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Jake and the Man-Eating Picnic Basket – Peter Preston

“You don’t so much ‘read’ this book as you ‘experience’ it… a magical adventure full of crazy twists and lots of action.” – Jenna “Weird and fun and original and I can really see teens, especially boys, loving it.” – Samantha Jake Crabtree is an unwilling volunteer for his granddad’s inventions. They’re supposed to cure…
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COMING SOON: The Night Before Snow – Jude Goodwin

A beautiful collection of winter-themed poems The Night Before Snow The dark is holding its breath and folks are bedding down. They wear socks, pull up their grandmother’s quilts, a fire on the hearth coals warmly, dogs and cats have wrapped their noses in fur. It’s quieter than any other time of the year. It…
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BRAND NEW: Rescuing the Countess – Arietta Richmond

REVIEW COPIES AVAILABLE NOW Immerse yourself in the Regency world, and be swept away by love A Countess unhappily married.  A Viscount forbidden the one he loves.  An accident that leads to death.  An accusation.  A highwayman’s plot uncovered.  A love that defies all odds Maria Wollstonefort, Countess of Granville, has rapidly come to regret…
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The Giggle Game – A.J. Cosmo

“The positive, upbeat theme and interactive style of this book make it a good choice for children; the beautiful eye-catching pictures make it an even better choice.” – Ahhmericanwoman “AJ Cosmo has done it again for tickling a child’s funnybone, providing a challenge to child and parent, as well as a great opportunity to interact…
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28 of the Best Book Marketing Ideas – How to Improve Your Book Sales

1. Start with your ideal reader. Your book may appeal to a wide number of readers in the long term. However, at the very start you need to build a tribe. Be very specific about who is the reader most likely to become an ambassador for your book. Tim Ferriss spoke about this extensively with…
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