Monthly Archive: September 2013

Sep 26

The Tooth Fairy Explained

Denise Barry is the author of the children’s picture book “What Does the Tooth Fairy Do With Our Teeth?” and the soon to be released “Soap on a Rope.” She loves writing for kids because she thinks like one, and what else is there to do during the wintry months in Buffalo, NY, where she …

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Sep 25

Some Novel News…

Dear Friends, I hope you have had a wonderful month. I just wanted to write and tell you why I have been absent from this site for a week or so… Things have been crazy over here at Novel Ideas, and I will be replying to all your emails and letters over the next few …

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Sep 11

We Have Entered a New Era of Book Promotion

Friends, I wrote last week to tell you about the devastating effect the traditional publishing industry has had on the good people of the book world–the writers. I now want to tell you about one hope we have of escaping their iron grasp. I created an e-zine and gave it away for free. It has …

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Sep 11

The Real “Mad Men” Revealed…

A NEW and EXPLOSIVE autobiography from Boyd Lemon has arrived!   Meet the REAL “Mad Men” and give the TV show a miss…   Boyd Lemon’s new biography blows the lid off a whole era of executive businessmen, corporate business and excessive living. Join Boyd as he takes you through the endless money, ideas and …

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Sep 09

Free E-zine and a Thankyou

Dear Friends, I would like to tell you about a new “E-zine” we have put together here at Novel Ideas. An E-zine that will hopefully bring some interesting authors to your attention. This E-zine is currently free until Thursday and has a whole host of interviews from all kinds of writers from all over the …

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Sep 04

EXCLUSIVE: The First Time… Nick Wale Introduces The Novel Ideas E-zine

      We are currently undergoing a revolution in the book world. We the People are the ones who have to decide where this revolution is going to go. We the People are the drivers of the car, and the car is the publishing industry. The publishing world would have you believe that there …

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