Thursday, September 29, 2016

What If Dogs Can Talk?


It's sad in our times what are setting in people's hearts are quickly uttering out in social media. We may see evidence of racism and discrimination in our troubled world. If realized, can a person view these unhealthy thoughts in the comfort zone of his or her heart? If concriting and honest efforts are not put forth to rid of them, these unpeaceful attitudes are also inflicting the hosts. Then they will be expressing out the blood pumping organ as normal speech. Yes, the sayings that could lead to shedding blood. Why be waiting for what someone else or they should be doing? If we have "to clean house?" Let it be accomplishing by the best educational means possible with a willing spirit and a building love for our fellow individuals.

Reading Public Still Prefers Printed Books Over E-Books




According to a recent article in Forbes magazine, over 75% of reading patrons select paper published literature over downloading its electronic edition. Over 20% of those of a current survey do not finish reading an e-publication after they started.
Apps such Kindle tracks your page-turning pace. Three of my books can be reading on multiple e-book apps and devices. Only one of my books is in print, The Deserting Caricature Artist. DCA is also offering in numerous e-publication formats.
There is a marked increase of e-books offered by public libraries. Also, of the persons learning mostly by tablets, they tend to remain with the same devices and smartphones. Kindle Fire, Sony, Apple IPad, and Samsung are among the regularly employed tablets utilized by the electronic page flipping readers.

Friday, September 23, 2016

Free Regina!

The e-publication released September 9th, 'Regina, What Is The Color of It?' is currently free to download for a very short while. Until the conclusion of this coming Monday, September 26th you, your family and friends can your copy of 2550 word short story. You can download from Barnes & Nobles, Smashwords, Amazon and other online booksellers. At twenty-five pages and 3052 kb in file size, Regina is a minor download. 
The ebook is also one of the few dual language fiction books on the market. There are Spanish and English versions of the story of the account of Samantha, Cory, Mispha, and Regina within the same book. Please pass the word around, someone you may know could be interested in reading it. If you wish to learn more about the epub, Regina, What Is The Color of It? Please visit any of the book product pages of the retailers.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Only for One

My short story, 'Regina, What Is The Color of It?', releasing last Friday on Amazon, have a price reduction. It is on sale for one dollar at the various online vendors including iBooks, KOBO and Barnes and Noble online.  Please spread the word. With the important themes in the story; of ethnic recognition, friendship, bi-racial courtship, self-esteem and being truthful, this short tale may be what people are seeking to read and to share with others.

Thursday, September 8, 2016

Almost There and Everywhere

In a few hours, my short story, Regina, What Is The Color of It? will be publishing on Amazon. It will also be featuring iBooks, Sony, KOBO, Smashwords, Barnes and Noble, Scribd, and at various online vendors. The purchase price is two dollars in the United States.
Beautiful Skin of Color: A Comprehensive Guide to Asian, Olive and Dark Skin by Jeanine Downie, M.D. and Fran Cook-Bolden, M.D. with Barbara Nevins Taylor. It is published by Regan Books.

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Sunday Notation

Written in 1994, I am publishing this month a short story in the form of a personal letter to a friend. Years after their senior high school a young woman starts her correspondence to Regina, an intimate companion.
In her letter, a dark skinned female reveals a bonding relationship with her white complexion former science teacher which unfolds as part of the short tale. The book is entitling, 'Regina, What Is The Color of It?' It will be on sale on Amazon and Smashwords on September 9. 2016.
My remembering some filmmakers who produced feature-length movies based on their original short films. In a literary manner, I did the same with Regina, What Is The Color of It.
From a 2400 word short story, it was re-expressing into a novella of over 46 thousand words with the same title and additional characters. It also continues in the same narrative of Mispha corresponding to Regina. However, the writing is in her head rather than on stationary paper. Mispha says a lot that would be challenging to scribe down with pen and ink.
She recites events her close associates related to her, whereas she was not present, including her parents' first meeting in Jamaica. And there's a bitter school board meeting where Mispha's teacher, Samantha faces off with her scholarly opponents. Numerous situations have the past and future implications on Mispha's life, often with emotional linkage to Regina.
The senior year of the two childhood friends is sharing in both books, Regina and Mispha fostered a partnership to excel academically. In the novella, the companions are compelled to aid each other to cope with social indifference and tragedy in the latter 1980s. Please be aware the word count of the short book is around 5560 words.
One of the reasons for publishing the short story before the novella is allowing readers to compare how an author reinterpreted his work. Also, individuals will have the option by November 2016 to purchase either edition, longer or shorter. People have an opportunity to pre-order the short at Amazon and Smashwords before its release on those sites on September 9th.