Category Archives: Publishing

Insights into the publishing industry, getting your own book published and getting to best seller status.

Non-Profit Organizations Gain Visibility and Funding On Tobri.com

Tobri.com just hit an Alexa Traffic Rank of #7,907 in the US and tax-exempt, nonprofit corporations and associations have a new tool in their arsenal for increasing the visibility and raising funds for their projects and organizations. Continue reading

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Will You Be a Best-Selling Author in 2010?

YOU can be! We’re working RIGHT NOW with a select set of amazing people who have committed to be co-authors in my next best-selling book and have a huge impact.
If you’ve been sitting on the fence, now is the time to be a decision-maker. Continue reading

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Pass this on because it’s important …

Ducks Quack, Eagles Soar is an inspiring story about the small things that needs to be passed on. Just look at what happened when it was.
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This Book is Destined to be a Best-Seller – Want to be a Co-Author?

Be a Best-Selling Author – Join us for This Amazing Project. Continue reading

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Want To Write a Book Together?

Want to be a co-author on my next book? You are the story of Impact! And I want you to help me write it. We are all connected. From a single conversation with three people sitting on a coach in a hotel lobby, you were touched today. You are part of a growing family that has changed the lives of millions of people, generated millions of dollars in income and saved the lives of many. And I don’t even know half the story. YOU do! Continue reading

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