The Keep Bridge Alive Campaign

The Keep Bridge Alive Campaign is a new initiative that hopes to establish the Sociology of Bridge as an official direction of study – and you can help!

It aims to explore bridge and its players in more depth than has ever been researched before, and can see more funding brought to crucial research for just how bridge can save lives (and aid minds).

Click here for an in-depth interview with Professor Samantha Punch at the University of Stirling in Scotland over at Great Bridge Links, or watch the video below to find out more.

Players, readers and investors who’d like to contribute to the project can also find the direct crowdfund link on Crowdfunder by clicking here.

 

 

How to Promote Your Book: On Amazon Now!

If you’re an author looking for new ways to promote your work, here’s a great book to pick up – and I’m not just saying this because I happen to be one of the contributors!

It’s filled with excellent advice from veteran authors, and it teaches in a few pages what would otherwise take years to pick up.

Find it on Amazon over here.

New Book Contribution: How to Promote Your Book

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It’s rare to announce more than one book contribution within one month, so it’s especially exciting to announce a contributing chapter to How to Promote Your Book, edited by Caitlin Jans.

If you’re looking for practical advice on how to promote the written word and improve as a writer, this is the book to add to your collection – and it’s available as a free download for a limited time.

Get it by clicking here.

New Book Contribution: Out-of-Work to Making Money

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Good news!

I’ve just gotten an e-mail about the release out Out-of-Work to Making Money, compiled by Anne Emerick – and I’m the author of one of the 21 stories featured in the book!

It’s available on Amazon in either Kindle or Paperback form (currently in pre-order form until 31 March), and you can read more publicity about the book at Forbes’ Next Avenue.

If you’ve ever struggled to earn an income or find a job, this book was put together to help.