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Wish Granted! Tips, Tools, and Templates to Write a Winning Grant
by Holly Rustick

Kindle Edition published 2017-08-22
Bestseller ranking: 95983

Product Description

Grant writing shouldn’t feel like a trip to the dentist. Take the pain out of the process with this innovative and fun, yes fun, guide. Learn all the inside tips and tools of the grant-writing trade in this easy-to-read and upbeat book.
This book is definitely for you if:
•You break out in a cold sweat when your boss mentions the word ‘grant’.
•You’ve been tempted to throw your computer against the wall while writing a grant.
•You happily tell stakeholders there’s plenty of grants out there … but haven’t the faintest idea how to write and get one!
•You think you can send out a bog-standard letter to a bunch of organizations and get funded.
•Your eyes glaze over when you’re presented with grant writing jargon and acronyms.
•Your organization’s grant success A-game has r...

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The Book Bazaar / Trained by Vampires: Asteria's Daughter Book 2
« on: September 17, 2017, 12:25:56 PM »
If you like kill Bill and some sexy energy, vampires and Greek myths this is a must.

After narrowly escaping Miguel and Lolita in Spain, Katie Hunter is determined to continue her quest to find out who she really is. She travels from Athens to Mykonos praying Vince will be able to catch up with her sooner rather than later. Her enemies have not stopped looking for her and without Vince, Katie does not know where she will be safe.

Not only will Katie find out what being The One really means, but she will learn how to fight the monsters who are trying to kill her.

This is the second book in the Asterias Daughter Series.

The Book Bazaar / Found by Vampires: Asteria's Daughter Book1
« on: September 17, 2017, 12:22:12 PM »

"unlike any Vampire story you would expect. . . With a touch of violence and an enthralling story line. . . provocative and addicting"

All I wanted to do was enjoy my last summer of freedom before I had to become an adult, but when the vampires of San Sebastian found me, my life changed forever. Trapped in a foreign city where I barely spoke the language I was forced to trust the monsters I thought only existed in books. One would help me achieve greatness, while the other would enslave me in a bid to reach his own goals.

This is the first part in Katie's journey to reach her prophesized destiny as Asteria's Daughter.

A face paced, and sexy look at the undercover world of vampires.

Writers' Cafe / Do I use a new pen name?
« on: August 29, 2017, 07:18:48 AM »
I am sorry if this thread is already out there.
I currently have an Adult Paranormal Series published and I am getting ready to launch a YA Paranormal Series.
My question is should I use a new pen name for my new series?
I have seen some people say yes, some people say no.
While I am not really changing genre I am changing my audience. Any thoughts? Thanks!

Hi all,
This is the first time I have posted on this site. I have two book published where I depended on some very good friends to do the editing for me. I am considering hiring an editor for my next book and wondered who you sent your book to first.
I have had inconsistent results using my very talented friends as editors. They catch a lot but not everything, I know it is nearly impossible
to catch everything but they have missed a lot.

So my question is this: Do you send your book to your editor first then your beta readers and see if they catch things the editor missed, or do you send it to your beta readers make their changes and then send it to your editor.

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