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message 1: by John (new)

John Monk (JohnMonk) | 2 comments We writers need inspiration from time to time, so i thought I would share this... Hugh Howey wrote a little 39 page book and put it on the kindle and forgot about it, at least he tried to, but he recieved so many demands to write more he brought out 8 more books in the series. What is inspirational about this is what is now called Kindle Worlds. There are a number of topics YOU can write about and share the profits with the original owner of the work. It is a great way to find an immediate audience.
I am giving it a go and will have my own Wool book online in a few weeks, i will update you on how it goes....

message 2: by Howard (new)

Howard H. | 13 comments Good luck with your project. Here are some links for another project from another local author that won the National Book Award in the Memoir/Autobiography category that may give you some inspiration:
The fascinating new human interest book is called “THE SPY IN CANAAN” by Howard H. Schack.

For the Kindle Version of The Spy in Canaan:

Enjoy the information and keep us informed.

message 3: by Howard (new)

Howard H. | 13 comments Let me know if a meeting is ever scheduled. My books are available from Amazon, Barnes and Noble and leading bookstores in large print format, on KINDLE and other Electronic media.

For the Printed Version of my latest book, "The Spy in Canaan" go to:

For the Kindle Version of The Spy in Canaan:

Enjoy and stay safe.
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message 4: by Diane (new)

Diane Thompson | 5 comments I really need a writer's group. I am in Rockland and want to get in one. Do you know of one around? I just bought your book, btw. Looks interesting.

message 5: by Howard (new)

Howard H. | 13 comments There was once a group connected with Rockland Community College and another discussion group at Long Island University sponsored Collaborative in Orangeburg, however I don't know if either one is still active. Best bet: Form a group and see how many attend.
Enjoy my book. All the best, Howard.

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