Kaylin McFarren, minored in English in college and for the past twenty years has led PR/marketing efforts for several companies within her family’s international conglomerate. She is a wife and mother of three, and resides in Oregon. In addition to serving on numerous foundations and boards, she actively works with multi-published […]
Team BookBuzzr celebrated Holi – an Indian festival where friends smear color on each other. Here’s a sampling of the madness in our office yesterday!
Lynn Serafinn a BookBuzzr author is launching Spirit Authors and we at BookBuzzr would like to wish her the best! Spirit Authors is a membership site that will provide a comprehensive, inclusive, community-based programme for aspiring, first-time and experienced mind-body-spirit authors, to enable them to transform their personal dream into a life-changing business asset in […]
Dan Holloway is a Year Zero Writer; Organiser of the Free-e-day indie culture festival; blogger promoting the interests of readers and writers throughout the world and cyberspace; futurologist of publishing. Author of literary fiction; presenter of cultural studies papers; in search of a twenty-fifth hour in the day. BookBuzzr recently interviewed Dan Holloway who is […]
Writing since the late 70′, Aggie Villanueva’s first novel, Chase the Wind, Thomas Nelson 1983, was published before she was 30 and her second, Rightfully Mine, from Thomas Nelson in 1986. Rightfully Mine has been republished. For more information/photos/trailers see rightfullymine. Villanueva freelanced throughout the 80s, also writing three craft columns and three software review […]
Pamela Griffiths describes herself as “As a poet living in Loxley Valley in Sheffield England, it is natural for me to write poetry about the local dialect and the local area where I live. I write my poetry to entertain people in verse.” “I have lived in Sheffield all my life and my roots are […]