No I didn't get hanged here!
Check me out here: https://www.amaz... moreNo I didn't get hanged here!
Check me out here: https://www.amazon.com/Ben-Hung/e/B01MXMWS04
Ben Hung is proud to write the kind of books that everyone wants to read, but no one wants to admit to. Born and raised until he was a teen in Hong Kong, he later moved to the United States with his parents. A fan of Freud, Ben blames all of his antisocial behaviors on his mother, and makes up for it by caring for her with the proceeds of his books. Last month, he bought her a 99 cent burger at a local drive thru. He likes to jet ski in the nude, read weird books about serious political issues and keep in touch with his inner self through deep meditational trances after eating weird things he finds on the forest floor in Southern Oregon, where he makes his home. The books Ben writes are mostly about nothing in particular, and usually feature Brad, his unfortunate alter-ego, who tells the truth about his experiences with the underbelly of the universe, or whatever he can remember of them anyway.#dontbelikebrad less
I am Brenda Mohammed from Trinidad in the Ca... moreHello Friends,
I am Brenda Mohammed from Trinidad in the Caribbean. I am very pleased to meet all of you.
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Online marketing for the new author vs. time spent writing, hmmm... moreOnline marketing for the new author vs. time spent writing, hmmmmm.So, do any other new authors out there feel like they spend more time online working on marketing strategies than they do writing manuscripts? There seems to be so much to do, set up websites, establish social media accounts, write a blog on Goodreads or other book related sites, up-date an author page on amazon or at the publisher. Also, there is keeping posts current on social media accounts and on the book’s webpage so it doesn’t look like the author is out of touch with the public. And, one can always try to post on other sites that are relative to a book’s subject, or join groups where readers might congregate in hopes of helping out a future reader, or perhaps to attract some attention to oneself as an author. I must say, though, there is a fine line in the last effort. Word of warning here, a person can’t promote himself on such a site or he may be accused of being a phisher or a business advertising, so contr... less
Not Just Different, But Totally Unique
"Math City is perhaps one... moreNot Just Different, But Totally Unique
"Math City is perhaps one of the most creative reads I have ever seen. This book makes use of the intellect of the reader and forces you to stop and think about what you have read.At first, I have to say, I was a little intimidated by this. I wasn't sure what to think. As the book progressed, I found myself smiling and really enjoying myself. There is no one simple way to say what this book is about. Obviously it makes use of numbers and math to tell the story it presents, but it is so much more than that. The author manages to tell his story by making connections through equations.Where a lot of books are character driven, this book makes use of the intellect of the reader and forces you to stop and think about what you have read. I had a really good time with this and was continually surprised by how intelligent and crafty the author is. The idea of having a book that requires participation from the reader was not new to me, but this book was completely unique. I haven't ... less