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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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Writers' Cafe / Re: Buyer Beware
« Last post by Maalik on Today at 09:33:30 PM »
Yeah, I'm in agreement with those who think the whole "hush-hush" approach to discussing this is less than helpful. Because no, everyone does not know already. There are newbies coming in all the time. Saying "don't use this secret service we're not going to name" is just frustrating. I've heard the name Rebecca Hamilton, but just noting that her and her services are questionable doesn't necessarily do enough to warn people if no one knows what names she provides those services under. What are the names of the promotion services/sites that "most people" already know not to use?

I understand what you're saying but the reason some of us didn't want to name and shame the guilty party is because when you do your post gets edited by the mods and/or the thread gets locked. We've been down this road before, the info is out there. The two services I mentioned earlier are definite scams. Books Butterfly is an even bigger fraud than Rebecca Hamilton. At least with Genre Crave or whatever she's calling it now you DO get a massive rank boost. She wont tell you where the traffic comes from but she openly admits that it's not intended for sales, the real benefit is the boost in rankings, it's a "wink wink" sort of thing where you know something shady is going on but pretend not to. This is the first time I've heard of anyone being punished by Amazon for it though. 

Books Butterfly on the other hand just steals your money and puts a bunch of crap in the TOS to justify why they don't have to give you your money back even though they don't deliver what they promise.
The Military Industrial Complex is real. And it doesn't take prisoners.

Shootings, stabbings, and explosions are just some of the repercussions two mismatched allies face when they try to unmask the men behind one of the darkest moments in America's political history.

John Wilson gets a terminal diagnosis from his doctor. Before he dies, he wants the world to know the truth. Believing important journalists are corrupt, he enlists one straight out of college to help him.

When the men in the cabal behind John F. Kennedy's assassination realize what John is doing, they send assassins to stop him and anyone helping him.

Frank Riles covers a zoning board meeting for a small town newspaper when one of the men there tells him he killed JFK. Frank doesn't know what to believe. Until two men try to kill him that night.

As bodies drop all around Frank, there's only one thing the young reporter can do. Go after some of the most powerful men in the country.

Can the unlikely duo of reporter and assassin expose the truth? Or, will the men in the Military Industrial Complex that killed a president be able to take their dark secret to their graves?

JFK's Second Shooter is a taut standalone thriller in Lucian's Conspiracy series. Immerse yourself in this alternative history adventure.

More action than Clancy or Le Carre, less than Cussler or Patterson. Discover for yourself if Lucian is the Goldilocks of Thriller authors today.

Not Quite Kindle / Re: Let us Play Change One word Game
« Last post by *DrDLN* (dr.s.dhillon) on Today at 08:33:55 PM »
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Writers' Cafe / Re: do your homework
« Last post by Mylius Fox on Today at 08:33:43 PM »
some of us readers are interested as to where you got your readers...

Kenya, according to a thread here where someone checked website traffic origin (54%).
Search/type in "author group" in Facebook. They have many, in various genres.
Writers' Cafe / Re: Night of the Living Shirtless Men
« Last post by Kal241 on Today at 08:33:00 PM »
At least they're not Dead Shirtless Men.

They could be. They're headless, after all. Losing one's head tends to mean death.
Not Quite Kindle / Re: 5 Letter Fun Game
« Last post by *DrDLN* (dr.s.dhillon) on Today at 08:32:33 PM »
Not Quite Kindle / Re: Last 2 Letters-fun game
« Last post by *DrDLN* (dr.s.dhillon) on Today at 08:30:37 PM »

Amazon no longer has their Meet Our Authors forum where authors could go to shamelessly promote their work while readers looking for ideas would browse the promotional noise.  Goodreads is the alternative, but it is a different format/concept than the Meet Our Authors forum.  Can anyone recommend a "wild west" self-promotion site along the lines of the now defunct Amazon forum?
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