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The Dawn of Global Sense is Judah Freed's fourth book. His prior nonfiction books have won two Nautilus Awards for best social change book and an Evvy Award for best personal growth book.

Judah is a past president of the Colorado Authors League, former trade shows chair of the Colorado Independent Publishers Association, a former director of the Denver Press Club, and founder of the 900-member Denver Book Club. He is a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association, and he is the founder of the new Kauai Independent Authors and Publishers Association in Hawaii.

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What is your e-reading device of choice?
I prefer the iBook reader from Apple, which works equally well on an iphone, ipad, ibook or full Mac. The Nook and Kindle also are excellent.
What book marketing techniques have been most effective for you?
My rule of thumb is doing at least one marketing action per day. This could include sending out a book for review, posting a useful comment on the social networks, arranging a radio interview, or endorsing a related book by a fellow author. At the end of a year, I will have done at least 365 promotional actions, which surely must help build the audience.
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Judah Freed on the David Pakman Show
Judah Freed discusses key ideas from his book, The Dawn of Global Sense, in a ten-minute live television interview on October 9, 2013. The video title on YouTube is misleading, so watch anyway.

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The Patient, The Doctor and The Bill Collector: An Obama Care and Medical Debt Collections Survival Guide
Price: $11.00 USD. Words: 40,490. Language: English. Published: March 22, 2016 by Hoku House. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Personal finance, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Healthcare issues
The Patient, The Doctor and The Bill Collector exposes how the U.S. medical “system" produced the crushing wave of medical debt drowning more than 64 million Americans. The authors are industry insiders who reveal shocking truths that the debt collectors, hospitals and insurance companies do not want you to know.

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