JoeyTweets BookBlast – “The Love of My Life was All in My Head” by Alexandra Pauley

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Title: “The Love of My Life was All in My Head”

Author: Alexandra Pauley

Genres: creative nonfiction, self help, relationship

Description: There comes a time in our lives when the painful experience we endure ends up being worth the self-awareness we gain. “The Love of My Life was All in My Head” is my story of love. This book is written from the unique angle of what I learned from loving, and losing, a remarkable man.Continue reading

JoeyTweets BookBlast – “Open Your G.I.F.T.S., Volume 2: 42 Lessons on Finding and Embracing Blessings in Disguise” presented by Kim Coles

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Title: “Open Your G.I.F.T.S.: 42 Lessons on Finding and Embracing Blessings in Disguise”

Author: Claudia Wair and various authors

Genres: nonfiction, self-help, self-discovery

Description: Claudia Wair’s essay “Learn to Fly” appears in “Open Your G.I.F.T.S.: 42 Lessons on Finding and Embracing Blessings in Disguise,” presented by bestselling author and actress, Kim Coles. This anthology will be available for general release in August 2018, pre-ordering is available now.

When life throws us curveballs, it can be all too easy for us to ask “Why me?” However, what if we shifted our perspective and saw those events in our lives as blessings in disguise, as gifts that we can leverage to make our lives and the lives of others better? In the forthcoming anthology “Open Your G.I.F.T.S.” spearheaded by Kim Coles, each of the authors demonstrates how they turned their hardships into strengths by expressing and practicing Gratitude, Intention, Forgiveness, Triumph, and Self-Love.

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JoeyTweets BookBlast – “Crossroads: The Discovery Journal: Reflecting and Reaching Out” by Gloria Jean Berry

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Title: “Crossroads: The Discovery Journal: Reflecting and Reaching Out”

Author: Gloria Jean Berry

Genres: self help, self esteem

Description: It’s a fact, everyone faces situations in which they cannot arrive at solutions alone. Life can be complex and confusing. This is particularly true during the late teens and young adult years. Although “Crossroads: The Discovery Journal:  Reflecting and Reaching Out” targets late teens and young adults, this combination book and journal will also have an impact on those beyond those stages of life.

Target Groups:  Late Teens and Young Adults, Parents and Educators of Late Teens and Young Adults

“Crossroads” is innovative and unique. Author and former teacher Gloria Jean Berry presents invaluable advice on how to get help in making those tough decisions that keep you awake at night. This self-help guide aims to enhance one’s decision-making skills.

You’ll learn that working through challenging, perplexing circumstances with the help of others can offer hope. Words of wisdom are also included from some of the country’s most powerful and influential figures. Their advice will inspire you to reach for your dreams with passion and determination.Continue reading

JoeyTweets BookBlast – “Sharing the Rest of the Ride” by Ur Dun

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Title: “Sharing the Rest of the Ride: 5 Star Muzzle, Tax Revenue Tracking System, Exposed: (Book 1)”

Author: Ur Dun

Genres: engineering, transportation, business, money, ride sharing

Description: Are you a consumer, investigative reporter, or a concerned citizen wondering what in the world is going on in the passenger vehicle transportation industry? Do you want answers to the roles of the government, taxes, and revenues, pertaining to the industry? “Sharing the Rest of the Ride, 5 Star Muzzle, Tax Revenue Tracking System, Exposed” is an insightful story based on the hands on experiences of an individual. Its an informative and knowledgable true story that’s sure to make you think.Continue reading

JoeyTweets BookBlast – “Human Earthquake: Book 1” by Ramon Darnell

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Title: “Human Earthquake”

Author: Ramon Darnell

Genres: nonfiction, biographies, memoirs

Description: What is it for a man to gain the world but lose his soul? I feel compelled to share my story which allows me to be a living example and talk about the good, the bad and the beautiful journey that I have taken. Take this voyage with me and witness the scientific and strategic development of a Mack, who rose to the top in the violent streets of the south side of Chicago. Human Earthquake will expose the inside track on the street game which lead me to evolve into a King, in my world that allowed me to conquer at will. This is a fascinating three-part epic, a must read. So, here we start at the beginning of the road…on this adventure that is my life!
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Writer’s Fuel interview with Joey Pinkney

It’s funny how things come full circle. Many, many literary years ago, I interviewed Yvonne Pierre for my “JoeyPinkney.com 5 Minutes, 5 Questions With… Author Interview Series. Late last year, 2017, Yvonne contacted me to see if I would be a part of the author interview series for “Writer’s Fuel.”

Below is an excerpt of the interview followed by a link to the full interview. I had a great time talking about things that authors do to propel themselves forward or self-sabotage them. Enjoy, share, leave a comment. I look forward to your feedback.

Joey Pinkney promotes literature using social media. His book promotion service JoeyTweets.com uses Twitter, and other popular social media websites, to gain more exposure for authors and their books using his huge digital footprint.

Before offering the JoeyTweets service, Joey Pinkney conducted numerous author interviews and book reviews on his website JoeyPinkney.com. Pinkney also strives to push his creative boundaries by crafting compelling short stories. In 2015, he decided to publish standalone short stories on a more regular basis.

Joey Pinkney’s fast fiction reflects his quirky sense of humor and his attention to layered details. He produces tales that his readers consider to be offbeat, yet familiar. More about his book and writings can be found at JoeysPen.com. His stories, in part, are fueled by chocolate.

YVONNE PIERRE: You’ve been offering promotional services for several years. What inspired you to help authors promote their books?Continue reading