Building a Following

As a writer I need to have a way to get the word out about all of the books that I have in print and I need to have a way to garner interest for the writing that I do. I have found that having a good promotional staff London on my side can help with that and can make my life a lot easier. When I have good individuals helping me out I can get the word out about my books and build a following for my writing. I have found that having individuals dedicated to my writing and to getting word out about it can bring in readers and help me to become a more popular individual. I don’t know where I would be without the staff that I have brought on and come to love.

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November 25th, 2015 by Edwina

Contemplating Moving

Life is all about making decisions. Some decisions are a breeze to make while others are more difficult. One of the decisions that I have been struggling with is whether I should stay in my current place or move. I love where I am at, but I keep longing for change. That is one of the many things that is making this decision incredibly difficult for me.

Yesterday, I spent the whole day running errands. I had to purchase some groceries and porous paving materials. I then spent the day cleaning up the house. After that, I weighed the pros and cons of staying vs. moving. I found that there are just as many advantages to staying as there is to moving. I hope that I will be able to make a decision soon because I am really stressed.

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November 15th, 2015 by Edwina

My Favorite Things To Do

I am very busy. If there were 30 hours in a day, then I still would not finish half of the things that I needed to do. I work full-time, which is sometimes more than 40 hours per week. I am also married with four children. However, despite the fact that I am very busy, I still make time to do the things that I want to do. I feel like taking time out to yourself is an important for maintaining your sanity.

When I get free time, I love to go jogging. I also enjoy reading and making crafts. When I have the funds, I get a Thai massage Manchester because I find it to be very relaxing. Additionally, I occasionally take a weekend trip with a few of my friends.

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August 4th, 2015 by Edwina

A Disruptive Phone Call

I despise getting phone calls from companies looking to sell me things. I always get these phone calls at the most inconvenient times. I was eating dinner the other night and I got a phone call from a mysterious number. I begrudgingly answered it. I was shocked to hear a falsetto voice on the other end of the line asking me if I’ve found the right business to take care of my water filtration media needs. I was absolutely baffled because I don’t even know anything about H20 filters or anything of that sort. The person on the phone continued talking about this baffling subject in that unsettling falsetto voice. I caught random phrases such as “acid neutralizing media,” “arsenic removal media,” “sediment media” and “residential water softeners.” I wasn’t in the mood to have this topic disrupting my delicious dinner, so I abruptly hung up. That was a very out of character move for me because I’m usually very polite.

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July 26th, 2015 by Edwina

How life can change with one event

On a city bus one afternoon magic was made Ruth and George sat side by side as the bus traveled through rush hour traffic. They discussed weather, how jobs were going and other things. Both single and widowers, Ruth lost her husband in an oil plant work fatality. George lost his beloved wife during a medical procedure. As the bus trundled along these two souls were becoming closer. They were arriving to their final destination towards home. George pondered what to say while departing, He said “Ruth, you’re very delightful and it seems we have many commonalities. I’d like to take you on a dinner date if you agree?” Ruth was shocked! Internet dating was the last thing on her mind heading home. She’d been looking for a kind gentleman for months. George’s invite was delightfully accepted. They both felt companionship would be welcomed. plans were set and contact information exchanged amidst smiles and laughter!

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July 24th, 2015 by Edwina

Reformulating Ancient Wisdom

Insights on Perspective

An old Indian legend tells of three blind men who examined an elephant. “It is wide and thin,” said one, holding the creature’s ear. “No, it is long and narrow!” the second insisted, feeling the rope-like tail. “You’re both wrong!” The third contended. He ran his hand along the elephant’s broad flank. “This animal is huge and very heavy.” This tale circulated in many forms for several years, demonstrating how subjectively human beings interpret the world.

Modern Mischief

Now, just imagine if this ancient tale appeared on Bolton CCTV! Would ancient insight disappear under the intrusive gaze of the modern camera lens? Would viewers dismiss the three blind commentators, all of them honest, as just a trio of fools? Or would careful camera editing create confusion and partisanship? One lens might depict only the elephants ear in a close-up. Another could follow only the tail. And so forth…

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July 19th, 2015 by Edwina

How I Got Lucky… on the Internet

I know what you’re thinking. The title of this post sounds like this is going to go in an inappropriate direction. But what I’d actually like to report is the success I’ve had using a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) web design Manchester. Easier to use than WordPress, and cheaper than most options out there, I’ve found success in building several platforms for my online businesses and showcasing them with fun and stylish websites through Wix. For anyone looking for a cost-efficient, time-efficient, extremely simple way to get started on the internet, this is definitely the way to go. Being someone who isn’t extremely savvy with computers, I can say with experience this is one of the best options for people who want to make a splash on the Internet, without all those years of computer training.

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July 17th, 2015 by Edwina

A Father’s Undying Love For Music

As I sit here in front of my piano, I can only think about how I got started in the music industry. My father was a noted electric violinist. He would play for large crowds and noted celebrities. He even played for the President one time. There is nothing that I would change about my musical life. One afternoon, as I was preparing for a recital, I noticed a cramp developing in my hand. This wasn’t a good sign as I only had a few hours to prepare for one of the most important performances of my life. The time of the recital arrived, and my hand seemed worse than it was earlier. I knew that I would do well as I had on the necklace my father gave me before he died. When I started playing, it felt like someone else had control of my hands, and I knew it was my father.

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July 8th, 2015 by Edwina