Friday, November 25, 2016

Regina, Where Are You?

Could be said that seagulls and squirrels could find their nourishment more quickly and efficiently than of book patrons locating my recent print version of Regina, What Is The Color of It? These creatures are not substantially dependent on fast foods outlets. On my effort among the major search engines, it is uneasy tracking down and nailing the sites where the publication is on sale. 
On a general search on Amazon US, the site does not list the 52-page book in locating books authored by me, by my name. If you type in exactly the title, 'Regina, What Is The Color of It?: A Story in Three Tongues' (full title) in the search entry, Amazon would recognize it displaying the image of the front cover, including a description and product page link. 
You will have less success with Google, Firefox, Yahoo, Explorer and other search engines, even after clicking past hundreds of pages. The primary source publishing house of the publication, CreateSpace does not surface unless you might score with the correct keywords or phrases. You will have an easier web search for Curtis Jackson the famed rap artist, actor and music producer, and Regina King, the actress.
It can be discouraging for an author with an awareness people might be unable to locate your book. I included in this posting a couple of links below. Circumstances may improve shortly as more individuals become more familiar with or better yet read the thin (0,125 inch) five by the 8-inch paperback, Regina, What Is The Color of It?: A Story in Three Tongues. The vocal assisting oral organ noted in the title refers to the languages employing in the publication.

Regina, What Is The Color of It?: A Story in Three Tongues on Amazon US
Regina, What Is The Color of It?: A Story in Three Tongues on CreateSpace Store

Monday, November 14, 2016

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Friday, November 11, 2016

Busy Start Busily Continuing After

Please pardon me for not keeping current with this blog site. It will likely be one or two postings a month.  There are greater obligations and added responsibilities absorbing my time. There are also unfinished projects. Since September, I published four small publications. You may already know about my short story, Regina, What Is The Color of It? It was releasing as a dual language edition, the same little tale in English and Spanish tongue versions in one book. 

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I experimented with the project to produce a Spanish-English and French-English editions of Regina, with book covers having type in French and Spanish. There is also a 52-pages print volume, a separate publication containing the English, Spanish, and French of Regina, What Is The Color of It? 
If any of this sounds confusing, please visit the books' product websites on Amazon, CreateSpace, Barnes and Noble, and Smashwords under my name. Those sites should help clarify the variations of those publications. The books may be helpful to individuals seeking to achieve or are teaching fluency in Spanish, English or French, thank you for visiting.

The names of the recent publications:
  1. Regina, What Is The Color of It; a short story written in English first, and then Spanish speech.
  2. Regina, ¿Cuál es el Color de Esto?; a short story written first in Spanish after so in English tongue, American style.
  3. Regina, quelle est sa Couleur; a short story told first in the French language, after that it is expressing in English.
  4. Regina, What Is The Color of It?: A Story in Three Tongues is the 52-page print edition featuring the short story in the trio of languages stating above.