…being a self-publishing author… a ‘stigma’ I’ll gladly live with…

Seumas Gallacher

…it has been ten years, almost to the day, when this ol’ Scots Jurassic decided it was just ‘time to write that novel we all have in us’… what started as a personal ‘bucket list’ item evolved into an amazing scribbler’s journey, which sustains its magic for me to this day… I trudged the newbie author’s familiar road to literary destiny as so many, many others before me… letters to prospective agents and publishing houses… rejections by the sheaf-load… the first novel tentatively prodded onto Auntie Amazon Kindle… followed by the second, the third, and now #6 is Work-in-Progress… the realisation that the SOSYAL NETWURKS held the key to reaching out to a potential global readership… the building of a blog following… the learning curves (plural!) of proofreading, cover art, editing, pricing mechanisms… discovering various distribution channels… add in the continual scourge of piracy that criminally robs we…

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New Multiracial Chapter Book on Terminal Illness – Biracial Bookworms

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“Today I thrilled to share a powerful story of resilience in the face of tragedy.  Angel is a 13-year-old biracial girl who has spent most of her childhood in and out of hospitals due to terminal illness.
In this short video, you will meet Angel with her bright smile, and her best friend White Bear. Together, they are bringing smiles to children’s hospitals everywhere thanks to the multiracial chapter book that depicts Angel’s journey…”

Source: New Multiracial Chapter Book on Terminal Illness – Biracial Bookworms