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#ASMSG Support My #Thunderclap Campaign: The Most Common Way People Give Up Their Power

The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any. – Alice Walker (quote from The Best Liberal Quotes Ever : Why the Left is Right (2004) by William P. Martin, p. 173) Call … Continue reading

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#FinalFour #FamilySaga #SaveTheDate Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness #MondayBlogs #ASMSG

Story Tellers have always told the stories of man’s pursuit of love, gold, power, and ultimately, happiness. In this book we meet a mythical storyteller, Solomon, his wife Lanisha, and his son David. Through their interconnected stories we follow the … Continue reading

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#NOV SEVEN BASIC TYPES OF STORIES ★★★★★Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness★★★★★ #ASMSG

My book, Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness has received 47 reviews. Wow, that’s a lot of reviews! Well, in those reviews, the reviewers have shared their unique insights about the book. My favorite is this one, from Mr. Dennis … Continue reading

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#NOV★Award Winning STORY & BESTSELLER★#ASMSG 41★★★★★5-STAR REVIEWS FOR ★★★★★Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness★★★★★

★★★★★ 5.0 out of 5 stars Magical, November 5, 2013 By ChristophFischerBooks “”diebus”” – See all my reviews (TOP 1000 REVIEWER) This review is from: Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness (Paperback) & (Kindle Edition) “Story Tellers: In Pursuit of … Continue reading

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#NOV #ASMSG: IT’S ALL GOOD, or, GET MY #AUDIOBOOK #FREE #AUDIBLE_COM @AUTHORSdB

A Web site for the campaign, TryAudiobooks.com, has sections that recommend books for groups including runners, craft enthusiasts, business travelers and road-tripping families. Users also can plug in how many hours they expect to, say, be confined in a car … Continue reading

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Congratulations Thomas! Your #ACX_com #Audiobook is now available for sale!

★★★★★ Congratulations, StoryTellers: In Pursuit of Happiness is now on sale at audible.com. And it is also available on Amazon.com and on iTunes within the next few days. To further galvanize interest in your audiobook on Amazon and on Audible, … Continue reading

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http://l.aunch.us/95Wb Do your book marketing efforts keep pinging the same audience over and over again? Have you come to the end of your network and can’t seem to push past that barrier? Join other authors and find a new way … Continue reading

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#Write A #Review, or, What to Do When You Get A #Free #Book

from: Jesenia Sanabia to: profesorbaker@gmail.com date: Sat, Oct 12, 2013 at 10:00 PM subject: Book Review Complete Hello Thomas, I truly enjoyed your book. I couldn’t put it down till I finished it. Great work. Thank you for sharing 🙂 … Continue reading

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FREE @Midnight tonight! #FREE Book Needs Your Love: Story Tellers: In Pursuit of Happiness

#Free at midnight! You pay $0.00. Download, read, enjoy, and please write a Customer Review! I thank you in advance for your time and for reading this book. Book Description: FREE @Midnight tonight! Stones & bones are part of our … Continue reading

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