Book Cover Contest

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The president of IndieBRAG just told me I am in the running to become a finalist for their Book Cover contest, which starts on July 1st. The honor is not for my latest book, but for the first one I wrote: Warrior Patient. It’s a book that contains a lot of humor, and much that is… Continue reading Book Cover Contest

An Extraordinary Thriller from Mike Panno

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The depth of the characters, the twists and turns you can do nothing but follow, the storyline that keeps stretching tighter with each chapter … it’s easy to see why Animal Rites was one of the Next Generation Indie Book Awards top picks in the Thriller category. Michael Panno is a master of dialog and… Continue reading An Extraordinary Thriller from Mike Panno

Awesome Indies awards “Wrinkled Heartbeats” its coveted Approval Badge.

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Awesome Indies is one of the most-respected guides and advisers of Indie Publishing. It has just sent Wrinkled Heartbeats its notice of approval. They suggest their Awesome Indies Approval (AIA) badge “takes the risk out of buying Indie.” The endorsement does not come easily. Two AIA reviewers/editors must approve the book with at least a 4-star ranking.… Continue reading Awesome Indies awards “Wrinkled Heartbeats” its coveted Approval Badge.

What techniques work for a self-publishing author?

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Follow @templewms I was asked what techniques work for a self-publishing author, with the suggestion that advertising sounded like a good idea. Here’s my answer: It’s an open-ended question with so many possible answers … you could write a book. And they have. Dozens. Depends on genre, quality, willingness to promote, knowledge of methods, ability… Continue reading What techniques work for a self-publishing author?

An Epilogue was added to Warrior Patient on March 24, 2015

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Follow @templewms In Chapter 7, Doctor Manuel Abreu prescribes pills which you should never take. The patient’s medical history (available on the doctor’s computer) indicates the medication should not be given. The pills help push you into the quicksand of renal failure, kidney dialysis, open wounds, terrible infections, MRSA, partial blindness, shingles, hernias (but not… Continue reading An Epilogue was added to Warrior Patient on March 24, 2015

Links to WARRIOR PATIENT

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Follow @templewms Here are the current, important links to the book, WARRIOR PATIENT Amazon: amzn.to/1xPJOnh Smashwords: bit.ly/1JQ7zle Barnes & Noble: bit.ly/1dQeptP Goodreads: bit.ly/1R1cdfw Google+: bit.ly/1ebkgKN Reader’s Favorite: bit.ly/1HTlbLm Apple iBooks: apple.co/1FiOIfV AuthorsDen: bit.ly/1G0k0J6 HumanMade: bit.ly/1Fj4HWC Kobo Books: bit.ly/1IYaus5 YouTube Video: bit.ly/1FWdvCv CreateSpace: bit.ly/1KSGNZ3 CreateSpace Preview: bit.ly/1ehdO50 Facebook: facebook.com/temple.emmet.williams Twitter: bit.ly/1OV26gD Website: bit.ly/wp-helps Reviews: bit.ly/1tQOhk6