Showcasing Author Clients

It has always been my belief that hard work shouldn’t go to waste. I also believe that if something is not a good fit in one place, there’s always a place for it elsewhere. The following showcase was deemed incorrect for a magazine I submitted to, so I’m sharing it here with you. Greetings to … Continue reading Showcasing Author Clients

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Author J Franklin Payne Returns With An Excerpt From His Book Thread #Author’sCorner #WordPressWednesday

Pattys World

Hello to All.

Recently in the Featured Author of the Week J Franklin Payne #WordPressWednesday

section, we met and began to get to know, author J. Franklin Payne and his book Thread.

Today, he is back to share a bit of the book with us.

Hello Readers of Patty’s World.

I’m happy to be returning to you with an excerpt of Thread for your reading enjoyment.

In my book, I write about Corporate Corruption in 1976, San Francisco. It was out of control but what is happening now in 2021, is insane. Just like what Kyle Stone had to do. He was given the mission of getting the goods on a Senator by using sex to entrap him. Kyle then gave the tapes to the CIA to use to get him out of office. Read more in Thread, an amazing story.

Senator in Las Vegas

It did not take long…

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LULU eBook Update

      I received this email today and thought I'd share.  It seems we are going to have to pay for Global Distribution for each and every ebook we upload... If you wish GLOBAL... Dear Lulu Author, We’re contacting you today because you currently have Ebook projects using our Global Distribution service.Effective February 15th, 2021, … Continue reading LULU eBook Update

Emails and Files

A short blog post about emails and files!! It seems many people either don't realise, forget or just don't think about files they've attached to emails and sent to contractors, publishers, editors etc., etc. Why do I say this? If you send a file to someone... anyone, then you should still have a copy of … Continue reading Emails and Files

Apples of Gold by Jo Elizabeth Pinto Now Available On Audible #NewsNuggets

It’s #SocialMediaMonday!
The perfect time to download and read a great book.

Pattys World

Hello to Everyone!

Here’s a special announcement from author and proofreader Jo Elizabeth Pinto!

Finally! I’ve been on pins and needles for the last two months, and that’s not a fun place to be.

My latest book, “Apples of Gold: Timely Advice When the World Doesn’t Seem Lovely” has been released as an audiobook. It’s done by Marni Penning, the same person who narrated “Daddy Won’t Let Mom Drive the Car: True Tales of Parenting in the Dark,” and I’m in awe of her performance.

About the book.





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“Timely advice is lovely, like golden apples in a silver basket.” (Proverbs 25:11, NLT)

The turbulent times we live in require us to look at our changing world in new ways if we hope to find the blessings that will sustain…

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Featured Author of the Week J Franklin Payne #WordPressWednesday

I’d like to introduce you to my latest Tell-It-To-The-World Marketing (Author, Blogger, Business Assist) client.

Pattys World

First, in your own words tell us a little about you.

Hello and thanks for having me on the blog today. My name is, J Franklin Payne. I am the author of a Novel called, Thread.

My story as the author is similar to the story of the protagonist Kyle Stone, whose story is derived from my life experiences. Those life experiences started upon losing my father to suicide at the young age of nine. After living with several families, the Army was calling as a possibly good place to find a home for a few years. After intense training in combat and engineering, I earned a Commission as an Infantry Officer at eighteen, the youngest ever commissioned, served during the Vietnam war and could not wait to get back to civilian life.

Now at home building a business and starting a family, a future that was looking so great…

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