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    Ebook Review: The Hybrid Author

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    Dianne Sagan kindly gave me a review copy of her latest book, The Hybrid Author. Full disclosure: she used my article for IndieReader, “Why Traditionally Published Authors Are Going Indie,” as part of her research. The Hybrid Author is a great resource, and really digs deep into what the relatively new term means. According to Dianne, there […]

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    Ebook Review: The Author Training Manual

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    I normally only review self-published books, but this one’s topic was so relevant I thought it’d be helpful to post about it. I’m also happy to announce I’m part of the official blog tour, and you can read an excerpt of The Author Training Manual at the end of this post. Nina Amir is the author […]

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    Book Review: The Geek’s Guide to Dating

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    This is not a typical review, since I don’t usually review traditionally published books, but I am a fan of Quirk Books and Eric Smith. I actually met Eric a few years back at BEA, where I learned Quirk Books was the publisher of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. So how can you not like them? […]

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    E-Book Review: A Child Lost in Flight

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews
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    A Child Lost in Flight is a first person, non-fiction narrative written by Mohan K. It’s a tragic story about the loss of a child during a plane flight, and a father’s process of dealing with the loss.   The story is heartbreaking, and full of unanswered questions. I got the feeling that writing this […]

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    E-book Review: Letters I Wish I Had Sent

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews

    Preston’s book, Letters I Wish I Had Sent, is exactly that: a collection of funny, unsent letters he wishes he had sent to various companies. As a disclaimer, I had the pleasure of reading Preston’s book because it’s featured in the alpha launch of my startup, Write or Read, which will provide metrics and insights […]

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    The eGuide to Grant Writing for FEMA

    by Sabrina Ricci Book Reviews

    Since this week Hurricane Sandy is hitting the north east, now seems like the perfect time to write about Eric J. Wynn’s The eGuide to Grant Writing for FEMA. *I received a review copy of the ebook from the author. According to his bio, Eric is a Florida native who has been involved in disaster management […]

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