• Noveltunity® Name Board of Advisors

    Posted Mon at 10:52 AM by Rick Karlsruher

    Noveltunity® is proud to name our Board of Advisors. This team has decades of industry experience that they are generously sharing with our company. For a company to maximize its potential, they must reach out to leaders and create a growing network.   This is Noveltunity®'s firs...

  • Meet Noveltunity® Winning Author Christine Nolfi

    Posted July 20 by Rick Karlsruher

    Hi Christine. Congratulations on Treasure Me winning the vote to become a Noveltunity® selection. How and when did you start writing? Please allow me to express my heartfelt thanks to Noveltunity® readers for selecting Treasure Me as a best read. I’m simply thrilled. Like many noveli...

  • The Lazy Way to 100,000 Twitter Followers Part 6

    Posted July 12 by Dan Glover

      Where was I? Oh yes... I apologise for anyone left waiting for a new entry on my blog. Time is viscious when you take it for granted. Anyway, onward and upward!   I had finally passed my second Twitter roadblock and soon the 2000 limit was so far behind me that I could no longer eve...

  • Noveltunity® Author Ann Andrashie's book comes out Monday, June

    Posted June 29 by Rick Karlsruher

    It is with the greatest of honor to announce: On Monday, June 30th 2014 Dog Island will be celebrated for its success as it launches into its second printing. Dog Island has earned an Amazon five star rating, the Noveltunity Book Club Readers Choice Award, and has been pi...

  • Justine Schofield's steps to crowd fund your book

    Posted June 28 by Rick Karlsruher

    Crowdfunding: A Natural Step In The Publishing Process When crowdfunding was first introduced, the funding process attracted businesses and entrepreneurs hoping to verify marketability and raise the funding needed to bring their project to life. Now, this act of raising funds by collecting small fi...

  • The Lazy Way to 100,000 Twitter Followers Part 5

    Posted June 26 by Dan Glover

      Hello, and thank you for stopping back! When we last talked, I was stuck in Twitter purgatory unable to follow anyone else until I managed to balance my account. Today I'm going to share with all you good people on how to shrug off those nasty Twitter algorithms and get back into the race....

  • Meet Winning Author Andrew Goodman-Tiberius Found

    Posted June 23 by Rick Karlsruher

    Where did the inspiration to write ‘Tiberius Found’ come from and what do we have to look forward to later in th e series?   The original germ of the idea came from a short story competition that had a genetics theme. I wondered what it would be like for a boy – Daniel Henst...

  • The Lazy Way to 100,000 Twitter Followers Part 4

    Posted June 18 by Dan Glover

    Thanks everyone for stopping back! This week I'll be sharing a bit of history with all of you about how I managed to get started and not get bogged down in the doldrums.   As I write these words, I have over 150,000 great followers... people who actively tweet my books and work with me on m...

  • Happenings From Our Partner AEC Stellar

    Posted June 17 by Rick Karlsruher

    AEC Stellar Publishing, Inc. had a stellar week last weeks thanks to all of the dedicated readers who attended our first eBook extravaganza of the year. We released the eBook versions of A Dangerous Element by Gregory S. Lamb, Seconds Before Sunrise (book 2 of The Timely Death Trilogy) by Shannon A....

  • The Slow Turtle Wins the Race!

    Posted June 17 by Dennis DeRose
    On page MoneysaverEditing

     I have been editing now almost nonstop for about five years or so and I have come across the same issue many times. I tell writers not to rush their manuscript. What do I mean by that? Take your time to look over your manuscript many times, from a writer's point of view, a reader's point of vi...