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 on real events of a penguin …

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

Posted on November 24, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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      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 mystery dramas. The most famous detective …

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.   My father took me to …

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 group. To help you use this …

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            iUniverse author Tom McKinley talks about his reasons for writing Winning the Fight to be Happy, how to become a happier person, and his publishing experience. Please briefly describe your book . . . …

Kenneth R. Trout’s memoir, “Navy Crash Crew”

Posted on November 6, 2017 under Author Blogs
 

              iUniverse author Kenneth R. Trout tells us about his memoir, Navy Crash Crew, and his journey as an author.   My book Navy Crash Crew began as a short fiction story. Slowly it …

Douglas Gardham’s Book Signing Tips: Part Three

Posted on November 3, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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                iUniverse author Douglas Gardham, who has penned The Actor and The Drive In, here kindly gives us more spot-on, practical information for authors doing book signings. Thanks so much, Douglas! Your day …

iUniverse presents tips for horror settings

Posted on October 31, 2017 under iUniverse Advice
 
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                  Congratulations on overcoming any “fears” and deciding to write a horror novel! iUniverse wants to emphasize the vital importance of choosing a setting that suits and contributes to your story. iUniverse …

iUniverse author Douglas Gardham’s book signing tips – Part 2

Posted on October 25, 2017 under Author Blogs
 
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                    iUniverse author Douglas Gardham, whose The Drive In and The Actor continue to receive acclaim, gives us Part Two of his very helpful tips on book signings. Book Signing – …

John Syriaco’s memoir, “My Life as a Surgeon”

Posted on October 21, 2017 under Author Blogs
 

                      iUniverse author John Syriaco tells us about his new memoir, My Life as a Surgeon.   I am of Syrian origin, from Aleppo in particular. I studied medicine and …

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