• Clouds In The Wind

    Posted November 20 by Ian Mackenzie

    22nd Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards    Entry Title Clouds In The Wind Author: Ian Mackenzie Judge Number: 61 Entry Category: Mainstream/Literary Fiction     Books are evaluated on a scale of 1 to 5, with 1 meaning “needs improvement&rdqu...

  • Books For Life Membership

    Posted November 6 by Rick Karlsruher

    Noveltunity® is excited to announce our Books For Life Membership. How many clubs can your join for life for the cost of a dinner and wine for two?   Noveltunity® is in the business for the long run. We want our members to be our family. We also want to provide a cost-effective way fo...

  • A World Without Music (forthcoming) Excerpt

    Posted September 30 by J. Conrad Guest

    Ah, the dance. What men and women put each other—and themselves—through during the mating ritual. But in this scene, who is leading?   This could be one of the most revised and reworked scenes I’ve ever written, a line or two added here and there increases the sexual tension...

  • Justine Schofield Discusses Building Brand Loyalty in Publishin

    Posted September 23 by Rick Karlsruher

    Justine is on our Board of Advisors- The full articles can be read here: http://www.bitlit.com/blog/guest-post-building-brand-loyalty-in-publishing/ The publishing industry, as we all know, has changed drastically along with the rise of different technologies. There is one thing, though, that hasn...

  • The Lazy Way to 100,000 Twitter Followers Part 8

    Posted September 10 by Dan Glover

      Please forgive my extended absence... my writing often carries me away and I lose all sense of time. Anyway, I am back to offer more tidbits of Twitter advice. Also, please be aware that Twitter is planning some changes that will affect all its users come 2015. Rest assured I will be updat...

  • Like it or Not, Words are a Writers Best Friend

    Posted September 4 by J. Conrad Guest

    If I had a dollar for every time someone told me, “that’s not what I meant,” I’d be rich. Wars may be politically motivated, but they’re started the result of a misunderstanding of words.   My father always told me that the burden of communication lies with the c...

  • Great openings from some great selections

    Posted August 11 by admin

    The opening paragraphs from a book are essential in drawing the reader into wanting to continue and also inspiring a potential publisher to want to look at more of the authors work.   Luckily for Noveltunity® our selected authors really know how to set a story up from the beginning.  ...

  • The Lazy Way to 100,000 Twitter Followers Part 7

    Posted August 3 by Dan Glover

      Hello everyone! Welcome back to my continuing series on The Lazy Way to 100,000 Twitter Followers and please remember you may purchase the book right here and learn all these secrets tonight!   Back to work...   And please, whatever you do, don't just leave the egg on your ...

  • Noveltunity® Names Board of Advisors

    Posted July 21 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...