Jason Alster Just a reminder that Jason Alster's interview about his new book "Leaving Home, Going Home, Returning Home: A Hebrew American's Sojourn in The Land of Israel" will be with Don McCauley of the Author's Show… Continue
Added by Jason Mark Alster M.Sc on March 17, 2010 at 6:03pm —
This past Monday, I finally took the time to create an additional "Blog" (Additional to CAPA's, that is). It's a Blog about 19th century women's fashions -- one of my specialities, thanks to many years experience working in Mystic Seaport's costuming shop. I'm trying to post something every day, beginning with those mysterious undergarments -- the thing that gives a 19th century woman that "hour-glass" figure.
However, as of this writing, it hasn't been discovered/visited by… Continue
Added by Karlee A. Etter on March 10, 2010 at 6:47pm —
Hi fellow CAPA authors. I just gave an author interview with Don McCauley from the Authors Show. After the interview for my new book " Leaving Home , Going Home , Returning Home " ( with Amazon.com) , I asked him if he wanted other new book authors from CAPA to contact him. He said a definite YES. Tell him you heard from Jason. http://www.theauthorsshow.com
The Authors Show .
Added by Jason Mark Alster M.Sc on February 19, 2010 at 4:32am —
I have just returned from a month's trip to see my daughter and grandchildren in Singapore. We had a side visit to Bali, and five days sailing in Thailand. It was a wonderful trip, but I am worn out by the 32 hour plane trip. I will write some more about this, meanwhile enjoy the photos. Ames
Added by AMES K. SWARTSFAGER on January 14, 2010 at 4:26pm —
Award-winning writer Adele Annesi has two short stories published in literary magazines. "Entertain Strangers," about lost opportunities, appears in Issue 9 of 34th Parallel and is available at Lula.
"All the Pretty Places," about the cost of second chances, appears in Tertulia Magazine and can be viewed at… Continue
Added by Adele Annesi on January 14, 2010 at 11:23am —
According to a few books I have read on the subject of increasing book exposure and sales including in the book "The Step - By Step Guide to Self-Publishing for Profit" by C. Pinheiro , a great technique is to get book reviews. It can even be more cost efficient than paid advertisement. Especially if you are marketing your books / books with Amazon.com there is allot of support for book reviews and reviewers. I myself place a review on every book I read with Amazon.com. As I just published a… Continue
Added by Jason Mark Alster M.Sc on January 9, 2010 at 2:52pm —
BE CAREFUL OF AGENTS, SOME ARE WOLVES IN AGENT CLOTHING.
Monday, August 24, 2009
A week has past and I am no longer frustrated, but I still have a warning for writers. Be very careful when you are looking for agents. I was “taken” only two (almost three) times by agents who directed me to editors who never finished the work and both agent and editor disappeared after getting their pay.
I had an agent “just north of New York City” with a huge mailroom so I had to mark… Continue
Added by AMES K. SWARTSFAGER on August 31, 2009 at 2:53pm —
Saturday, August 08, 2009
July post is a little late
I spent most of July having, what my surgeon referred to, as my first vacation in twenty years. But I can't kick because, in spite of the fact that I am still walking around still like an old lady, I found that I don't have cancer and that's a great thing.
So, I am back at work finishing up the Poodle book which will go on pre-sale in a couple of weeks. I have had fun… Continue
Added by Peggy Gaffney on August 8, 2009 at 10:20am —
Award-winning writer and editor Adele Annesi is launching a new website, AdeleAnnesi,
on the theme of place as inspiration
to complement her Word for Words
and Writing Linx
blogs for editors and writers. Pass the new venue along to your writers’ group, and visit the site to leave a comment on the… Continue
Added by Adele Annesi on August 5, 2009 at 2:01pm —
Continuing with our Summer Pot Luck Meetings, we met on July 20 on my back deck. We hit a milestone with the number of people present, 33. This number does include spouses, special friends, etc. We had 4 prospective members including a 9 year old girl who loves to write. Out guest speaker was none other than Brian Jud, who was accompanied by his lovely wife Nicki. I think Brian casts a spell on the audience, because nobody moved during his entire speech. As only Brian can, he captivated the… Continue
Added by Tom Santos on July 27, 2009 at 8:30am —
On August 2nd, at the Millrace Book store in Farmington, Ct., I will be giving a talk on Earth changes. The talk will focus upon the research, observations, and conclusions reached in writing Truth Never Changes: Earth Changes over a 30 year period. Commonly referred to ‘The End-of-Days’ or ‘End-Times’, the phenomenon know as 2012 is arguably the seminal event of the new millennium. It is equated with the beginning of the Age of Aquarius on 12/21/2012. Come and hear what to expect and what… Continue
Added by Michael L. Kilday on July 26, 2009 at 1:01pm —
Hi Adele - congratulations on your being elected to CAPA's board as Publicity Editor. All Best, Lois Mathieu (CAPA member)
Added by Lois Mathieu on July 9, 2009 at 10:55am —
A Busy Week - Full of Books
The week has been filled with lots of exciting adventures as well as the day to day routines. To begin with, I approved the printing of The Crafty Welsh Corgi Knits - Pembroke and Cardigan. I had a lot of fun creating this book and it is dedicated to my late friend John Lang who was a longtime obedience club member and who had a amazing bond with his Pembroke Welsh Corgis over the years.… Continue
Added by Peggy Gaffney on June 9, 2009 at 11:45am —
Award-winning editor and writer Adele Annesi has just been appointed to the board of the Connecticut Authors and Publishers Association (CAPA) as publicity chairperson. Adele has been a member of CAPA for the past five years, and contributes the Connections column to the association's monthly newsletter, "The Authority." She will work with the CAPA board to promote projects such as the yearly CAPA University conference and the Big E Eastern States Exposition, as well as other CAPA members… Continue
Added by Adele Annesi on May 21, 2009 at 1:30pm —
Promoting through online social media is the hottest trend in marketing today, embraced by everyone from solo entrepreneurs to major corporations, and it's a terrific tool for authors.
Join me on the virtual book tour
for my new book, The Savvy Book Marketer's Guide to… Continue
Added by Dana Lynn Smith on May 8, 2009 at 3:24pm —
On Monday, May, 11, award-winning writer and editor Adele Annesi will present the innovative Art of Editing in Writing
workshop for fiction and nonfiction writers at Plumb Memorial Library in Shelton.
The Art of Editing in Writing uses the six Rs of editing — reading, revising, rewriting, restructuring, researching and rereading — to help writers hone their work for publication in today's competitive market. Workshop leader Adele Annesi is an editor with Gartner, Inc., and has… Continue
Added by Adele Annesi on May 4, 2009 at 2:30pm —
for a final prompt from writer Jamie Cat Callan, author of French Women Don't Sleep Alone. For a chance to win The Writer's Toolbox,
send your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feel free to pass this along to your writers’… Continue
Added by Adele Annesi on April 29, 2009 at 9:58am —
Visit wordforwords.blogspot.com with renowned writer Jamie Cat Callan, author of French Women Don't Sleep Alone, and respond to the prompt by sending your entry to email@example.com.
Or respond to Jamie's prompt by writing 500 words:
We were drinking champagne and losing our shirts.
After the contest closes, we'll announce the winner and post the entry on the blog. The winner will receive The Writer's Toolbox.
Added by Adele Annesi on April 15, 2009 at 12:32pm —
In the 1960s(?), Harry Belafonte sang a nonsensical little ditty called (I think) “Man Piaba, Woman Piaba”. Or possibly it was a wry commentary on life and actually made a lot of sense, but I was a typical male teenager and too stupid to realize it at the time. One of the lines recently came to mind (funny how long-term memory works): “… your Rorschach shows you’re a Peripatetic…”.
Sometimes I think my daughter (and co-author) Leanne and I are student Peripatetics, itinerant… Continue
Added by Denning Powell on April 3, 2009 at 7:42pm —
A bit of good news — my submission "Pretzel Prosaic" is up for a Reader's Award on www.thenovelette.com. The short piece appears at http://writingcontest.thenovelette.com/a-annesi, and could use your vote.
Added by Adele Annesi on March 13, 2009 at 6:27pm —