Letters and Comments for 10/06/2016

Letters and Comments for 10/06/2016

Comments on:

Homeschooled Kids Don’t Get Sick Often, Unless…

I didn’t see space for comments on your article that regards why you’ve
been in business for 17 years. I can tell you in two words: Integrity.
Honesty.

Linda G

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We have lost faith in conventional medicine as well, not after a tragedy,
but after doing some homework! Glad you guys are getting better!
May the germies (I’m actually surprised at how many people use this
phrase, us included lol) stay at bay!

Kelly Freestone

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Comment on:

My Child Wrote A Book!!! But, Can We Publish It?

Excellent, detailed advice!

– Pamela Allegretto
Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Two women clash in World War 2 Nazi-occupied Rome.

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Comment on:

My Daughter Wants To Do a Signing! How Should I Approach My Local
Bookstore?

Before the year 2000, book signings at major and minor stores were great!
I personally had 52 signings and in most cases sold out (25 -100 copies).
The stores use to order the book in then stand back and watch me do a
one-minute act and they sold.
But after the year 2000, no store wanted to order a book in that was not
returnable.
Do not fall for that gimmick — I learned the hard way.

If the store is willing to let you do a book signing, ask questions up
front about how they want to handle obtaining the books, and be prepared
to hear, “..you bring them yourself, and we will take a percentage of the
sales”.

Count yourself lucky that a major chain store will even let you do a
signing under their roof — if the book is POD.

Wendy Jones, author
Highlander Imagine: Beyond Infinity

Duncan MacLeod becomes embroiled in an adventure, which takes him to the
Temple of the Feathered Serpent in Teotihuacán. Having purchased a rare
set of ancient South American llama statues, Duncan is unaware of their
ritual significance to an immortal Olmec, named Kawill, who intends to
repeat a dark ritual, written on a codex in the Olmec language, and stop
time, as the Aztecs understood it. Can Duncan stop this Immortal before
time is up?

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Comment on:

Can I Use Somebody Else’s Photo/Artwork if I Flip it Horizontally?

This is great advice. I wish more people would take it, instead of
“lifting” art and photos off the Internet without permission.

– Pamela Allegretto
Bridge of Sighs and Dreams

Two women clash in World War 2 Nazi-occupied Rome.

 

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