Author of “Red Bride’s Noose,” Alexandra Swistak has traveled the world in her study of languages, culture and architecture. She has degrees in education and art history, specializing in Early Renaissance paintings. A dream job move to Asia triggered a career change by the time she returned to Canada. She brings art, travel and an interest in the supernatural to her writing.
“Red Bride’s Noose” Book Synopsis
Camille Hayer should be preparing for a job interview—not ordered to pack her bags for a cousin’s... Read More
Teena Stewart is a multi-published author, an accomplished artist, and a ministry leader. Her most recent book publications include Mothers and Daughters: Mending a Strained Relationship (Beacon Hill) and Brave New Century (Prism).
Her book Mothers and Daughters is available in print and Kindle formats.
Teena Stewart’s book, Mothers and Daughters: Mending a Strained Relationship, will help you name your hurts, face the barriers that stand in the way of a healthy mother daughter relationship and forgive what feels... Read More
by Ammar Aukhil
As a writer, one of the hardest tasks of becoming a successful published author is trying to get your book into people’s hands.
Skipping ahead all the typical marketing tips like reviewing your content and targeting your audience, what you really need to is prove that what you have to say is worth buying. A lot of this includes properly advertising your book and making it look interesting.
As a social media advertising specialist I have seen young authors climb their way to the top by simply spreading their work... Read More
Denise “DedeMed” Hazime (Orange County, CA) acquired a love of Mediterranean cooking at a very young age, growing up in a large Lebanese family steeped in rich culinary tradition. Exposed early on to a range of cooking techniques from her mother, Denise continues her love of cooking at her website, Dede’s Mediterranean Kitchen (DedeMed.com), where she teaches how to cook the Mediterranean way through easy instructional videos. Denise has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, on CNN, in Coast Magazine, and in many other nationwide... Read More
by Christina Cavanaugh
In this day and age, most people (and certainly most writers) are familiar with self-publishing. In case you don’t know, self-publishing can loosely be defined as publication of a work without the involvement of a third party or external publisher, who generally assists with handling the responsibilities of formatting, compilation, distribution and publicizing of that work.
That was a mouthful. But the difference will boil down to what you do versus what you pay. With self-publishing, you do more but pay less;... Read More
Allegra Jordan is an author and innovation consultant. She led marketing at USAToday.com, handled crisis communications for the Enron investigation, co-developed a Google Glass app and has taught innovation in 16 countries on five continents. Her articles, cases and book reviews have appeared in USA Today, TEDx, and in publications by Duke, Harvard and UT-Austin. She curates a top-ranked reconciliation poetry website. A graduate with honors of Harvard Business School, she has been named a top executive under 40 in Austin, Texas, and... Read More