Janice S. Ellis, M.A., M.A., Ph.D., a native daughter of Mississippi, grew up on a small cotton farm and came of age during the height of the Civil Rights Movement and the Women’s Liberation Movement. This multiple award-winning author shares her thoughts on how to keep your works relevant and her writing tips.
The Second Blog Post of 2021 – ZOOM Primer – 12 Must Do’s for Writers and Publishers for 2021 by David Beaumier and Kiffer Brown
Zooming and video conferencing is a terrific way of reaching out to book clubs, reader fans, book launches, and author events. The second post of 12 Must Do's for Authors - Zoom Video conferencing primer.
The FIRST Blog Post of 2021- Twelve Must Do’s for Writers: Writing Life, Business of Writing, Author Life
The first post of Twelve Must Do's for Authors and Publishers for a Happy and Productive 2021!
GIFT CARDS are Experiencing Unprecedented Sales – AUTHORS, are YOUR Selling Platforms Ready? – Kiffer Brown
Quick and Easy Tips to Get Your Books Ready for the Biggest Book Buying Season of the Year - The GIFT CARD SEASON! Don't miss out on this billion dollar -- AFTER Christmas market!
What a Letter to Yourself Has to Do with Your WORK-IN-PROGRESS or NaNoWriMo? Editing on a Budget - a fresh perspective on editing from David Beaumier, the newest member of the Chanticleer Team.
It's the THANK GOODNESS I'm a ROOSTER - Once a Year CYBER SALE! This time with unprecedented savings for these challenging times. SAVE on VCAC21, Editorial Book Reviews, and Chanticleer Gift Cards
Tips and Reminders for promoting your works --especially useful in Covid-19 Times! Don't forget to do these things for your virtual book events and promoting your works digitally and on the retail shelf!
In the building of literary fiction, we reflect the world as we see it. With these award-winning titles, you will understand why the Somerset Book Awards is one of the most competitive divisions in the Chanticleer International Book Awards.
The MARK TWAIN Book Awards for Satire and Allegorical Fiction – a New Fiction Division in the Chanticleer Int’l Book Awards
As a well-known humorist, Mark Twain employed satire to gently rib his audience and point out inconsistencies in the world as it appeared then, such as when Huck wonders why he would go to Hell for helping his friend Jim escape slavery. Discover the newest book award division of the CIBAs for Satirical and Allegorical Fiction.
We have had the honor of reviewing top novels and narrative non-fiction written by outstanding authors whose stories enlighten, remind, empathize, and creates a better understanding with those who have served in the armed forces.