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FriendDay Wednesday: Thomas G Atwood, Jr.

Today I’m proud to feature author Thomas G Atwood Jr for ‎FriendDay Wednesday‬. Tom has just released the first book of his new urban fantasy series, Dauntless.
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Check out this exciting first book on Amazon and if you like it, leave a review! You can keep up with Tom on his Facebook Page and via Twitter.

Tired of this Trend? Me, too!

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I’m seeing a trend in eBooks that I really don’t like. A few weeks ago, I came across an eBook that looked interesting and downloaded it. It looked professional and was easy to read. The eBook was informative for about 3 paragraphs. Then, the author included a link. Curious, I clicked the link and was taken away from the eBook to a website with an extremely lengthy article on the topic I was just reading about.

Instead of actually writing out the information in the book, this “author” just stuck a link in their eBook. What the hell???

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Never let anyone diminish your peace …

Remove yourself from those who drag you into their dramas, act in opposition to your morals and do not share your values.  Otherwise, they will diminish your peace of mind, balance, confidence and ability to prosper.

 – Excerpt from “Notes to My Younger Self”

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“Notes to My Younger Self” is now available in eBook!!

*HAPPY DANCE*

I’m thrilled to announce that Notes to My Younger Self is available in ebook!!!

You can find it at Smashwords with a free sample you can read before you buy …

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and at Amazon where they also offer a free peek inside!

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If you enjoy reading Notes to My Younger Self, please consider leaving a review and telling your friends and family how they can get a copy of their own!  Thanks for your wonderful support!


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Other People’s Mistakes

Sometimes the best way to get to the other side of the mountain is on a trail blazed by someone else … Learning from other people’s mistakes instead of your own is still a valuable lesson learned.

– Excerpt from “Notes to My Younger Self”

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