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Book Review: “Here’s to Us”

Here’s to Us. A new novel by Elin HilderbrandAlthough I once spent a long summer on Martha’s Vineyard, I love Nantucket. The salty air, gray weathered “cottages,” beach roses, sugar white sand and fried clams never grow old despite the summer crowds.Similar to the story of celebrity...

6 Tips on How to Develop a Winning Logistics Strategy

By Edward Lin The distribution industry is becoming more important than ever. Almost every company requires help with logistics these days. The ability to deliver products in their best shape, irrespective of size or nature, is turning out to be a major business driver. Any company that is into products or...

Why the right book reviews are So Important for Authors

When Maralyn and I review books for Success, we are fair and positive. We leave space for readers to add their own reactions and opinions. When seeking reviewers for our books, it was important to select experts in their fields of food, travel and marketing, with successful results. We are sharing the...

Creative Brain Teaser

I don’t know who to credit with this great puzzle. My cousin sent it to me and I liked it, as once I got through the first two sentences it became easy and fun. I hope you enjoy. Thanks to the once who created it. Good example of a Brain Study: If you can read this OUT LOUD you have a strong mind. And...

How to Price E-Books

Jim Cox, who publishes the “Jim Cox Report” every month from Midwest Book Review has given permission for me to share his reports in part or total. I’m going to share the first part, as it is something that is quite clear on e-books.  Dear Publisher Folk, Friends & Family: Ginny...

Non-Fiction Writing Teleseminar August 8-9

Some readers of the SuccessWithWriting Blog may be interested in this upcoming writing class: Non-Fiction Writing: How to Transform Interesting Ideas into Compelling Prose  A 6-Hour Teleseminar with Jean Moroney Saturday, August 8, 2015 and Sunday August 9, 2015 12:00 noon – 3:30 p.m. ET  (6 hours...

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