A Kindle Tool You NEED – Highly Recommended

If I endorse something, it’s good or great. I won’t kill my reputation promoting something just to get an affiliate commission. And yes, I’m happy to be an affiliate of the product below.

I don’t really know this guy, but I can tell something about him by the quality of the product he puts out. It’s far and above most of the junk you see slapped together nowadays.

Kindling — This is by far the best and most updated Amazon Kindle course I’ve ever seen and I’ve reviewed about 5 of them. You can actually make a living on Amazon.

I’m putting my people on this method and if you want to maximize Kindle sales I think you should too.

He even covers making money with fiction which I know absolutely nothing about because I’ve always considered fiction a tough sell.

Check out more details below:

Amazon Kindle eBooks represent one of the best and low risk opportunities most people will have in their lifetime to change their financial fortunes forever.

If you can write an email, you have the skills needed to create profitable books and reports. It really is that easy when you know what steps to take.

Kindling gives you those steps and everything else you need:

=> There is training for both Nonfiction and Fiction.

=> The training covers everything from content creation, to promotion, branding and up scaling your business – a business where the sky is the limit.

=> There are complete sections on Twitter and Facebook that are alone worth more than the one time really cheap fee.

=> Geoff makes everything simple to understand and easily actionable with the training in text, video and audio formats.

=> There’s also a lot of inspiration and motivation in the training which is essential to ensure you follow through and succeed with this opportunity and if that’s not enough, you get Geoff’s personal email address for one-on-one support.(I thought I was the only one crazy enough to do that. hahaha)

=> The content is always updated with any changes that are happening in the business to ensure you’re getting the very latest information and advice.

Over the past year there has been new content added on a weekly basis and there is more of the same planned for the current year.

=> There are no ongoing monthly fees and there are no upsells – just a genuine education and genuine help from someone who will do everything to help you succeed.

Both Fiction and Non Fiction are Covered

Geoff shares special techniques he uses to make fiction writing easy and while there is a lot of money to be made with nonfiction, he encourages everyone to tackle fiction (when they’re ready) with his help, because that is where the REALLY big opportunities are.

Most people quickly find that they can create good fiction that sells – it’s all in the training.

The devil is in the details and there’s often only a small change from struggle to success. Kindling gives you all the tips, tricks and special stuff that will ensure success.

Visit this site to see the complete details and to get started publishing correctly on Kindle today:


Efficient Online Communication

I received a link to this article in my email this morning and its a complaint I have very often.

It seems that too many people think they can communicate in strange ways online, in e-mail, on social media etc. They do things, say things and act in ways they wouldn’t do in person. But they seem to forget they are speaking to a human being and should use efficient communication techniques.

This article includes a few tips to communicate more effectively online, in texts etc.

Article from the CBI Clubhouse Newsletter 

If you spend a fair amount of time online, perhaps you’ve noticed it:

People are becoming ruder.  And angrier.  And more entitled.

Really, I’m simply amazed at some of what appears in my e-mail inbox.  Folks with whom I’ve never corresponded are sending me demanding messages such as “SEND ME THE EBOOK!!!!” and “I WANT TO GET PUBLISHED. TELL ME WHAT TO DO!”

People (non-customers) send us long, detailed questions out of the blue and expect immediate responses.  If they don’t get one, we often receive an abusive message as a follow up.

And then there’s the magic words that many people seem to be using as a justification for curt, nicety-free missives:

“Sent via my iPhone”

Look, I’ve been doing this a long time, and I’ve got a pretty thick skin.  So I raise this not to prevent my feelings from being hurt, but rather as a cautionary message about how *not* to sabotage your writing career.

As a 21st century author, your ability to communicate is paramount to your success.  Editors, agents, bloggers, book reviewers, distributors, promotional partners and readers are just some of the people who are important to your career.  For goodness sake, treat them with more respect than “Here’s my new book. Write a review!”.

Here then, are my tips to help you be seen as a courteous author worthy of consideration:

  • “Dear”, “Thank you”, “Please” and “Sincerely/All the Best/Yours Truly” aren’t archaic leftovers from the distant past.  They’re still as important as ever.  Use them. Please.
  • Composing a message from your phone or tablet is not an excuse for overly-direct curtness.  If you have a business message to send, wait until you have the time to write it properly.
  • If you’re contacting someone for the first time, make the effort to introduce yourself, and clearly state the purpose of your message.
  • If someone doesn’t get right back to you, don’t fire off an angry e-mail accusing them of ignoring you.  Perhaps the message got lost.  Maybe they’re on vacation.  Perhaps they’re ill.  Calmly send another friendly message restating your request or comment.
  • Remember that you’re dealing with human beings.  In our case, every piece of e-mail is read either by me or by Laura.  We don’t have a building full of underlings to take care of that for us.  When you send us kind words (and many of you do — thank you!), it feels great.  When you’re rude or angry, it stings.   Treat me with respect — I think  I’ve earned at least that.

The vast majority of you are nothing but gracious in your communications with us.  That bodes well for your future success.  Keep at it, and gently work to correct those who aren’t minding your manners.

For the few of you who may have let your etiquette slip, please take heed of the points I’ve laid out, and make a resolution to make the online world just a little bit more courteous.

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Linda DeVillers – Full Bio

In February and March 2013 – Linda DeVillers is touring cyber space to promote her book Simple Sexy Food.

Click to see more information about the Simple Sexy Food virtual tour.

This is the full bio for Linda DeVillers

Linda DeVillers has more than 20 years experience as a sex and relationship expert. Her previous book, Love Skills: A Fun, Upbeat Guide to Sex-cessful Relationships (now in its fourth edition), is internationally known in the field of sexuality. It was praised as “fun,” “great reading,” and “as down-to-earth, open-minded, and daring as you would want a manual on sexual intimacy to be.”*

In addition to her private practice, Dr. De Villers holds faculty positions at Pepperdine University, Loyola Marymount University, and Linda DeVillers Author of Simple Sexy FoodSanta Monica City College, where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Human Sexuality, Health Psychology, and Personal Growth. She is certified as a Diplomate in Sex Therapy by the American Association of Sex Educators, Counselors, and Therapists.

Dr. De Villers is regarded as an expert in the study of aphrodisiacs. She was a featured expert in a Discovery Channel Health program (2006) on 10 sexual myths, including the myth that aphrodisiacs don’t exist. In an academic setting, she has researched and presented on related topics, including:

  • Which Aphrodisiac Foods for 21st Century Sensibilities?” (World Congress of Sexology, Montreal, July 2005).
  • Beyond the Food: A Sex Therapist’s Rx for Aphrodisiac [1]Meals” (Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Redondo Beach, CA, April 2006).
  • Boosting Sexual Pleasure Through Physical Exercise and Sensual, Healthful Eating” (Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Indianapolis, IN, November 2007).

Dr. De Villers served as the monthly sex columnist for Health magazine from April 2007 to April 2008, and wrote for Playboy.com for more than a year, in 2000. Other print media has included major newspapers such as the New York Times, USA Today, and the Washington Post, as well as magazines including Reader’s Digest, Cosmopolitan, Shape, Men’s Fitness, Bride’s Magazine and many others. Dr. De Villers has provided her expertise on wide-ranging topics related to sexual enhancement, including boosting sexual drive through exercise, sure-fire/clever tricks for more intense orgasms, creative turn-on tips, and overcoming male and female sexual difficulties. She has also made numerous television appearances as a guest expert, including on “Berman & Berman” and “Montel Williams” on similar topics.

In addition to presenting at academic symposia nationally and internationally, Dr. De Villers also speaks on relationship and sexuality topics to professional and general audiences, such as the Learning Annex, Great Expectations (dating service), Kaiser-Permanente, the Los Angeles Chapter of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, and the American Association of Sex Educators.

Dr. De Villers is a devoted home cook and entertainer. She discovered her love of food and learning about different cuisines when she studied at the Sorbonne in Paris. Since then, her international travels as a researcher and lecturer have expanded her culinary repertoire; she has turned her travel experiences over the past 20 years into opportunities for culinary exploration. From her first travels to France where she acquired basic French techniques she has adventured widely into the culinary cultures of South America (Venezuela, Brazil, and Argentina), Central America (Cuba and Costa Rica), the Canadian province of Quebec, the Netherlands, Spain, Thailand, and Australia. She maintains a practice in Marina del Rey, California, and lives in Los Angeles.


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