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  • James Marshall Smith On the Assassination of Alexander Litvinenko

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    James Marshall Smith, Ph.D., author of the amazon medical bestseller, Silent Source, recently wrote about the Litvinenko murder using polonium-210. Smith’s article was picked up by media such as American Security Today, which added a video by the BBC:  https://americansecuritytoday.com/litvinenko-assassination-nuclear-hit-men-learn-video/.

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  • What Should You Know About the Publisher’s Contract?

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    Authors, it’s so exciting to be offered a contract from a publisher, but there are some terms you should be familiar with. BookWorks has a valuable article that will help you understand some of the terms you may find in the publisher’s contract. https://www.bookworks.com/2016/06/5-legal-terms-every-author-should-know/  

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  • Want to Get an Agent?

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    Amber Brock, author of A Fine Imitation, offers some sage advice to other authors seeking an agent in this article from Writers Digest http://www.writersdigest.com/editor-blogs/guide-to-literary-agents/how-i-got-my-literary-agent-amber-brock.

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  • Good Thinking from One of My Favorite Authors

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    Pulitzer Prize winner Annie Dillard on writers: “The writer studies literature, not the world. He lives in the world; he cannot miss it. If he has ever bought a hamburger, or taken a commercial airplane flight, he spares his readers a report of his experience. He is careful of...

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  • How to Create a Great Author Website

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    What a find! Mary Jaksch has provided a blueprint for either building or maintaining websites just for authors, with tips specifically for fiction or nonfiction authors. I’m sharing it with all my authors. Check this out: http://writetodone.com/creating-author-websites/  and get all your website questions answered! Max thinks you’ll like this tip!...

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