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The Chain of Souls Kickstarter Campaign Launches Today!

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books, PubSmart Marketing, PubSmart Media | 0 comments

The Chain of Souls Kickstarter Campaign Launches Today!

Today, October 1st, 2014, starts our month long campaign with Kickstarter to raise funds in order to produce a movie based on Jack Heath’s #1 bestselling books Salem VI: Rebecca’s Rising and Salem VI: Chain of Souls! That’s right! The film rights have been obtained to start creating the first of a trilogy of movies called Chain of Souls! We need your help to get the CHAIN OF SOULS movie to the big screen! Based on the bestselling paranormal book trilogy “Salem VI”. Help make the CHAIN OF SOULS movie series a...

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Tips for Knowing Your Audience

Posted by on Jun 25, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Author, PubSmart Books, PubSmart Marketing | 0 comments

Tips for Knowing Your Audience

One of the most important aspects to keep in mind while going through the writing process is who your audience is. It is especially important when coming into the Children’s Book genre. Because there are so many different milestones in a child’s life each one deserves a specific sub genre.

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Troubling Accents by R. Flowers Rivera

Posted by on Jun 5, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books | 0 comments

Troubling Accents by R. Flowers Rivera

Troubling Accents by R. Flowers Rivera “Troubling Accents” is filled with the subjects of race, gender roles, women, charming children, not so charming children, and most importantly troubles people face. In the poem, “Green Pods” by Raquel Rivera we get a taste of history, cleverness, and truthfulness.  Told by a narrator with a young sister of two-years-old that makes the statement “white people lie,” the poem “Green Pods” has very real and relatable characters.  Just as she does in “Green Pods,” award winning poet R....

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Love’s Second Chance by Mike Lynch

Posted by on May 28, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books | 0 comments

Love’s Second Chance by Mike Lynch

Everyone deserves a second chance at love and life, no matter how unlikely. Dana Rogers learns this powerful truth as she serves as the pastor’s assistant at New Covenant Christian Church, the center of community life in the town of Fairhaven for the past two hundred years. There she has caught the eye of Evan Johnson, a highly successful real estate agent, but the tragic death of her fiancé has wounded her so deeply she vows never to open her heart again to any man, including Evan. Despite resisting him at every turn, he helps her work...

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3rd Hand Ranch by L.R. Claude

Posted by on May 17, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books | 0 comments

3rd Hand Ranch by L.R. Claude

3rd Hand Ranch deals with the harsh reality of young women, who deal with bullying. A rancher and his wife invite four struggling young teens to their farm for the school year to find their footing with themselves and their inner strength, as well as a much needed environment, in which they can learn to trust others. The lovable troublesome dog, Banjo, is well adapted to read the cues from the girls and helps to comfort in times of need also. A gripping and laughable book that has found a home on many shelves already.   L.R. Claude is...

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Payne & Misery by Catherine Leggitt

Posted by on May 14, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books | 0 comments

Payne & Misery by Catherine Leggitt

Christine Sterling notices cracks in her happily-ever-after retirement dream almost as soon as she and husband, Jesse, settle in Grass Valley, a quiet California town in the scenic foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Jesse gleefully dives into new hobbies, but loneliness, boredom, and discontentment reduce her to snooping on neighbors, which fuels her active imagination. Jumping to conclusions is one of Christine’s best skills. One morning, Christine spies a man she has never seen before. In the dilapidated house down the hill,...

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eloves me, eloves me not by L.A. Johannesson

Posted by on May 7, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books | 0 comments

eloves me, eloves me not by L.A. Johannesson

Still single at 39, Kayte Wexford has everything but Mr. Right. Even with her rewarding career, indulgent lifestyle and colourful friends, the reality is there’s still no one waiting at home for her but the dog. With keyboard at the ready and best friend at her side, she turns to technology for help, hoping online dating will finally deliver the man of her dreams. eloves me, eloves me not chronicles Kayte’s online dating adventures answering the question, “Is the reality of online dating more train wrecks or fairy tales?” When a...

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The Elixir of Life by Michael J. Scott

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books | 0 comments

The Elixir of Life by Michael J. Scott

It begins with the abduction of a Holocaust survivor from a New York City mission, but soon escalates as Dr. Jonathan Munro’s colleague, Dr. Harry Bryce, an expert in the Middle Ages, is also kidnapped. Jon soon finds himself teamed with his ex-fiancée and artifact-thief, Isabel Kaufman and her new partner: the Irish mercenary Sean MacNeil. Together, they work to rescue Harry from an ancient order of alchemists bent on finding The Elixir of Life, a substance thought to cure any disease and prolong life indefinitely. Are they chasing a...

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The Santa Claus Killer by R.J. Smith

Posted by on Apr 25, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Books | 0 comments

The Santa Claus Killer by R.J. Smith

Richard Blake was a bright, young medical doctor with looks to kill for, but he described himself as just an ordinary guy making the best of life. What he claims took him over the edge was his wife’s escalating drug habit and placement of their young son, Stefan, in an adoption agency; neither of which he could do anything about. In reality, Richard was never just an ordinary guy. Long before he began abusing his wife and son, he tortured animals – cats, specifically, most times to the point of death. Their torture became such an obsession...

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Using an eBook to Boost Social Media Activity

Posted by on Apr 13, 2014 in Blog, PubSmart Author, PubSmart Books, PubSmart Marketing, PubSmart Media | 0 comments

Using an eBook to Boost Social Media Activity

by Sherrie Wilkolaski Information is a powerful tool. These days the most valuable information appears to be what gets out to the public first. Fact-checking and research has gone by the wayside, and it’s all about going viral. If you’re looking to beat the information rat-race and position yourself as trusted information source, what can you do in this social media “pick me first” climate?  Publishing an eBook is brilliant way to make your way through the clutter. Giving it away for free is the secret ingredient that will create...

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