It's hard to believe that The Golden Pathway virtual book tour coordinated by Pump Up Your Book Promotion reaches the homestretch. The adventure of introducing David and Jenkins to the literary world has been a wonderful opportunity to meet so many advid readers I may have never met otherwise. Even though this portion of the journey will end on October 29, I'm anxious to keep their story swirling through cyberspace and into classrooms, libraries, and bookstores. So don't forget to check back for updates on appearances both vritually and in person.
Thank you to one and all for your never ending support and please follow along on the last stops, for when one's journey ends, another adventure awaits.
Monday, October 25
Book spotlighted at Book Tours and More
Thursday, October 28
Book reviewed at Thoughts in Progress
Friday, October 29
Book reviewed at Book Reviews by Molly
Guest blogging at SFC Blog: Families Matter
Thank you for your time and interest!
In marketing, one of the best ways to sell a product or service is to SHOW what it can do for you. Well, this music instructor had the right idea in using one of his students (I'm assuming) to demonstrate how a child could learn to play the guitar.
Granted, not all children or adults have the same capabilities or talents, but this is an excellent marketing tool. And, note that just listening to the audio wouldn't have the same affect. It's the video of this little boy with amazing talent that makes you want to run to the instructor's home and get lessons for you or your child.
So, without further ado, here is one outstanding little guitar player:
Sungha plays 'C*ome Toge*ther' arranged by Michael Chapdelaine
I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. I love listening to the guitar, violin, and cello.
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For Immediate Release
Stories for Children Magazine Reopens Its Doors!
The exciting growth and changes continue to occur at Stories for Children Magazine and we are pleased to announce its reopening! This award-winning Ezine shut down for a short hiatus as their Founder, Owner and Editor-in-Chief VS Grenier gave birth to a wonderful baby girl.
“Being a mother takes a lot out of you, but now that my little girl is old enough to play in my office and my other kids are back in school . . . it’s time to reopen Stories for Children Magazine,” states VS Grenier. “I’ve really missed working with our great list of authors and illustrators. In addition, I am looking forward to working with the new SFC Team. We have a few of our old team members back, but we’ve added a lot of new faces as well.”
Stories for Children Magazine’s first issue is planned for April 2011. They are open to submissions and are looking for fiction, nonfiction, poems, crafts, activities, puzzles and youth submissions to fill their April, May and Summer 2011 issues. You can find their guidelines at http://storiesforchildrenmagazine.org under the contributors section.
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Thus, I recommend Michelle Dunn's Mosquito Marketing, a book full of book-marketing essentials. Here is the heartfelt recommendation I wrote to Michelle, complete with disclaimer:
Congratulations on a job well done! In the writing. In the accumulation of knowledge. And in the production. I shall recommend Mosquito Marketing to my UCLA students and my clients--every single one of them!
Yes, you may use that as an endorsement, though you may not want to because I contributed to the book. Thus I may appear biased. The thing is, I would have said the same thing even if I had no part in it! (-:
So, it's going up on my Web site (the Resources for Writers section of www.howtodoitfrugally.com) right now! And into my recommendation list for my students. Soon. (-:
Thank you so much. Mosquito Marketing (ISBN 1453605304) will be a valued part of books I am part of--ones that I keep in a special reference (and brag!) library. Great work!
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The National Writing for Children Center is Sponsoring a 6-day Virtual Book Tour for Author Mayra Calvani, Starting Wednesday, October 6, 2010
Author Mayra Calvani and her new book How to Turn Your Book Club into a Spectacular Event are being showcased the entire month of October at the National Writing for Children Center. Part of this showcase includes a 6-day virtual book tour. Join Suzanne Lieurance, founder and director of the National Writing for Children Center, and the virtual book tour hosts as they welcome Mayra Calvani for her exclusive tour that starts Wednesday, October 6.
Mayra Calvani is an award-winning multi-genre author for children and adults. Her work, The Slippery Art of Book Reviewing, was a ForeWord Best Book of the Year Award winner. She’s had over 300 reviews, interviews, articles and stories published online and in print. Her picture books include The Magic Violin, Crash, Humberto the Bookworm Hamster, and the forthcoming Frederico the Mouse Violinist.
Intrigued? Want to learn more about Mayra? Follow along on Mayra’s virtual book tour. Here's the schedule:
Wednesday, October 6
“Meet the Author”
Host: Terri Forehand – “http://terri-forehand.blogspot.com/” http://terri-forehand.blogspot.com/
Thursday, October 7
“The Writer’s Life”
Host: Kristi Bernard – “http://kristibernard.wordpress.com” http://kristibernard.wordpress.com
Friday, October 8
“Tradebook Tips for Teachers”
Host: Margot Finke – “http://margotfinke.blogspot.com/” http://margotfinke.blogspot.com/
Saturday, October 9
Host: Donna McDine - “http://www.thegoldenpathway.blogspot.com” http://www.thegoldenpathway.blogspot.com
Sunday, October 10
“On the Go”
Host: Suzanne Lieurance – “http://suzannelieurance.com” http://suzannelieurance.com
Monday, October 11
“Become a Fan of Children’s Author, Mayra Calvani”
Host: Kathy Stemke – “http://www.educationtipster.blogspot.com” http://www.educationtipster.blogspot.com
Thank you for your interest, we look forward to your visit.
Authors interested in being showcased at the National Writing for Children Center can download an application "http://www.writingforchildrencenter.com" www.writingforchildrencenter.com or email Suzanne Lieurance for more information at "mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org" email@example.com.