Socialbuzz: Directory of Smashwords Users on Twitter
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Lisa J. Mitchell
Lisa J. Mitchell lives on the East Coast with her husband, two sons, and her Shih-Poo. She’s worked in Advertising, Fashion, and Sales...but found writing to be her absolute passion. When she’s not tapping away at the keyboard, she can be found in the kitchen whipping up a new recipe, enjoying time with her family, or having a laugh with dear friends. She loves to interact with her readers, so stop by her Facebook and say Hi. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100005369170410
A Brilliant Ride
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Once living under the guise of a passive, quiet, school librarian, books and kids were the passions which kept her mind fresh. But now it is when the night muses visit Jordyn, her spirit rises up to wrap around the stories that float in her head. Land locked in the mid-west she dreams of days on a white sandy beach with a laptop to write all her tales. Crossing many genres she spins chronicles of romance, paranormal and fantasy, for they are stories worth telling, even at the risk of revealing true feelings.
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Previously I have kept my author's bio short and vague as I could not compare with what I saw on other author's pages. I do not have a list of other publications or schools I have attended. Every time I read my bio however it looks hollow; so I'm going to try a bit of honesty so my reader's will know me and what drives my books.
When my grade school teacher would ask what I wanted to be when I grew up I would listen to the other children say astronaut or doctor depending on the week they were asked; my response was always the same though...author. That dream however has been put on hold for a very long time due to some remarkably bad choices I have made.
I dropped out of school at fifteen and left home the sam ... read more
The Elder Blood Chronicles Book 4 The Blessed Curse
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Hi,I am an 18 year old writer from Darlington in the north east of england.
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Amanda Kendle is a travel addict, social media and blogging consultant, writer, mother and chocolate lover who is based in Perth, Western Australia. During her twenties, she lived and taught in Japan, Slovakia and Germany and now travels a couple of times a year with her son and husband. The two cats have to stay at home.
Experiences That Linger: Travel Stories from Five Continents
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Poet, tailor, soldier, sailor is the best description for Jack Hammersley. Born in Australia, he is a proud father, freelance journalist, businessman, poet and adventurer and enjoys writing about his experiences and helping others by passing them on.
At the age of three Jack packed his bags and left Sydney to live with his family in Ireland where he then grew up. Despite being accepted to read Law at Trinity College Dublin he decided to head out into the world and take his chances with the winds of fortune.
He worked as Assistant Manager on a vast Scottish sporting estate, crewed on yachts in the Mediterranean; as a groom to thoroughbred racehorses, served in the British Army (Royal Irish Rangers) and over di ... read more
My Mad Life
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M.P. Attardo is a twenty-something, part-time writer, full-time daydreamer. She has a college degree … is still trying to figure out what on earth to do with it. She loves amateur baseball commentating, heckling, and overindulging.
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A.A. Volts, lives in Kissimme, FL with his wife and son, he fell in love with the English language very young. He was 8 at the time, from then on he studied the language and wrote. His first book was around 12 years old. He wrote that book with a pencil in one hand and a dictionary on the other.
He started writing his debut novel "The Guardian of Threshold" on a summer evening of 2008, after several revisions and rewrites the novel was finally ready for prime time.
Throughout the years A.A. Volts has lived in many places including Boston, Philadelphia, San Jose, Phoenix, etc..., but the nearly infinite sunshine of the State of Florida finally won him over.
The Guardian of Threshold
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G. W Hilton
Geoff Hilton worked as a clerk in the Australian Federal Public Service from 1964 until 2001. He served two tours of duty in Vietnam between 1969 and 1972.
He lives on Sydney's Northern Beaches with his wife Lee, daughters Jennifer and Stephanie and a very spoiled dog, Harley.
Having always wanted to write, he resigned at age 54 in order to do so. Aramanthes' Wall is his first book.
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Owen D Baker
Owen consults with organizations and individuals to help realize vision and to authentically articulate brand message. He is the principal of Burg Communications, where he leads as a full time marketing and brand consultant. He's an executive and organizational coach, a writer, speaker and unexpected coffee house owner.
Cups & Glasses - a simple story about how to do relationships better
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Starting writing poetry about two years ago. Very much a surprise to me. Shared my "scribes" with family and friends and got positive feedback. Felt adventurous and joined a few poetry websites to see what other poets thought. Tremendous responses all around. A few negative reviews which gave me more motivation to continue writing. A friend suggested I get published, so I did. it's been a long road but the sense of accomplishment has been fantastic.
Into My Rotation, A collection of Scribes
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I'm the author of more than thiry-five popular travel guides and two novels, The J-Word and The Slave. After thirty years as a travel journalist and guidebook writer, I found myself wanting to write about something close to home. Both novels are set in Golders Green, the London neighbourhood where I live.
The J-Word was published in the UK in 2009 by Snowbooks, and came out in a Kindle edition in 2011. It was very well received in the UK, had excellent reviews in the British press, and was featured at London's Jewish Book Week and the Hampstead & Highgate Literary Festival.
The Slave has been published in 2013 at Smashwords as an ebook for multiple platforms, and is also available as a paperback.
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Mary L. Tabor
Mary L. Tabor is the author of The Woman Who Never Cooked, which won Mid-List Press’s First Series Award and was published when she was 60.
Her short stories have won numerous literary awards. Her experience spans the worlds of journalism, business, education, fiction and memoir writing. She was a high school English teacher who joined the business world, leaving her corporate job when she was 50 to earn an MFA degree.
She teaches at George Washington University, works with less-privileged populations at the D.C. library on how to get started writing, and is a Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow. She lives in the Penn Quarter in downtown D.C.
The Woman Who Never Cooked
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A romance author who loves nothing more than seeing bright, determined heroines and complex heroes getting the happy ending they deserve.
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Lawrence Miller is a long-time television and media producer, well versed in creating entertainment. As an international media consultant, he journeyed deep into the jungles of South America and across the Caribbean Sea, where pirates still roam. On seemingly idyllic tropical islands he found black magic and dark intentions live just below the surface of polite society.
A native of Los Angeles, California, he now lives in New Mexico.
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William Mathis was born in Chattanooga and grew up near the two major battlefields featured in Chickamauga Dreaming: A Novel on the Civil War's Enduring Impact.
Although he moved to British Columbia after marrying a Canadian, the author's continuing fascination with the complex historical and geographical character of Chattanooga resonates in his novel. The numerous monuments and markers that visibly reflect the Chattanooga area's heritage inspired Mathis to probe the psychological and emotional connections between the modern South and the Civil War.
His second novel, Baseball Card War, is a mystery also set in Chattanooga. The new novel features some of the same characters that appear in Chickamauga Dreaming ... read more
Baseball Card War
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Travis Laurence Naught
Travis Laurence Naught is an author who happens to be a quadriplegic wheelchair user. He spent 10 years working with the men's basketball team at Eastern Washington University while earning an undergraduate degree in psychology and completing coursework toward a master's degree in sports psychology.
Travis has been a lifelong resident of Washington state, enjoys the outdoors as well as city life and is a constant writer.
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Серия романов "Бэн Элохим" вначале задумывалась, как трилогия, состоящая из трех книг: "Замысел Рефаимов", "Exodus или тайна Союза Сет" и "Имя ему Аваддон".
Но работая над написанием первых двух книг, автор пришел к заключению, что тема, которую он затронул, практически неисчерпаема и здесь еще есть, над чем поработать.
Речь идет о художественном описании древних исторических событий — многие из ко ... read more
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George W Parker
George W. Parker has published an intertextual cycle of American genre novels: Death; Juxtaposed, The Letters, The Krew, Conversations at Night, and Vanishing Trick. Additionally he has authored The Boy in the Box the second in the series of Marvin Davis detective novels. He lives in far west Texas where he is currently working on Twin Killing, a novel following the life and deeds of serial killer Robert David Smalley which you can find serialized at http://www.scribd.com/georgewparkertalking
Please visit www.georgewparker.com for more information or follow him on Twitter @GWParkerTalking and at http://www.facebook.com/georgewparkertalking.
The Boy In The Box
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Andrew Scorah-1965-, I was born in Doncaster south yorkshire but moved to Swansea in 1999. Andrew has worked in a variety of jobs over the years,mostly in the security industry. He worked as a security supervisor at the Dome leisure centre in Doncaster for many years, after that he became a DJ and karaoke presenter before moving to Swansea with his fiancee Lisa. In wales he worked for a firm specialising in security for various events such as football matches, music concerts, and such prestigious events as the Brit Awards, and door security. Andrew always wanted to be a writer but life got in the way, now an 'old fogie' he has taken up the pen again. He has just had a short story published, Eastern Fury, you ca ... read more
Border Town Blues
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John Cheese is a leading columnist for Cracked.com. He's written for National Lampoon and AskMen, and has been interviewed by Forbes for his writing and insight.
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Sonja van Wyk
Sonja takes life as it comes but tries to find some meaning and wisdom every day. When she was a little girl, her mother tried to teach her the principle of “wear your knowledge like you wear your watch. You never tell the time unless you’re asked for it”. She’s never mastered that particular piece of wisdom and goes through life talking to people, sharing whatever she knows or thinks, just in case they might have wondered about something but didn’t even know it. She would provide the question and answer in one go. It’s all very economical – it saves everybody a lot of time.
She now lives and works in Pretoria, South Africa, doing all of the, well you know, normal stuff.
Travelling Light - One Woman's Journey into Soul
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Beatrix S. Tambunan has a background in Human Resources with a MS degree from Suffolk University and Graduate Certificate from Harvard University. She currently lives in Boston with her husband and daughter. "An Eagle Named Canary" is her first children's book. Inspired by living in various parts of the world and enjoying the beauty of all cultures, Beatrix embraces diversity and encourages empowerment.
"I started to write and illustrate children's books since I want to communicate positivity and empowerment to young children. I have to say my daughter, Sarah, really inspired me to write with excitement.
My background is in Human Resources where I managed adults in a very corporate environment. Unfortunately, ... read more
The Golden Egg
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A lifetime resident of British Columbia, HLH Pattison was born in Vernon, and currently resides in Vancouver.
He's worked as a ranch hand, dishwasher, internet cafe barrista, and currently is stationed as a salesman within one of Canada's largest comic book stores.
The Man Who Could Fly But Probably Shouldn't've is his first book.
When not authoring amazing feats of fiction, he's often feeding birds.
The Man Who Could Fly But Probably Shouldn't've
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Richard Le Normand
Richard was born in Jersey in June 1927.Educated at Victoria college Jersey 1936-1944.In July 1940 German forces occupied Jersey until 1945. After the war he trained in England and became a Jersey farmer, glasshouse-grower,flowers,tomatoes etc. Then Richard established a Plastics factory in Jersey.He retired to Australia 1987 then worked in real estate, designed attachments for boats and finally took up writing novels.Richard has published six books.
Once Upon A Bridge
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Driven by PURPOSE.
Motivated by a desire to INSPIRE.
Using words to reach out to the WORLD.
“Sharing my art is not an assignment that I take lightly; traveling a purposeful path requires patience, humility and a truly attentive heart. I intend to do my absolute best to honor God with every Sentence; every Sonnet, every Syllable – with all of STACY!” ~Stacy Wilson
Stacy “Simply Stacy” Wilson is a passionate poet, author, motivational speaker, and visionary who first developed a love for “using her words” at the tender age of 13.
Over the years, life experiences composed of trials, swift transitions and triumphs have provided a platform for Stacy’s artistic perspective. Her notebooks were burs ... read more
Love & Worship: A Lyrical Journey For The Heart & Soul
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Jenn Carpenter is an author and freelance writer who lives in Grand Ledge, Michigan with her husband and their four sons. Urged into writing by her wild imagination as a child, Jenn put her award winning writing career on hold for over a decade to raise a family. She blew the dust off her keyboard the day her husband deployed to Iraq, inspired to start writing again by the beautiful tragedy of sending a loved one off to war. Jenn’s memoir One Army Wife's Tale is her first published work. Hardwood Floors is her first novel.
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S. L. Marks
Living in Central Florida, I've run across many stories. Some of them have been heartwarming, some heartbreaking, others heart-poundingly sexual.
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K. Leslie Graves
I am an African American captured by a muse for a year and a half and had completed sixty two compositions in ebook or paperback form during that time. I am a 59 year old, born and raised in the Academic Acropolis who hosts a monthly BLOG TALK show as you can see by the information below. The show is about natural disasters and how a coordinated pre-need global system of relief can help the secondary victims of global disaster. Some of my shows have had over 10,000 listens. Join me, monthly on my call in show.
The Dark Butterfly Murders
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David Floody is a writer and novelist living and working in the village of Tofino, on the Wild West Coast of Vancouver Island, Canada, immersed in the awe-inspiring natural beauty of Clayoquot Sound, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, home of old-growth forest, wild salmon and lands sacred to the Nuu-chah-nulth People for 5,000 years.
David is a member of the Clayoquot Writers' Group and the Performance Anxiety Collective, a cabaret group taking their words from the page to the stage. As the impish impresario of Implosion Press, he is dedicated to producing good writing with bad attitude. His YA novel, The Colour of Pride, set in Windsor and Detroit in 1968, will soon be available in ebook and print formats. Storyli ... read more
Kittenstein and Frankenfur, the Gambling Cats
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A fifth generation Texan, Jan Hudson is an award winning author of over 30 romance novels. Her many awards include the Golden Heart and the coveted RITA award from Romance Writers of America. She writes the kind of fast-paced stories she likes to read: those laced with humor, fantasy, and adventure, with bold characters who reach beyond the mundane and celebrate life.
She's also Dr. Janece O. Hudson, a former college teacher and licensed psychologist as well as an expert on dreams and author of the non-fiction "Into Your Dreams," which deals with learning to interpret your unique dreams.
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Though my degree is in 3D design, for video games and animation, I found that neither games or animation is worth much without a good story. So from school I would have to say that the draw of story telling was the biggest thing that I came out of college with; and I look forward to seeing where all the characters take me and the stories in the future.
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Victor E. Smith became a generalist, as opposed to a specialist, seemingly by fate. From childhood on a Pennsylvania communal farm, to adolescence in a Catholic seminary, then into adulthood with occupations that ranged from counselor and teacher to printing entrepreneur and corporate computer trainer, all while parenting three children, Vic remains astounded, often stunned, by the variety, both wonderful and terrible, inherent in human life. Such awe has always compelled him to write. From his first "book" of poems as a teenager; through experimental plays, poetry, and short stories in his twenties; with volumes of educational and technical writing throughout his work career, he finally settled on the novel as ... read more
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Ron Rhodes is a sought-after conference speaker, seminar leader, and author with more than one million books in print. The president of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries, he educates Christians in the Word of God by creating Bible study materials and teaching apologetics at Dallas Theological Seminary and other seminaries. He has written more than 70 books, three of which were Golden Medallion finalists. He has been a guest on many national radio and television programs produced by CNN, CBN, TBN, Crossroads, LeSea, Cornerstone, FamilyNet, Salem, Bott, Moody, USA, and other national networks. He received his Master of Theology and Doctor of Theology degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary, graduating wi ... read more
The Truth About UFOs and Aliens - A Christian Assessment
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Lilly Mossiano is the author of the books “My New Mommy” and “My New Daddy”. She is a transgender woman, a geek at heart, and an advocate for the rights of all LGBT people. She is working hard to put books out there to help the next generation be conscious of the existence of and the respect for transgender individuals. She is currently working on several new additions to the “My New …” series, and wishes to spread the word and educate the public on the struggles of being both a transgender woman, and a transgender parent. She wants to bring hope to those who are losing their internal struggles with depression and/or other mental illness due to the situations they cannot control(ie, being gay, les ... read more
My New Mommy
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Win Kelly Charles
Why I'm writing my bio at ages 24/25:
1- in honor of my whole family who've support my life with have cp. and in honor of my amazing mom who was my sole care giver for 23 until aug 12 2010 the day of her passing so that side we had the most amazing mother & daughter relationship ( I'll expand more on that,in my book)
2. The worlds "teaching" tool about cp
I want to let people into with cp through
the pages of my book( FYI I don't think theres that many books written from the powerful perspective of a person living cp)
3, someone who knows well asked me last week/ my family keeps asking me
Why am I write this book," is this to make win fell good or to get sales."
My answer is, Both and I'll sum it this way peo ... read more
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Graeme Smith. Fantasy author. Mostly comic fantasy (which is fantasy intended to make you laugh, not fantasy in comics).
Having Graeme Smith as my pen name is convenient, since it also happens to be my real name. I might try to be funny and say my pen is called Graeme, but then I'd have to admit I don't use a pen. Maybe I should call my keyboard Graeme instead.
When I'm not writing (well, or editing my writing. Or re-writing. Or editing my re-writing. Or... Quite. You get the picture), I'm doing other things. Maybe things involving mushrooms. And knitting needles (but the less said about my cooking, the better). Maybe things like online gaming (If you know Bard Elcano, you know me. If you know a grumpy old ... read more
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I am a first time author. From early childhood I have always enjoyed the process of developing and telling the stories that came to life in my mind. Recently, I started to write down some of those stories. I hope you enjoy my offerings to you. Peace.
My Daddy, My Hero
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I am a new writer hoping to get published. So far it's been difficult. I've sent queries out but have been rejected several times. I'm attempting e-book selling because I heard good things about it.
I live in Alabama. I have two daughters and am married. I work at Children's of Alabama in the imaging department. I write part-time and have several works completed.
Book 3 LWP Trilogy Isn't She Precious
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I am an aspiring fiction writer who hopes to someday be a working published author.
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Toshia Shaw is an author, speaker, and philanthropist. She is the founder of Purple W.I.N.G.S. Organization, a 501 c (3) for at-risk girls in Las Vegas, Nevada. She is a triumphant survivor, and educator of sex-trafficking, modern day abolitionist, and public speaker.
Toshia recorded a Spoken Word CD entitled, Open Book in 2003. She performed locally in Memphis, Tennessee on a regular basis spreading her message about life, love, social issues, and the uplifting and empowerment of youth. It was also during this time she became a Domestic Violence and HIV/AIDS advocate. The proceeds she made from her musical events were donated to various organizations. She went on to pen her first work of fiction entitled, Hig ... read more
High Stakes (Sin City Chronicles)
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Chosen Lyric, Co- Creator of Poemstars ENT & the author of "Root For The Underdog," has been Published 6 times in anthologies in 2012-13 and has graced the stages of the Nuyorican Cafe, the Nexus Lounge, the Street Poets Den, the New Britain Museum of American History, and the Walt Whitman Historical Site. He has also performed at Martin County High School at the 911 First Responsers of FL's 9/11 Memorial in 2012, Zoetry Poetry's "The Heart That Gives" Sickle Cell Anemia Benefit at University of Central Florida, and The Treasure Coast Parrotheads/ Salvation Army of Martin County's "Party With A Purpose: Christmas In The Caribbean" benefit and Toy Drive. He has returned to LI, specializes in poetry related to op ... read more
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Best of You Today
The Best of You Today is a community of women dedicated to personal growth and empowerment. Best of You Today is comprised of coaching programs, member forums, original web site content, and an active online social media community. Through these avenues, women from all walks are united to discover their true passions and purpose in life. Understanding the diverse needs of women, Best of You Today is committed to offering the very best of information, resources, and content that inspire positive life change. The time for change is now, and our goal is to support your journey to uncover the Best of You Today!
An Introduction to Angels
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A 21st century publisher/author, futurist, who received multiple independent reviews of his work, famous for his unique classic mind-bending beyond space and time, alien artifact, and exploration themed science fiction, who did his first mind-boggling science fiction classic From Beyond Space and Time in 1998, who likes and writes 21st century potential blockbusters, headline action thrillers, high quality action-packed movie-style science fiction horror.
Mind-Bending Tales of Discoveries from Beyond the Universe
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Peter Dawes is the author of The Vampire Flynn Series, published by the micro-press Crimson Melodies. His serial story, “A Maker and His Child” appears on the BloodTideZine website and short “Lost Highway” has been featured in the Nocturnal Embers anthology, also by Crimson Melodies. While primarily a novelist, he has also contributed to the story cycle Red Phone Box, featuring the work of fellow authors Warren Ellis, Dan Wickline, and more. Always working on something new, Peter leaves it up to the reader to decide if it’s by sunlight or candlelight.
Rebirth of the Seer