Socialbuzz: Directory of Smashwords Users on Twitter
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Shelle Rose Charvet
Shelle is the international expert on influencing and persuasion, and is known world-wide for her bestselling book "Words that Change Minds: Mastering the Language of Influence." It is used as a text book in several university business programs in the U.S. and the U.K., as well as at Coach University. It's now available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Danish and Romanian.
Shelle is an expert in below-conscious communication processes: what drives people to do (or not do) things, outside of their awareness. People and organizations seek her out because of her solutions to marketing, sales, negotiation and team management challenges using NLP and the LAB Profile™, a psycho-linguistic ... read more
Wishing, Wanting, Achieving: Personal and Professional Strategic Planning
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Trained as a Chemical Engineer, with seventeen years in a local chemical plant I switched to work on the Space Station Vehicle Master Database for my current company. I trained as a Futurist. A few years ago my wife and I started a business to create and publish apps and expanded that to publishing books as well.
I've been writing since before I was ten. I'm working on a number of fiction novels, two science fiction and one fantasy as well as numerous short stories.
My Mother-in-law Misadventures
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• Wrote freelance for about 39 years, beginning from Morning News (Karachi), mostly on current economic and management issues. The contribution titled “An Anti-Inflation Weapon “ attracted the Prime Minister’s House. Was invited to discuss it with Special Assistant to the Prime Minister.
• Researched and conceived newsletters and articles, which were published in leading dailies at home(News International, Nation, etc)and abroad (Lebanon, Bangladesh, and Nepal).
• The book contains views on terrorism, nuclear deterrence, marriage relationship, democracy, suicide bombing, Kashmir issue, etc. An unpublished research paper on India's Democracy and case studies on Behaviour on Workplace have been appen ... read more
The Dark Side of Democracy (India-Pakistan Context)
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An ex-banker turned author.
My first novel Dinosaur is now available.
I am married to Julie and we live in Cyprus with our dog Ruby
Follow me on Twitter at dariasparks
Daria was The Canadian Virgin until one hot evening in St. Martin where she fucked Sean, a man whose last name she never asked. Daria had waited for sex, dreamt of sex, and lived for sex. But sex with the right man, and Sean was the right man. That sexy evening overlooking the Atlantic Ocean set Daria on a quest to express herself sexually, and these are her tales of fucking.
She is a very soft and comforting woman who just happens to need to be fucked. Daria wears high heels with blue jeans or a clingy dress and is not afraid to tell a man she wants to fuck. Join her sexy adventures today.
Follow me on Twitter at MsBethPowers
Beth Powers writes science fiction and fantasy stories. Her work has appeared in Shelter of Daylight and Plasma Frequency. When she’s not writing, Powers studies long, rambling novels from nineteenth-century America in an effort to add a PhD to her collection of degrees. She divides her spare time between reading science fiction and fantasy, practicing Tang Soo Do, and knitting an odd assortment of scarves. Powers lives in Ohio with her cats, Murphy and Roscoe, who, like most cats, tend to walk across keyboards, steal pens, and look absolutely adorable—especially when they are getting into trouble.
Konstantin: A Short Story
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Christina lives in London and is married with two children. Although born in England she has a Swedish mother and was brought up in Sweden. In her teens, the family moved to Japan where she had the opportunity to travel extensively in the Far East.
Christina is a committee member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. She won the Elizabeth Goudge Trophy for a historical short story in 2001 and the Katie Fforde Bursary for a promising new writer in 2006. Her short story was published in ‘Solander’, the magazine of the Historical Novel Society. She has three novellas published by DC Thomson’s ‘My Weekly Pocket Novel’ series and a fourth to be printed soon!
Her first Choc Lit novel, Trade Winds was ... read more
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Writer, editor, father, musician, social media junky, tech addict.
Follow me on Twitter at ScottSpotson
Scott Spotson is a novelist who excels in imagining scenes of intrigue and adventure within ordinary lives while daydreaming, then pulls together various plots to create a compelling story. He likes to invent “what if?” scenarios, for example, what if I could go back to my university days, and what would I do differently? What if I could switch bodies with friends I am jealous of, like the guy who sold his software for millions of dollars and does whatever he pleases? What if I had the power to create clones of myself to do my bidding? Scott then likes to mentally insert himself into these situations, then plot a way to “get out” back to reality. This is how “Life II” and “Seeking Dr. Magic” wer ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at readannieharmon
Annie Harmon lives in Houston (specifically Atascocita) Texas,USA, but has lived in many of our beautiful states. She has one husband (all she can handle) three children (who are each more beautiful than she could have hoped) and one dog (who is still trying to claim a spot as one of the above mentioned).
Annie's writing credits include a novel, For Sarah; two children's books, The Night Before and The Argument; ghostwriting several chapters of a nonfiction book, The Black Years; publishing a local magazine, Zine, - directed towards the literary encouragement of young people; contributing to the Sun News newspaper with a regularly published humor column on raising children, "Raising New Mexico"; and editorial ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at ToriWestwood1
Tori Westwood is a British ex-pat living in America who writes short erotica whenever she finds time between her day-job and her family. She is still searching for her niche, not yet limiting herself to any particular sub-genre, having penned all manner of fiction. She is happily married and delights in exploring her own fantasies through her writings. For updates, follow her on Twitter @ToriWestwood1.
Follow me on Twitter at wonderlandpress.com
Are you a kid who threatens the monsters under your bed, even when you're scared?
Do you know exactly what to do if zombies attack--grab a shotgun and run?
Do your parents say things like, "Do you ever sit still? Really?" but then have to shake you in order to get your attention while you're reading or playing a video game?
Would you like to decorate your room in skulls and bunnies?
If so, then have I got stories for you.
I grew up telling my brother and cousins stories on our farm whenever we got bored. I would start up the story, and everybody would act it out. We got in lots of fights over who was boss of the story, and I lost a lot of time. I once got so mad that I told my brother we were playing h ... read more
Guinea Pig Apocalypse
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Quite frequently I can be observed grinning like a madwoman as my fingers move furiously over the keys on my computer. Thankfully, my husband knows not to worry and just shakes his head as he walks on by. This is what I want for my readers. I want you to be able to sit, grinning insanely, at some hilarious or outlandish scene in my books. I want your heart to race with excitement, shudder with fear, stop with pain, and come to life with joy and love along side my characters. I want to give them life, through each of you.
I am an Administrator of a private academy, wife, mother and homemaker. I can be found in front of a computer when I am not spending time with my wonderfully supportive husband and two adorabl ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at CyberSymphonic
I'm a freelancer, writer, roleplayer and gamer. I don't want to live in the same place any longer than a year for a very long time and I am always yearning for adventure.
The first two overlap often enough that they're almost the same thing, though they aren't by anyone's measure.
Regardless of the state I'm in, I am always roleplaying and I allow myself to indulge in gaming, usually of a video game variety, sometimes.
At any given time I will have a scifi or fantasy book in my hands or in my travel bag.
Can't Fall Back
Follow me on Twitter at henrigyland
Henriette grew up in Northern Denmark but moved to England after she graduated from the University of Copenhagen. She wrote her first book when she was ten, a tale of two orphan sisters running away to Egypt fortunately to be adopted by a perfect family they meet on the Orient Express.
Between that first literary exploit and now, she has worked in the Danish civil service, for a travel agent, a consultancy company, in banking, hospital administration, and for a county court before setting herself up as a freelance translator and linguist.
Expecting her first child and feeling bored, she picked up the pen again, and when a writer friend encouraged her to join the Romantic Novelists' Association, she began to pu ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at markrichardmast
Mark Richard Masters was born in Northern California, but his family moved to Oregon when he was very young. After they finally settled down in a very small town, his family fractured. Shortly after that Mark began to write. For many years he would alternate between writing and not. Finally he decided to try to make money off of his hobby.
Birth of the Guardian
Follow me on Twitter at RobbyMcAlpine
Robby McAlpine is just a regular guy who loves to write. And play bass. Sure, he has a couple of theological degrees, but in reality, there are just a few things he's truly passionate about: discipleship, passing the torch to the next generation, and authentic community. He lives with his family in British Columbia, Canada.
Robby's blog (www.robbymcalpine.com) celebrates its tenth year in 2013. Drop by for a visit!
The Genesis Cafe: Conversations on the Kingdom
Follow me on Twitter at LacyDae
A nurse by day, I love to write naughty books at night, and share my sexy fantasies with my readers. Look for more books coming out soon!
Follow me on Twitter at HousewifeKari
Kari Miller, 36, also known as The Lonely Housewife, resides in Canada. A Mother of two boys and a dedicated housewife, Kari enjoys spending her free time writing novels, spending time with her family and day-dreaming. It was her day-dreams that inspired her writing and her Husband that encouraged her to follow her dreams. To learn more about Kari Miller and discover her other writings, please visit www.thelonelyhousewife.com.
Follow me on Twitter at KWalkerWrites
Kelly Walker is a part time novelist, full time wife, and an all the time dreamer. Her first promotion was 8 years ago and it came with the job title of 'Mom'. Her second promotion came with no raise in pay but a huge jump in responsibility when she became 'Mom of two'. It's a rewarding career but the retirement plan sucks. She is a huge advocate of animal rescue and adoption and shares her Virginia home (and couch) with three dogs and two cats.
Follow me on Twitter at fringescientist
About The Author:
Tony Healey is a Sussex-based writer and a born-and-bred Brightonian. He is the author of Pulp Sci-Fi Adventure novel The Stars My Redemption, and several short stories.
He was a contributor to the first Kindle All-Stars short story anthology, Resistance Front, along with award-winning authors Alan Dean Foster, Harlan Ellison and 30 others.
Tony has also contributed a piece of flash fiction to the anthology 100 Horrors. As well as his writing, he’s interviewed numerous figures in the publishing world for his site, including Bernard Schaffer, Meg Gardiner, Alan Dean Foster, Debbi Mack, Russell Brooks and many, many more.
Tony designed the Kindle All-Stars logo, and the book covers for Dis ... read more
Far From Home 7: Balance
Follow me on Twitter at JeanetteHornby
I have lived in a small, south-western town of Western Australia all of my life, and have been writing for many years.
My first two novels are set in my home town, and portray small town life in the 70's and 80's.
I like to vary my genres and have released a Sexy Romance novel - Candy's Man.
My current WIP - Grapevines and Gum Trees - is almost complete.
Follow me on Twitter at ErikaTrevathan
I am enjoying every minute of my life with my husband, Michael and three beautiful daughters, Hailey, Mary Kathryn, and Bella who we love more than words can say! I also love.... Writing! (Editing and formatting...Not so much). I am so excited to be releasing my first ebook. It has been quite a journey! And of course I love... Pumpkin Spice Lattes, great hair days, snuggling inside when it's cold, laying out when it's hot, shopping, decorating, CHRISTMAS!!!, being a nurse, our friends and family, getting my nails done, and did I mention my FABULOUS husband!:)
Foreshadowed (The Crimson Bond Series, #2)
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InCharge Debt Solutions
Founded in 1997, InCharge® Debt Solutions is a leading 501(c)(3) non-profit, community-service organization offering confidential and professional credit counseling, housing counseling, debt management, bankruptcy education and general financial education to individuals seeking options to manage credit card debt and consolidate debt.
Defending Your Home
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Pandora Box is an ex-librarian who got sick of skimming through books for the naughty parts, and decided to write her own. She lives in Australia, where she cycles daily and watches every U.S. television drama she can get her hands on! Follow her on twitter @MyNaughtyBox, or visit her personal website at http://www.mynaughtybox.net
She loves hearing from her fans – email firstname.lastname@example.org or send her a tweet!
Follow me on Twitter at LisaPietsch
Lisa Pietsch is a USAF veteran who spent eight years in the USAF Security Forces, a multi-published novelist, a marketing geek who loves helping authors connect with new readers, the Managing Editor of SAXtreme Magazine, and the mother of two boys. She has a passion for foreign languages, has traveled the world and looks forward to doing it again, and wishes she had time to go kayaking and biking.
The Social Media Superstar Handbook
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Humphrey Zinyuke is a free-lance author, who is an undeniably refreshing revelator. His work experience in Biostatistical and Socio-medical research makes him a reliable authority in and keen student of demography and popular-culture. Humphrey's winning blend of wit, sarcasm, and candidness ensures that his expository writings render his work controversial, instructional and relaxingly humorous. A drummer in a band, Humphrey enjoys The Discovery Channel, English Premiership League Football, and the music of Six-Pence-None-The Richer, if he's not logged on to Twitter, Facebook, or trying to figure out how Pinterest works.
Olive Springs Weightloss Diet Booklet
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Daniel A. Greathead
The following transcript is lifted directly from a file, located in the 'R' rated section of the Temporal Library.
Angus Ecrivain, some say, was born. Others say he appeared by random chance, an anomaly in the very fabric of existence. All that is known for certain, is that he was found in ASDA aged six, hiding in a cardboard box on the pharmaceutical aisle.
Very little is known about his life prior to the ASDA incident, in fact there are few mentions of him in Archives at all after that until his mid-twenties.
There is a brief footnote regarding his school life, though said footnote clearly does not tell the whole story. All it says is, 'must do better, see me afterwards.'
Mr Ecrivain began writing whilst ... read more
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Mia Harris is a young erotica/romance writer. Aside from writing about love and sex, she is obsessed with coffee, cats, and horror novels.
Follow me on Twitter at HolboDen
When I was a kid, about 8 yrs. old or so, I would lend at least 25 books at the school library for my summer break. At first my teachers shook their heads in disbelief and they were probably thinking to themselves: he is never going to finish all of those books. But coming back after the summer break, I was always able to give them a detailed review of every single book. Some of those books were trilogies such as Isaac Asimovs "Foundation-" series and "Ringworld."
I simply love books and though I like watching a movie just as much as everyone else, reading a book really is something else. By reading a book you construct pictures in your own mind instead of being served by a director.
But what I love the most ... read more
Making a Gilling
Follow me on Twitter at modernevil
Teel is happily married to an English teacher and they live together in Phoenix, AZ with a cat which does not appreciate having Teel read his books aloud to it nearly as much as you probably would. While satisfied with never having to shovel the desert's heat from his driveway, Teel is interested in experiencing more travel in his life - especially of sorts like "through time" and "to other planets," so feel free to invite him along if you're going.
Teel is an independent author, artist, creative visionary, blogger, publisher, podcaster, and sometimes filmmaker. You can find out more about him and his other stories, novels, poetry and more by visiting Modern Evil Press: http://modernevil.com/
Follow me on Twitter at AliceAyden
I wrote my first short story when I was five, but when an assignment in a lit course challenged me to “rewrite” the last chapter of Jane Eyre I was hooked. I dreamt of going to an ivy cloaked university in England or Scotland, but my health issues forced me to rethink that agenda. Working through and with chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, food allergies, migraines and the scary health emergencies, I managed to finish both my Bachelor’s degree in English and History and my Master’s in Strategic Intelligence.
As a child, I wanted to be everything from a veterinarian (can’t stand to see any animal hurt) to an actress (too shy) to an astronaut (not good at science) to an Egyptologist (I wilt in ex ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at thomasmuldoon
Brief Bio for Thomas Muldoon by Richard Anderson
Since he began his practise in the early 70’s Thomas has helped many people achieve their goals using Numerology, Tarot & Astrology as tools for transformation, self awareness, development and self- discovery, he continues to share his passion via the World Wide Web.
Having written numerous articles, author of four books, many personal appearances for corporate and charity organisations and more – check out his extended bio from AstroNumbers (website below)
As an accomplished speaker he present is material in an entertaining and enlightening fashion; “if you cannot have fun with your subject, you shouldn’t be doing it” is his motto.
His appearan ... read more
Change your life in Seven Weeks
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Always a pleasure...
Meg Silver writes fun, fast-paced erotic fiction. Passion and pleasure are always the main themes, and the series installment format makes for great light reading, whether readers are looking to spice up a quiet evening, or warm up the engines for something more adventurous.
Meg loves to hear from readers. Please contact Meg at email@example.com
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The author's of Glass Tower Trilogy happen to be two longtime friends, who met in the fashion industry years ago. They currently live in two different states and have co-written multiple pieces together but have not published until now.
The inspiration of other successful self-published authors has blazed the trail for Adler and Holt, and has led them to the world of E-Publishing.
Thus, The Glass Towers Trilogy was created and much more to follow! Please like our Facebook page for more updates!
Follow me on Twitter at onelowerlight
Joe Vasicek is a science fiction writer who has lived in more than twenty different places in the past ten years. When he writes, though, his mind is anywhere but this world. He keeps a regular blog at One Thousand and One Parsecs, and can also be found on Twitter, Facebook, and Goodreads. Sometimes. But no matter where he goes, he's always writing.
Star Wanderers: The Jeremiah Chronicles (Omnibus I-IV)
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Give me the moment and I'll tell you a tale.
Give me a lifetime and I'll show you a saga.
I’m a storyteller, a writer, a “Daddy” and a nightowl who makes good use of the calm and the quiet of 3 am, scribbling ABDL romance stories on a piece of paper when not taking late night road trips to Wal-Mart.
An author of ABDL romance and erotic stories. Likes to focus in on the storyline, making it as compelling and as realistic as the characters. His stories always include a dominant male and a submissive female.
I like to spend a lot of time detailing the thoughts and thought process of the characters, particularly the female. Each story in a series is written with the intent of showing a progression of the ... read more
Follow me on Twitter at Aforismi_Rizzo
I do not think being a homebody type of person. Perhaps this is because I took my first flight when I was before nine months.
From Africa to Europe, from Libya to Italy. At the yoke of the plane was my father, a Tripoli air force pilot who, at the beginning of the war, was moved to Novi Ligure airport where I am still living and where I have been writing since the age of fifteen. But my always hidden desire to travel burst forth at the age of eighteen when, without any money, I decided to wander across Europe. Other times, a different Europe, other borders. Real borders and in some cases almost impassable. However, I wandered for more than two years traveling throughout Europe with a friend of mine, hitch ... read more
Back to the dark
Follow me on Twitter at ambernorrgard
Amber Jerome~Norrgard was first published in her hometown's paper at the age of seventeen. Since then, she's used writing as a free form of therapy to celebrate the best parts of her life, and to work through the rough experiences. She is author of the bestselling collection of poetry, "The Color of Dawn," as well as "4 a.m.," a poetry and essay collection, and “Wanting” a collection of short erotic stories. She is co-creator, and co-host of “TweepNation with Amber and Dionne,” a weekly podcast loosely related to Twitter and Independent Authors. She is currently working on her psychology degree, and lives in Dallas, Texas, with her family.
Slipping Into Evening: a poetry collection
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Dale is the CEO of Calvert Marketing Group, a consulting, training and seminar company with clients around the world.
A directory of his websites can be found at: http://www.DaleCalvert.com
How to Double Your EBay Profits
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I am Organized Scattered Creative Stagnant Published Rejected Compassionate and Critical.
I write things. Mostly fiction. I’ve been published in a handful of small literary journals including Phoebe, The Florida Review, The Colorado Review, and Night Train, who nominated me for a Pushcart Prize.
I'm currently seeking representation for my YA novel, Spectacle, and my contemporary novel, The Mating Habits of Fireflies.
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