Tag: "Don Smith"

CRF Radio Archive - July 21

CRF Radio Archive – July 21

| July 21, 2012 | Comments (0)

If you missed Don Smith and me tonight, click below to listen. Thank you to everyone who participated in live chat and/or listened live! Listen to internet radio with CRF MEDIA on Blog Talk Radio DariaDaria DiGiovanni is an accomplished writer, author, blogger, internet radio host and social media professional. She released her first novel, [...]

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Water Signs Featured on SVT Publishing!

Water Signs Featured on SVT Publishing!

| July 3, 2012 | Comments (0)

Hard to believe it’s been over four years since I first sat down to write and subsequently publish Water Signs. And thanks to my good friend Don Smith, the novel is still generating interest. Check out his feature article The Signs of Summer Reading with Daria DiGiovanni on SVT Publishing: SVT PUBLISHING: Let’s cut to [...]

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Independent Publishing, Part Four

Independent Publishing, Part Four

| March 30, 2012 | Comments (0)

Don Smith’s final installment in this four-part series is now up at SVT Publishing: Why? It’s the great question of life. WHY are we here? WHY do we do what we do? WHY can’t we stop and move on to something else? Who knows? And with this series, I have asked, “Why do people self-publish [...]

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Independent Publishing, Part Three

Independent Publishing, Part Three

| March 25, 2012 | Comments (1)

My friend Don just posted the next article in his four-part series for SVT Publishing that delves into the world of self-publishing from the perspective of seasoned media professional Alexandrea Merrell, along with some self-published authors including yours truly (thanks Don!). Visit SVT Publishing to read Part Three in its entirety, but here’s a snippet: [...]

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Independent Publishing, Part Two

Independent Publishing, Part Two

| March 16, 2012 | Comments (1)

Part Two of Don Smith’s series Independent Publishing further delves into the world of self-publishing and offers excellent advice from the highly accomplished Alexandrea Merrell for authors seeking to find success in this competitive field. Hint: it takes a lot of savvy and hard work. Here’s an excerpt from the post at SVT Publishing, but [...]

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Bluewater Comics New "American Defenders: US Army" -- A Review

Bluewater Comics New “American Defenders: US Army” — A Review

| March 16, 2012 | Comments (0)

Bluewater Comics, creators of such excellent biographies as Ronald Reagan, Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh (for the company’s Political Power series) and Jesus Christ (for the company’s Faith series), has just released a wonderful new comic chronicling the history of the United States Army. As with all of the aforementioned efforts, this too has been penned by writer/author/journalist [...]

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Independent Publishing, Part One

Independent Publishing, Part One

| March 9, 2012 | Comments (0)

My friend, author/writer/interviewer Don Smith just published the first article in a four-part series examining the pros and cons of self-publishing for SVT Publishing, with a little help from Alexandrea Merrell, Director of Orndee Omnimedia and the author of the book Rules for Republican Radicals. Visit the SVT site to read the whole thing, but [...]

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"Conversations with Friends and Creators"

“Conversations with Friends and Creators”

| February 29, 2012 | Comments (0)

I am blessed to have a wonderful friend in the form of writer/author/journalist Don Smith and privileged to have been his very first guest on his new Conversations with Friends and Creators series. Visit his blog and check out our video interview below. Don is becoming quite adept at creating these wonderful trailers so if [...]

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Laughing at Bell's Palsy

Laughing at Bell’s Palsy

| February 9, 2012 | Comments (0)

I am definitely not the only one dealing with a winter of discontent. My good friend, author/writer/journalist Don Smith has recently been afflicted with Bell’s Palsy but as the following video demonstrates, he’s handling it with remarkable grit, forbearance and humor. God bless you Don! Be sure to check out all the videos as well [...]

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An Interview with Parcbench’s Don Smith, author of The Goffle Road Murders of Passaic County

An Interview with Parcbench’s Don Smith, author of The Goffle Road Murders of Passaic County

| August 29, 2011 | Comments (0)

Published by Parcbench on August 29, 2011: For as long as I have known Don Smith (which is almost three years now), he has been hard at work on a book about the first murder in Passaic County, New Jersey. Aside from being a dedicated writer and regular contributor to Parcbench and numerous other sites, [...]

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Parasol Power Chat for Authors: Using Social Media

Parasol Power Chat for Authors: Using Social Media

| June 7, 2011 | Comments (0)

Are you an author torn between query letters and the temptation to self-publish? Confused by terms like print-on-demand? Intimidated by Twitter, Facebook and other social media platforms? If your answer to that is anything other than a resounding “yes”, do we have a broadcast for you! So put down the pen (or keyboard), pack a [...]

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Blessed and Grateful for the Support of Family and Friends

Blessed and Grateful for the Support of Family and Friends

| September 8, 2010 | Comments (0)

Some exciting happenings are in the works for both Water Signs and my new media career, thanks to the support of some incredible people. One happens to be my big brother Mark, who mentioned my book to a prominent a.m. talk show host last week during a call-in. While I am not going to disclose [...]

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The Daunting Task of Writing a Tasteful, Compelling Love Scene: Chapter 34 of Water Signs

The Daunting Task of Writing a Tasteful, Compelling Love Scene: Chapter 34 of Water Signs

| August 3, 2010 | Comments (2)

Or, as my lovable smart-aleck writer-friend Don calls it, Chapter Fornication. He kids of course, being one of the book’s staunchest fans as well as someone who understands the novel’s underlying themes and ultimate championing of traditional values. Having been raised with similar values as an Evangelical Christian, Don (like so many other readers) relates to [...]

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Philly Sports Radio Personality Trevelise on debut episode of The Liberty Belle Hour on BTR

Philly Sports Radio Personality Trevelise on debut episode of The Liberty Belle Hour on BTR

| July 30, 2010 | Comments (0)

One of the many things I am incredibly blessed with are good friends who consistently look out for my best interests, as I do theirs. This kind of reciprocity makes life not only fulfilling, but also rewarding — I can’t think of anything better than to be in a position to truly help someone with [...]

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