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Indie Authors: How to be Featured in Publishers Weekly

Indie Authors did you know you can have your book featured in Publishers Weekly? Publishers Weekly Select You can have your book featured through PW Select for $149. “PW Select is an entry-level marketing program that gives you: – feature placement for one month on BookLife.com – a listing in Publishers Weekly‘s print and online editions with your book cover, synopsis […]

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Watching the Daisies is #1 Best Seller on Amazon US!

“Watching the Daisies” has a bestseller tag on Amazon US! It is holding the #1 spot on Kindle for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Doing a little happy dance… Thank you to everyone who has supported me in reaching this very precious moment in time.   Brigid P. Gallagher is a retired natural medicines therapist, passionate organic gardener and author of “Watching the Daisies- Life […]

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My Writing Journey – from New Age Teacher to Indie Author

I celebrated three years as an indie author on 14 November. However, my writing journey began more than 30 years ago… New Age Teacher The first natural medicines workshop I attended was an introduction to reflexology and massage in 1986. I knew from that day on that I wanted to become a natural medicines therapist. After a lot of travelling to courses […]

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25 Books for Christmas, The List #GiftIdeas #FeedYourKindle — Books by Patricia Furstenberg

I am thrilled to have my memoir “Watching the Daisies” included in Patricia Furstenberg’s post “25 Books for Christmas.” Find gift ideas for book lovers or feed your kindle this Christmas with engaging reads from our list: romance, historical fiction, children’s books, young adult, Sci-Fi, crime, contemporary, poetry, short or humorous reads in paperback or e-Books, the last-minute stocking fillers. […]

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Donegal Women in Business Network – Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Donegal Women in Business Network celebrated their 20th anniversary on 1st October with a conference titled “Looking Back Moving Forward” at Lough Eske Castle Hotel. An Ideal Networking Opportunity Although many authors are natural introverts, networking with potential readers is key to selling books. Blogging and social media are valuable marketing tools. However, we often forget about linking with others […]

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