iUniverse presents Great Christmas Reading

Posted on December 15, 2017 under iUniverse Advice

    Now that we are well ensconced in the Christmas season, iUniverse thought we would recommend some pleasant reading to reinforce your Yuletide cheer. At this time of year, we often get so caught up in the activity of …

Gerry Burke: Author, Humorist, Racehorse Breeder

Posted on December 12, 2017 under Author Blogs

      Veteran iUniverse author Gerry Burke talks about his novels, characters, and thoughts on writing.   I have just had business cards printed. I always visualize the cover of my new book on 80% of the available space. …

Stephen H. Archer’s “The Mind and the Stock Market”

Posted on December 11, 2017 under Author Blogs

        Author Stephen H. Archer provides crucial investment advice in his new book, The Mind and the Stock Market.   My book, The Mind and the Stock Market, is primarily a book for those who want to …

iUniverse presents tips on how to write Chapter One

Posted on December 6, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
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          iUniverse understands the psychological challenge of writing a book. The important thing is to not be intimidated. Millions of people have written books, and while it was easier for some than for others, the act …

Author Vincent Di Blasi and “Creating Cassandra”

Posted on December 5, 2017 under Author Blogs

            iUniverse introduces Vincent Di Blasi, who tells us about his recently published book, Creating Cassandra.   Please briefly describe your book . . . In the process of authoring Creating Cassandra, I found myself …

Using “The Art of War” to Market Your Book!

Posted on November 30, 2017 under iUniverse Advice

              Sun Tzu’s The Art of War, written in the 5th century BC, remains a classic for military strategists as well as corporate marketers and salesmen. Today, I’ll show you ways in which to …

Raphael Melis and his first literary endeavor, “Nicanor the Penguin”

Posted on November 27, 2017 under Author Blogs

                iUniverse author Raphael Melis talks about Nicanor the Penguin, his international experience, and his literary influences.   Please briefly describe your book . . . The book is a fictional story based …

iUniverse presents: Genres which make the most money, Part 2

Posted on November 24, 2017 under iUniverse Advice

                  iUniverse continues with its list of which genres bring in the most cash. We’ve already seen horror, sci-fi/fantasy, and self-help, so let’s go into the Top Two below. Second: Crime and …

Robin Jones and his Yuletide tale, “Letter from Santa Claus”

Posted on November 17, 2017 under Author Blogs

                    iUniverse’s Robin Jones talks about his book Letter from Santa Claus – a nice book to start the Christmas season!   My book takes place in 1949 in Toronto, Ontario. …

iUniverse presents: Genres which make the most money, Part 1

Posted on November 17, 2017 under iUniverse Advice

                      Contrary to what many might think, the average reader searches for books by genre, and the best-selling books are those which can be identified as belonging to a particular …

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