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Wednesday, December 6, 2017

MANA's Books of the Month For December

As a way to introduce MarketingNewAuthors.com to a new audience, MANA features “Books of the Month” written by MANA’s authors. 

MANA’s Book of the Month feature is not the traditional subscription-based book service in which members pay for and receive a new book each month. MANA promotes books by MANA authors through its various media channels. Readers may preview and purchase a book on the book’s web page.

Read the information below about the books we are featuring for December 2017: God’s Gift to Me: I Share With You—Book Two by Doris Zarzycki and Soar with the Angels: A Children’s Book by Cecilia R. Telles.


 God’s Gift to Me: I Share With You—Book Two by Doris Zarzycki

Doris Zarzycki shares her wisdom through a collection of over 220 prose and poems for anyone who needs to make sense of this world and chooses to thrive nonetheless. It is evident that Ms. Zarzycki has done a lot of soul searching and is now confident in herself and works to inspire others. 

Read more HERE about Ms. Zarzycki and her book in a post on MANA’s blog.

Click HERE to preview the book, God's Gift to Me: I Share With You—Book Two.



Soar with the Angels: A Children’s Book by Cecilia R. Telles

Young children have a curious mind and sometimes they ask us questions that we really have to think long and hard about before we give them an answer.

One topic youngsters often focus on is angels. “Who are they?” they ask. “Are they with us now?” At times, children will say they actually have seen angels and talked to them.

If you have a child or a grandchild who is captivated by angels, then you will want to read, Soar with the Angels: A Children’s Book.

Read more HERE about the book in a post on MANA’s blog. 

Click HERE to preview the book, Soar with the Angels: A Children's Book.



Thursday, November 23, 2017

Introducing MANA's Businesswomen's Website Page and New Blog

To support businesswomen and encourage them in their efforts, MarketingNewAuthors.com (MANA) has set up the MANA Businesswomen's Pages-Shop Here! to promote merchandise and services of female entrepreneurs. 

MANA's Businesswomen's Pages-Shop Here! can offer:

• Your company's own web page on the MANA website. It will showcase your products or provide a link to your site where sales take place. MANA receives NO ROYALTY. You earn 100% of the sales. 

• E-Commerce on your webpage on the MANA site if your company does not have a website. Again, MANA receives NO ROYALTY. You earn 100% of the sales. 

• Beginning November 24 (Black Friday), your company receives THREE MONTHS of promoting your business pages via MANA's social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest; The MANA Sunriser blog, and The MANA HARVESTER, MANA's digital newsletter. 

The cost is $149.95  There is no long-term commitment. 

Sunday, November 5, 2017

MANA's Books of the Month for November

As a way to introduce MarketingNewAuthors.com to a new audience, MANA features “Books of the Month” written by MANA’s authors.

MANA’s Book of the Month feature is not the traditional subscription-based book service in which members pay for and receive a new book each month. MANA promotes books by MANA authors through its various media channels. Readers may preview and purchase a book on the book’s web page.

Our books for November 2017 are Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars by T. Patrick Devlin, and A Soldier’s Poetic Response: A Slice of His Life by Captain Adrian Massey.

As a special offer, purchase a copy of Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars, or A Soldier’s Poetic Response: A Slice of His Life and receive $5 off the price of another book on MarketingNewAuthors.com's website. A $5 rebate check will be sent to you after purchase of Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars or A Soldier’s Poetic Response: A Slice of His Life.


Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars 
by T. Patrick Devlin

There’s no getting around it, Post-traumatic Stress Syndrome (PTSD) is real and has affected soldiers of various wars. In Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars, author T. Patrick Devlin has taken the challenges of PTSD for veterans and conveyed them into three short stories. 

Although the stories are fictional, Devlin does not approach these challenges in a stereotypical manner. Instead, in the short stories, “Dad’s TV”, “Dancer”, and “Roadkill” the author brings clear insight into the lives of veterans, their family members and others who interact with them.

Click HERE to read more about the book on MANA's blog.

Click HERE To preview Dancer & Other Tattered Threads of PTSD Lives: After the Wars.






A Soldier’s Poetic Response: A Slice of His Life 

by Captain Adrian Massey


U.S. Army Captain Adrian Massey has a love for his country and a love for writing. The Michigan native and Eastern Michigan University graduate served two tours of duty in Iraq and continues his career in the military. 

Capt. Massey drew even closer to his pen during his first tour of duty in Iraq. The majority of his book, A Soldier's Poetic Response: A Slice of His Life was written while stationed in Iraq.

"I am a poet by life experience and Army Officer by trade," Massey writes on his blog. 


Click HERE to read more about the book on MANA's blog.

Click HERE to preview A Soldier’s Poetic Response: A Slice of His Life.

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Check Out MANA's Books Of The Month For October

As a way to introduce MarketingNewAuthors.com to a new audience, MANA will feature “Books of the Month” written by MANA’s authors.

MANA’s Book of the Month feature is not the traditional subscription-based book service in which members pay for and receive a new book each month. MANA plans to promote books by  MANA author through its various media channels. Readers may preview and purchase a book on the book’s web page.

Our books for October 2017 are Superstorm Sandy: In the Eyes of the Children, ed. by Kathleen M. Woods Ignatoski, Ph.D., and The Importance of Cabo Verde in a Global Context by Marcel Gomes Balla.

As a special offer, purchase a copy of Superstorm Sandy: In the Eyes of the Children, or The Importance of Cabo Verde in a Global Context and receive $5 off the price of another book on MarketingNewAuthors.com's website. A $5 rebate check will be sent to you after purchase of Superstorm Sandy: In the Eyes of the Children or The Importance of Cabo Verde in a Global Context. 


Superstorm Sandy: In the Eyes of the Children
ed. by Kathleen M. Woods Ignatoski, Ph.D.

Superstorm Sandy affected so many people. While the media reported reactions by politically powerful individuals and men and women who lost their homes. However, a major segment of the population did not have an opportunity to share how this powerful storm affected them.

This work is a collection of essays written by youngsters affected by Superstorm Sandy. The children tell us about this storm and its effects on their lives through their eyes.

This book may reflect experiences of children who went through Hurricanes Harvey and Irma in August and September. For adults wanting to comfort children who experienced the recent storms, Superstorm Sandy: In the Eyes of the Children may function as a kind of literary therapy. 

Click HERE to MANA’s blog post: "Superstorm Sandy: In the Eyes of the Children Now Available." 

Click HERE to read an interview with the book’s editor, Kathleen M. Woods Ignatoski.

To purchase Superstorm Sandy: In the Eyes of the Children, go HERE:  



The Importance of Cabo Verde in a Global Context 
by Marcel Gomes Balla

If you want to learn about the important role Cabo Verde played in world history, then The Importance of Cabo Verde in a Global Context by Marcel Gomes Balla is for you.

Yes, you may have learned about the influence and founding of the Americas by Christopher Columbus. However, the history of the Americas really begins with the Cape Verdeans. Although this book can be read in about an hour or so, the information may be retained for a lifetime.

The Importance of Cabo Verde in a Global Context sheds well-documented light on the founding of the Americas and is most  appropriate in the month that commemorates Columbus’ arrival in the Americas. 

Click HERE to read a Q&A with author Marcel Gomes Balla.

To purchase The Importance of Cabo Verde in a Global Context, go HERE.





Wednesday, September 6, 2017

"GRANDDADDY" By Cavis Adams — MANA's Book of the Month


As a way to introduce MarketingNewAuthors.com to a new audience, MANA will feature a “Book of the Month” written by one of MANA’s authors.

MANA’s Book of the Month feature is not the traditional subscription-based book service in which members pay for and receive a new book each month. MANA plans to promote a book by a MANA author through its various media channels. Readers may preview and purchase a book on the book’s web page.

Our inaugural book for September 2017 is Granddaddy, a “coming of age” work by first-time author, Cavis Adams. The author masterfully interweaves the method of stream of consciousness to tell the story of the developing relationship between Granddaddy Jeremiah Hunter, who lives in rural Alabama, and his grandson, Curtis, a youngster from Minnesota.  

Other stories are interwoven implementing stream of consciousness with such skill that the reader cannot help but understand the underlying pain and challenges that Curtis’s parents experience as individuals and as a couple. The unifying element is the spiritual strength that Jeremiah Hunter offers throughout the novel. 

As a special offer, purchase a copy of Granddaddy, and receive $5 off the price of another book on MarketingNewAuthors.com's website. A $5 rebate check will be sent to you after purchase of the book, Granddaddy.


Click HERE to read a Q&A with Cavis Adams.

Click HERE to preview Granddaddy on the book's webpage.

Friday, September 1, 2017

MANA Has Opened The Gate For You To Enter In And Self-Publish This Fall!

Are you ready to self-publish your manuscript this Fall? If so, MarketingNewAuthors.com (MANA) has opened the gate for you to walk in and start the self-publishing process. 

MANA has six new self-publishing plans for you to take advantage of this Fall. Are you worried about the costs for publishing your book? MANA’s self-publishing plans are not only affordable but you can pay in reasonable monthly installments! 

A non-refundable downpayment is required for all six plans. From now through December 21st, make a $100 non-refundable downpayment and take $250 off your selected self-publication plans. 

The plans are set up based on the number of words of your manuscript. Here is an example of one plan:

Plan A

For a 25,000-word manuscript: 

• Customized document layout 
• Printing of 50 copies 
• Customized Color Covers 
• Web page 
• E-commerce accepting electronic checks, Amex, Discover, Master Card, & VISA 
• Distribution (no charge to the author for shipping and handling)
• 70% royalty for every book sold via MANA 
• $100 down, reasonable monthly installments 

Becoming a MANA author means you’ll receive a 70 percent royalty for every book sold by MANA, and if you choose to sell your own book, you’ll receive 100 percent royalty!

A Q&A With Martha Freudigman, Author of "Through The Storms"

Martha Freudigman
MarketingNewAuthors.com welcomes Martha Freudigman, author of ThroughThe Storms, a unique book made up of two stories. One is a fictional murder mystery with all of the twists and turns one would expect. The second story is Ms. Freudigman's autobiography! 

The first part of Through The Storms tells the intriguing story of Marguerite (Maggie) Halloran, a single, "almost" 24 year-old bookstore owner. The store hosted a monthly book club whose members enjoyed reading murder mysteries. 
Little did Maggie know what she was in for after purchasing an old Gothic house in which two gruesome murders took place.

In the second part of the book, Ms. Freudigman, shares the challenges she endured in her more than 80 years of living. Readers will enjoy both stories in this page-turning, fast-paced, book that will keep them engaged from start to finish. 


MANA: Would you please describe to readers what Through The Storms is all about? 
Martha Freudigman: It is a fictional murder mystery with lots of twists that makes it unusual.

Thursday, August 24, 2017

"Bare Essentials Bits": A Weekly Podcast on Grammar and Writing

Do you know when to use "then" or "than" or "their", "there", or "they're"? 

If you aren't sure, then listen to MANA's new audio series, Bare Essentials Bits: All You Wanted to Ask About a Grammatical/
Writing Tidbit but Were Too Embarrassed To Ask!

The 5-minute audio will address a spelling challenge or grammatical issue that stumps or confuses writers. For instance: Do you know when to use "its" and "it's"? The series will also explore punctuation marks, apostrophes and commas.  And so, for anyone challenged by a grammatical tidbit, listen to Bare Essentials Bits!  To download more formats, including mp3, click on the Internet Archive icon of the right-hand side of the player.

If you have any questions that you would like to ask, feel free to email MANA at info@marketingnewauthors.com for an explanation.

Want to learn more about verbs and verb errors? Then, listen to this week's episode:



1. What's the difference between "affect" vs. "effect" and how are they used? Click HERE to listen for the answer on the August 10, 2017 episode on MANA's Internet Archive page.

2. When do you use "come" vs. "came"? "did" vs. "done"?  run" vs. "ran"? saw" vs. "seen"?Click HERE to listen to the August 17, 2017 episode on MANA's Internet Archive page.

3. When do you use "there," "they're," and "their"? Click HERE to listen to the August 23, 2017 episode on MANA's Internet Archive page.