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  1. LBSteve


    Hello Kitty, I don't sell my books directly, but they are available through Amazon and other retailers. They are available at most nation's Amazon sites, but not all. For instance, I know Amazon.cn does not sell English language titles. I wish you and your brother the best. I have two...
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    Hello from Australia

    Welcome, fellow Steve!
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    Thought I would say Hi to fellow readers

    Welcome! Wishing you good reading.
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    Greetings Fellow Readers&Writers

    Hi Kyle. Welcome and I wish you the best in your writing.
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    eBook Subscription services

    Amazon has recently started Amazon unlimited, which is a subscription service that allows any subscriber to read any book, for free, any book that is enrolled in that program. There are two other subscription services - Scribd, and Oyster. All three currently offer a trial subscribion. Does...
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    e-Books Vs normal books..

    Most books, a e-book is perfectly fine, but if it is something I'll keep referring back to, then I will get a physical book from the beginning. There are also types of books I much prefer a physical copy. And that would be mysteries. Sometimes I go back to see what a potential suspect has done...
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    What do you do when you have multiple ideas simultaneously?

    I will write the new ideas down and develop them as I go along, but stay primary with the current project. But I have gotten sidetracked twice, and ended up writing two books before finishing the project that was "next" on my list. The good thing was that I completed two projects because my...
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    Suspense/Thriller novels written by women?

    These are more detection mysteries than suspense mysteries, but I really enjoy Sue Grafton's alphabet series ("A" is for Alibi, "B" is for Burgler, "C" is for ... she is up to "W" now)
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    My answer was so long (about 1200 words) that I did a blogpost on your question. If I had posted it here, it would have probably taken up more than one page. Here is the link to my reply to your question: Self Publishing
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    I have published three books, of very unsimilar topics. 1. Sword of the Undead - A re-telling of Bram Stoker's Dracula, but the vam[pire being a Japanese samurai warlord. 2. $10 a Day Towards $1,000,000 - a personal finance book that focuses on using your employer's retirement savings plan to...
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    Actually, I meant reading the whole series over again. The series is at "W" and I think the new ones come out every 1 - 2 years. I rarely re-read fiction books, but in this case, I think I will enjoy re-reading them the second time around even more. As writing any continuation, I had not...
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    Thank you. I remember being in high school or college when "A" came out (about 20 years ago), but I didn't get around to reading it until last year. Some people bing view tv shows. I ended up binge reading Grafton's alphabet series. I highly reccommend the series.
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    Nice to meet you, too. Thank you for your words. I liked "A" enough to read "B" - and "B" enough to read "C." I got hooked into Kinsey's personality, and the continuity of the stories. Before I knew it, I was looking forward to the next letter of the alphabet. I'm kind of sad that I am...
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    What are some of your favorite books that changed your life?

    I've read many of the books already listed, but my two favorites are: The Silva Mind Control Method - Jose Silva Unlimited Power - Anthony Robbins
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    My name is Steve Fujita. I am an author. I am based in Long Beach, California. Almost a half century on this planet and still trying to find my writing niche - though supernatural fanatsy would be a good guess. Although I grew up with television, I read alot growing up, including comic...
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    Toe Up to 10K: A Journey of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury

    In 2012, I was diagnosed with viral meningitis (the least dangerous type to get from what I have read), but directly or indirectly, my spinal cord became damaged and among other issues, I lost the ability to walk. I wasn't guaranteed to walk again, and if I did, it would probably take a couple...