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Interested in debunking any historical FACT????????????????

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THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS by M.C.V. EGAN )
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I am M. C. V. Egan author of The Bridge of Deaths. I WELCOME AUTHORS OF ALL GENRES FOR A DAY IN THE SPOTLIGHT @ http://4covert2overt.blogspot.com/

THE BRIDGE OF DEATHS
An unusual yet much recommended read, November 6, 2011
By Midwest Book ReviewThis review is from: The Bridge of Deaths (Paperback)
What happens in the moments leading up to disaster? "The Bridge of Deaths" follows the story of a true life event of a plane crash shortly before World War II of an international meeting of many individuals. Compiling a work of intrigue based on those who lost their lives and what they may have been seeking, "The Bridge of Deaths' is an unusual yet much recommended read.

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Allan Bayne left a comment for Catalina Egan
"Catalina, Thanks for the welcome. I am not a natural techie so I am trying to find my way around book blogs, and discover how I can contribute, and how I can promote my own books. Would not be of much help to you right now as I haven't got it…"
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"Ms. Egan, I responded to your eMail, then noticed the "no-reply" return. So here's what I wrote:   While I appreciate the offer and the friendliness, I'm likely a poor choice for cross-pollinating. My novel, MURDERgODS, is…"
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"Thanks for the welcome. Good to meet another history devotee. I'd be very interested in cross promotion, will email you. Don't worry, my book Presidents' Body Counts is presidential history, not even vaguely erotica. Though there are…"
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At 5:58am on April 18, 2014,
Author
Milly Born
said…

Hello Catalina, thanks for welcoming me on Book Blogs. It's good to be in touch with other authors. I'm an about-to-be-self-published author of my first book that took me about a year to write. In that year, I discovered how important writing is for me, as if I'm finally--at 52;-)--doing the thing for which I was made. It's "painting with words" (see Casey Prince's blog post at http://www.caseyprince.me/5-minute-friday/5-minute-friday-paint/) and it makes me happy in a way that is difficult to describe to people who don't write.

So thanks again for contacting me! Looking forward to sharing with you and sharing about you.

At 7:24pm on April 17, 2014,
Author
Allan Bayne
said…
Catalina,
Thanks for the welcome. I am not a natural techie so I am trying to find my way around book blogs, and discover how I can contribute, and how I can promote my own books. Would not be of much help to you right now as I haven't got it all figured out yet.
Al Bayne
At 7:45pm on April 3, 2014,
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Monica Davis
said…

Thank you so much for the welcome.

At 12:29pm on April 2, 2014, Abril Wagner said…

Catalina,

Thank you for such a nice welcome!

I must confess I came across this blog by chance when I happened to read a comment from an author of this blog on the difficulty of publishing in other languages markets because she didn't know any translator to trust her book to. I just wanted to tell her to trust translators trained in renowned translation academies. For example, here in Argentina there are a few and the translation course takes 5 years and is as demanding as a university career.

I am a English-Spanish literary translator, trained in the best translators' academy in Argentina. I love translating novels, particularly historical romances (I really love them!).  J. A. Gordon, Laura Lee Guhrke, Elizabeth Hoyt, Florencia Bonelli, Lisa Kleypas, Jane Austen, Bram Stoker, William Shakespeare are just some of hundreds of authors included in my bookcase.

As I mentioned, I just wanted to establish how to find reliable literary translators by checking the translators' careers academies but with such a nice welcome, I think I am going to stay and enjoy this blog longer.

Thanks a lot!

At 11:47am on March 29, 2014,
Author
tony brown
said…
Ms. Egan,
I responded to your eMail, then noticed the "no-reply" return. So here's what I wrote:
 
While I appreciate the offer and the friendliness, I'm likely a poor choice for cross-pollinating. My novel, MURDERgODS, is rife with unsavory vocabulary, given that it's the story of serial murderers. Not particularly suited to a "family friendly" promotion. Perhaps on one of my future works?
 
Cordially,
 
Tony Brown
At 12:02am on March 29, 2014,
Author
Al Carroll
said…

Thanks for the welcome. Good to meet another history devotee. I'd be very interested in cross promotion, will email you.

Don't worry, my book Presidents' Body Counts is presidential history, not even vaguely erotica. Though there are histories about presidents that are gruesome (genocide by Jackson, Nixon, and Reagan), none of the history has anything sexual, except a brief mention of the only known gay president (Buchanan.)

Talk to you soon.

At 3:01pm on March 27, 2014,
Author
Barbara Belinskas
said…

Hi Catalina I am pleased to meet you, and thanks for the welcome.  I am new to this world of writing, but found it very relaxing to let my mind wander into fantasy.  I have just self-published my first book “Ephemerals” which is science fiction fantasy.

Barbara Belinskas

At 4:51am on March 27, 2014,
Author
Janice Graham
said…

Thanks for the Welcome, Catalina. With five novels published with traditional major publishing houses, I'm now independent, and I'm thrilled to be meeting and working with fellow authors. My last novel, the critically acclaimed Romancing Miss Brontë, written as Juliet Gael, has just now been released on Kindle and is available worldwide. I'll be back in touch with you soon. Janice

At 3:26pm on March 15, 2014,
Author
Lance Erlick
said…

Hi Catalina,

Thanks for the welcome. I looked at your website. Looks great. However, when I tried to link either from your email or website to Amazon, it said page couldn't be found. Actual Amazon address is different than what you have as links.

Lance

At 7:34am on February 25, 2014,
Author
Lexi Post
said…

Hi Catalina. Thank you for the invitation, but unfortunately since I write erotic romances for the intelligent reader, my books would not fit your family-friendly blog :-( But thank you so much for thinking of me :-)

At 7:42pm on February 24, 2014,
Author
Rhonda Cratty
said…

Hi Catalina,

 Thank you for reaching out.  I would like a invited for a DAY IN THE SPOTLIGHT.  I plan to toured my book and would appreciate tour stop.
In exchange, I would like to write an article about your book and 4covert2overt blog;  on Examiner.com.   http://www.examiner.com/parenting-and-education-in-national/rhonda-cratty. I can not wait to buy The Bridge of Deaths, for myfather and husband-the former worked for standard oil, and my husband is a pilot.
Let me know exactly what is important to you to be put in an article.
I have attached my book cover and press release.  If you would like a sample chapter I would happy to send.
A virtual hand shake,
Rhonda
At 6:51pm on February 24, 2014,
Blogger
Meghan Hyden
said…

Hi.  I am actually not an author, not yet at least *fingers crossed* but thank you for that warm welcome.  Your book looks very interesting - I may just pick that up :)

At 6:07pm on January 20, 2014,
Author
Al Molaison
said…

I just wanted to say ,"Thank you" for the welcome.  I'm a bit lost, but as questions arise, I promise to come back to you for answers.  I have a real interest in finding authors who write ebooks for children ages 6-12.  If you can connect me please do.

At 4:02am on January 14, 2014,
Author
Michelle Y Frost
said…

Hi Catalina

Thank you for the welcome. I'm busy looking at your links right now. :-)

At 8:36am on January 6, 2014,
Author
Richard Burns
said…

Catalina!  I would LOVE, LOVE, LOVE to get a spot on your blog!!!  I suppose you could call my work "Contemporary History."  Drop me a line if that will work out for your genre.  Warmest Regards,  Richard Burns

At 4:03pm on January 5, 2014,
Blogger
Roberta Dwayne
said…

Hi. Thank you for the warm welcome.  Scarlett Rains speaks highly of you.  I look forward to getting to know you.

At 3:46am on January 5, 2014,
Publicist
Carolyn June
said…

Thanks for stopping by.  It all sounds interesting.  I'll pop in when I can.

At 2:25am on December 23, 2013,
Blogger
Maria Perry Mohan
said…

Hi, thanks for getting in touch.

At 2:13pm on December 11, 2013,
Author
Angie Blake
said…

I would love to cross promote with you.  I have a horror/suspense/paranormal book called Elisabeth McBride. It's about a young girl who was born in the 1800's to a rich white family in Missouri.  She was trapped in her room for almost 18 years. On the eve of her 18th birthday she committs suicide and escapes the only way she knows how.  Now she lurks in the shadows of the McBride mansion waiting to unleash almost 18 years of emotional turmoil on her next innocent victims.  I think this would be a great cross promotion because it has a back story of what it was like to be a slave back in the 1800's and what those poor people had to endure.  http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00EIQU3EU  Let me know what you think! :)

At 1:28pm on December 11, 2013,
Author
Karen Krause
said…

Hi C.V.

Thanks for the welcome!  I think this is going to be a great place to be.

I am a narrator interested in networking with other narrators, authors, and reviewers.  Cross-promotion is a great way we can all win in this world of indie publishing.  

I look forward to it!

Karen

http://www.justsayinvo.com/just-sayin.html

 
 
 

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