Dressing Your Book has just found out that one of our authors is going to be featured on an Investigation Discovery show. Author Yvonne Mason wrote a book called Silent Scream. It is a true crime book about Gerard Schaefer a serial killer in the Martin County area in Florida. She will be interviewed and featured on the show as an expert on Gerard Schaefer. This just goes to show that getting your book published can pay off in big ways. Look for more details to be posted as they become available. Be sure to get a copy of her book available in print and on Kindle and Nook to read before the show airs so you know all about the story.
Okay everyone; I have some interesting news for you all. You want to have your books on the shelf in bricks and mortar stores. Well, Dressing Your Book is working on a way to make that happen for you. The one thing it would require is that all books be published through Dressing Your Book and printed through Lightening Source. This is not a big deal in any case. The more authors and books I can get the cheaper it will be for all of you to avail yourself of this new and creative service Dressing Your Book will be offering by the first of the year. There will be an annual fee for me to advertise your books through Ingram distributions catalog so that your books will be in bricks and mortar stores. Something totally new for independent authors. I am trying to take you all to a place you have never been before. Please drop me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know if you are interested in joining this great new adventure. You can also post a comment on here as well and I will get them all and get you all ready for a great new year.
This is the cover I am considering for a book I am working on for a client. What does everyone think?
Not only is it a place for you to get free publicity but to get your readers to check out all of your books as well as other independent author books.
To everyone in the Tampa Bay, Florida area: A poster of all the book covers and a bio of author and poet Fran Orenstein will be part of an art exhibit of the National League of American Pen Women, Tampa Chapter at the Carollwood Cultural Center, 4537 Lowell Rd (off Fletcher Ave past Dale Mabry) in Tampa during the month of March. The opening event is Friday, March 8th from 5-7 at the Cultural Center. Featured, are artists in many medias, including award-winning miniature painters. For further information the Center’s phone number is 813-269-1310.
You have all month to check out this great exhibit and see Frans book covers and find out more about her at the same time.
Check out the latest on Fran Orenstein’s Blog page.
It’s March 2013 and author and artist, Chris Coad Taylor’s blog is posted on Fran Orenstein’s website. Did you know that a book cover can make or break the book? Find out all about covers from a cover and book trailer artist. Oh, and she’s offering two prizes in the drawing if you leave a comment and your email addy. You’ll love the prizes. Go to www.franorenstein.com and click on the new blog link at the top. P.S. It’s Fran’s new website addy, too. Please share, like and do whatever it is to promote this blog tour for 2013 on everything to do with writing and publishing.
I have just received a new book for editing and publication. If you grew up in the 60’s and 70’s or are just curious about what your parents did when they were growing up then this book is going to be for you. It should be available sometime in April. You will be kept up on the actual release date but definitely put it on your list of books to read. Part real life story and part fiction it is going to be a wild ride through a turbulent time in this countries history.
Fran Orenstein has a new book coming out soon. Here you will find the information on the book that is coming soon and once it is available you will find the information on how to order it on this site as well. The title for the book is “One Amber Too Many” Check it out.
One Amber Too Many by Fran Orenstein – a chapter book for children ages 7 -10, coming in early Spring from World Castle Publishing
Bad things are happening in Gillian Sandler’s life. Just after her ninth birthday her parents announce that they are getting divorced. If that wasn’t enough, her dad is leaving for a younger woman named Amber whom he intends to marry. Even worse, Gilly, the star goalie for the school soccer team, knows three Ambers, all on the team and in her fourth-grade class. Embarrassed and furious, Gilly conspires to get rid of Amber, her future stepmother, and enlists the help of her older brother, Marcus. Whatever she tries seems to backfire, until one terrifying night, when she learns something important about Amber. Then there’s the Amber Club at school. If she can become a member, will they join the conspiracy?
Check out Fran Orenstein’s website: http://franorenstein.weebly.com/new-blog.html. Her quest blogger for February is J. R. Lindermuth. His subject is “How do you get those ideas?'” An interesting read for all writers and a chance to win one of his books just for leaving a comment. Get on over to Fran’s page and check out the latest blog from J. R. Lindermuth.