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Twitter (and other social media channels): the secret of success


I've been asked, quite frequently, how to gain followers on Twitter. At the time of writing this answer, my audience is 43K and growing, and all along the way, this growth has been organic, without the use of any type of paid ads to sustain it. You can achieve it, too -- if you put your mind to it. Don't tell me, "But, but I only have a handful of followers." I started at 0 followers and build it up from there. You can do it too. The secret of success — on Twitter or other social networks — is quite simple.  Find partners: 1. Be generous to others, retweet what they say, and  2. If they don’t reciprocate, try someone else. If managed well, this can grow your audience over time. If you find p...
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Someone is listening to every word you say, every word you hear


If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here https://chirb.it/7AK1db The next morning, Karishma texts me.  I was right about one thing I ask, What’s that? She replies, Someone is listening to every word you say, every word you hear. I ask, What? How d’you know that? Karishma replies: Because coming to work, this is what I’ve found at the doorstep just now.  The image she sends shows three chickens. Only one of them is still alive, picking at the slit necks of the other two.  I’ve wanted to learn more about the unlikely friendship between these women—Karishma and her two friends, Martha and Susan—but at this point, I can’t bring myself to text any questions, nor do I want to talk to her...
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A really great book!


Short and sweet review for  The David Chronicles: Trilogy : mona williams 4.0 out of 5 stars a really great book! August 10, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition wow i sure learned alot about history i never knew reading this book! its history that is rewritten a different way than from what i learned years ago. you must read this whole book! Original link
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Made the USA Today Bestselling list


A big thank you to my wonderful readers!  Thanks to you and thanks to the talents of the authors in the team of Do No Harm, we made the USA Today Bestselling list today!!! New release! Get it now: Do No Harm Original link
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Overdose: #1 new release


Overdose  is my new thriller, scheduled for release on 9/9/2019 (I just like the look of this date.) It is  already a #1 new release on Amazon, check it out: Be the first to read it! Preorder it now: Overdose (Volume III of Ash Suspense Thrillers with a Dash of Romance) Paperback: Amazon Audiobook: Soon Months after recovering from coma, Ash discovers that the man who performed her brain surgery has a questionable medical experience and a dark past. Should she expose him, at the risk of becoming vulnerable to his revenge? Original link
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Humbling Experience of a read


Just discovered this lovely review of my WWII thriller,  Marriage before Death : Sharon Richmond 5.0 out of 5 stars Humbling Experience of a read . August 24, 2017 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase What a humbling experience the author weaves together with this story. Not a book to be glanced through tho, the details of the storyline is what makes this such a great book. A Historical Romance that will really leave an impression on the reader. The ending is bittersweet. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced reader copy of the book by it's author. Reviewer for Nook Books and More Blog. Original link
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Thrilling and Unique!


Lovely review for my medical thriller,  Coma Confidential : Jane 5.0 out of 5 stars Thrilling and Unique! July 31, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Telling a story from the point of view of a comatose patient is such an original and brilliant idea, especially since the main character, Ash, has no idea what’s going on and we as readers unravel this mystery bit by bit with her. The book kept me on the edge of my seat, constantly trying to guess what would happen next, and I found it difficult to put it down. Plus, I love plot twists and strong female characters! There were a few instances in the book that sounded a tad unrealistic to me, but all in all a great read and highly reco...
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Just snuggle up a little closer


A cloud drifted over across the horizon, shielding the sun, and now I could see: her white and black polka-dotted dress was neatly gathered around the waist by a black linen belt. In the evening breeze, dots were flapping against her hips, dancing around her knees.  The fabric was crimped, however, which suggested to me that at the last minute, just before coming ashore, she must have taken the dress out of the suitcase and changed into it, with no time to take care of the creases, to smooth them. I imagined she was eager to look her prettiest for someone, a special someone she was expecting to meet. What’s the matter with you, I asked myself. What game are you playing? A spy? A private inve...
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Couldn't put it down!


Great review for  Coma Confidential : Renee Arthur 5.0 out of 5 stars Couldn't put it down! July 25, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase A woman is at the hospital in a coma. At times she can can hear people talking, but has no idea what happened or even who she is. She eventually hears her name, Ashley, and begins to remember some things. Other things she hears in conversations going on around her. Someone had beaten her badly enough to put her in this situation, but who and why? These are the things Ash and hopefully the police must find out. This thriller drew me in and kept me reading from beginning to end. I definitely want to read more from this author! Original link
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When we arrive, I hope we’ll find each other.


There is a deep sigh, as if he’s heard me. Then, his voice says: There is nothing more enjoyable than working side by side with you, Ash, as we have been doing in my garage. If you were here—or at least, if I knew you’d be coming back—that’s what I’d do all day long.  Yes, I know exactly what he means. We would get so immersed in the Virtual Reality world he’s created, that getting out of it would be not only difficult but close to unthinkable. But now—in your absence—I’m thinking of going in an entirely different direction. What it is, I don’t yet know.  A large military ops corporation wants to purchase the Virtual Reality model we have been developing in recent months. At this point, I’m ...
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By listening to me, you’re putting yourself in harm’s way


Meanwhile in the video, Susan clears her throat. “I have little time and a whole lot to share with you,” she says. “First and foremost, this is between us. You may suspect that I’m jealous of you. And maybe part of me is, the part that has been in love with him, ever since we met, ten years ago, in Varanasi, India. But now, this love is dying. So, it is with regret that I must reach out to you—whoever you are—and beg you to beware of who he is.” Susan lays a limp hand over her heart. “In part, my regret is for myself, because without question, I will be at least overdosed, if not dead, if this video has found its way, as I hope, into your hands. I can’t help but grieve for myself, knowing I’...
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We floated off down the Ganges to the shores of the oldest of India’s cities


Karisma sighs. “Shortly after that ended, out we went. The sky was still inky black. Even so, Susan put on her sunglasses. Perhaps she wanted to hide her puffy eyes.” “The guide ushered Martha, Susan, and me into a wooden boat, and we floated off down the Ganges to the shores of the oldest of India’s cities. We were told that the public ritual we were about to witness runs twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, consuming hundreds of bodies a day in plain sight.”  By her slumped outline, Karishma has relaxed into her seat. In the dim light, I can barely decipher her expression. Her voice, soft and melodious, has a barely noticeable Indian accent as she conjures these visions from her hom...
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Wow! A edge of your seat story!


Short & sweet review for my thriller,  Coma Confidential : Beverly 5.0 out of 5 stars Wow! A edge of your seat story! July 14, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition This one grabs you and doesn't let go! Loved the whole aspect of being in a coma! A great storyline! Original link
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It is with a heavy heart that I must kill you


He crushes a bunch of pills into a small heap of powder, transfers it to a glass, and pours some wine into it, all in plain view, as if wanting to show me the method of my own demise. I can’t afford to give him what he seems to want: the pleasure of seeing how scared I am.  He swirls the wine about, then raises it to my nose, so I may smell its aroma. “I’m happy to hear you’re not expecting a baby.” He tone is loaded with sarcasm. “I wouldn’t want it to suffer any ill-effects, once you have your little drink.” I brace myself into being stubborn. “You can’t force me.” “You know I can.” He coughs up a sharp laugh. “And then, there would be no more need to have this prescription renewed.” What ...
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I’d think you’re trying to seduce me


If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here https://chirb.it/7zcqOg He stopped at the nearest grocery store to buy fresh strawberries. Their smell was arousing. It stopped him from thinking about Bull, Mr. Armstrong, and the cops. In place of these thoughts, he recalled the time he and his sweetheart had prepared dinner, just a few days ago. Their kiss had lasted no more than a minute, a lingering touch of his lips to hers, before he had eased away.  How Ash knew he would be coming home for breakfast he had no idea. He didn’t know it himself, until crossing the threshold. But there she was, setting two plates on the kitchen table.  The mouthwatering smell of strawberries started perme...
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The David you never knew.


Short & sweet review for  The David Chronicles: Trilogy : SheilaGM 4.0 out of 5 stars The David you never knew. July 7, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase I enjoyed reading this, very much. It gave an insight in the life of David from the time he took on Goliath till his death as King David. The writing used much of modern language instead of the language of the time, which made it more readable. It followed closely to the KJV of the Bible. It told more of his thoughts and reasons for his actions. So though the main part stayed true to the Bible the rest is a fictional account of what he may have been thinking and doing. Original link
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THE VOICES & DANGER ARE REAL TO HER


Short & sweet review  for  Coma Confidential : : Ellen Oceanside 4.0 out of 5 stars THE VOICES & DANGER ARE REAL TO HER June 26, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition Verified Purchase Ashley is in a coma, yet the voices are real, and She knows danger is also to finish what he started. Author gave a moving in-depth look from a person in a coma. Giving her a voice if only she could wake up and tell others. Original link
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Do No Harm: Voice Sample by @audreyjcole


If you can not see this chirbit, listen to it here https://chirb.it/BFB1L6 Take a listen: a passage from Viable Hostage by Audrey J. Cole, Included in our boxed set, Do No Harm Preorder it now: Do No Harm Kindle   ★   Nook   ★  Apple   ★  Kobo Original link
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A Suspenseful Page-Turner


A short & sweet review for  Coma Confidential : Diogenes 5.0 out of 5 stars A Suspenseful Page-Turner July 3, 2019 Format: Kindle Edition In 'Coma Confidential', author Uvi Poznansky has created a suspenseful page-turner. Part medical thriller and part action novel, she blends together psychological, political and relationship elements so well that you can't see the joins: the narrative flows smoothly. Recommended as a great beach read. Original link
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It lulls me into a sense of security, which I suspect is false


I miss my son, in a way I have never missed him before, knowing that he is not, and never will be, the man I expected him to become. The kiss I never got from him must be rejected, it must be held back by distance, which I must increase, because if I ever face him again, one of us will die.  I have expected his forces to arrive already, but they are not here yet. Now that we have mules to carry us, our escape is somewhat faster. Still I continue to worry that it is not fast enough. And so, on and on we go, under the cover of darkness, with barely any sleep.  At midnight we arrive at the Jordan river. We walk along its bank, and hours later catch a first glimpse of something magical: a haze r...
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