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There's a site called Yumeworld.com which promotes self-published books only. I have no affiliation with them, but they contacted me to list my…Continue

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I am the YA author of "Heart on a Chain," "Geek Girl," (Sweetwater Books) and "Immortal Mine." I also have three short stories: "Beautiful Beast" (Book I of Enchanted Fairytales), "Reluctance" (from Noble YA), and "In the Beginning" (part of It's a Love Thing anthology) My love of reading equals my love of writing. I have one husband, four kids, two kids-in-law, two dogs, and one Harley.
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At 11:07am on July 6, 2014,
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Cold Coffee Press
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Please come promote your books at the Cafe: http://coldcoffeecafe.com/

At 10:52am on April 1, 2012, Kristin Figueroa said…

Cindy,

Thanks for visiting my blog. I added my email address to the About Me page, but here it is shewhirler@gmail.com.

Kristin

At 7:26pm on September 10, 2011, Alyssa Rose Ivy said…
Thanks so much!
At 12:44am on August 24, 2011, Denise Daisy said…
Hi Cindy, very nice to meet you! So excited about being here!
At 1:14am on August 10, 2011, Elise Stokes said…

Thanks so much, Cindy. Nice to meet you:)

 

At 12:30am on August 6, 2011, Gisela Sedlmayer said…

Oh, yeah, my website, where you can look up everything and where i posted the first chapter of my book TALON, COME FLY WITH ME as well

 

www.writersportal.org/Gigi

At 12:28am on August 6, 2011, Gisela Sedlmayer said…

Here continues the review about my book TALON, COME FLY WITH ME.

 

The only odd thing that caught this editor's eye was the British

(and Aussie) spellings and punctuation style. Once I got used to that, it

flowed beautifully. This book is a keeper, that's for sure. If you buy the hard

cover edition, you'll want to hand it down through the family for generations

to come, it's that good. I guess that's all I can say about the book; the

author on the other hand, is a story waiting to be told. I'll let her tell it,

when she's ready, it should be quite the interesting story too. You'd never

know from this book that English is her third language.

 

P.S. to the author: Keep that editor, he or she is worth their

weight in platinum!

At 12:28am on August 6, 2011, Gisela Sedlmayer said…

Hi, nice being here and talk about my book TALON, COME FLY WITH ME. It is the first of a series of about 8 books. The second and the third is finish and professional edited, but not published yet. I am looking for a publisher, not a self-publisher as i did it with the first. Can't do it anymore. cost too much.

But i jut got a good review about my book from David Broughton.

 

Review by David Broughton. Too Tall

My review of


Talon, Come Fly With Me

by Gigi Sedlmayer

 

 

This is one of the most interesting books I've read in a long

time, of any variety. (I review a lot of books, so I see more than most

people.) The lead character is young Matica is from Australia but now lives in Pucara, located on a high and open, sandy, vast plateau of the Andes about a thousand meters up in Peru, South America. Matica finds and befriends a

rare condor, and eventually the condor's family. The condor family becomes part

of Matica's family, in a way after Matica and her father do their best to

protect them from poachers. Everyone in the family helps hatch their egg …

that's just the beginning of the story.

 

There is a lot in this book, in many ways, it's a unique story a

great read, but there must be more than a hundred lessons it can teach

children, without them ever knowing they're learning anything. There are

lessons about ecology, family, native ways, just to name a few. This story

somewhat leaves me at a loss for what to say about it. All the superfluous

words in my arsenal fail to do it justice. Talon is so good on so many levels,

that adults will enjoy it, so will children, whether the children can read it

themselves of have it read to them. There is drama, humor, and a flight of fancy

or two throughout Talon.

 

At 11:02pm on August 5, 2011, Marion Andersson said…
Hello Cindy, great to be part of this, love the tips, well done, thanks Marion
At 8:20pm on July 27, 2011, Peggy @ Pawing Through Books said…

Hi Cindy, thanks for the welcome!

Peggy

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