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178 results for 'Novel Noise'

How to promote your book online by Giacomo Giammatteo

By Novel Noise, published on Jul 24, 2012

About Giacomo Giammatteo

I live in Texas now, but I grew up in Cleland Heights, a mixed ethnic neighborhood in Wilmington, Delaware that sat on the fringes of the Italian, Irish and Polish neighborhoods. The main characters of Murder Takes Time grew up in Cleland Heights and many of the scenes in the book were taken from real-life experiences.Somehow I survived the transition to adulthood, but when my kids were young I left the Northeast and settled in Texas, where my wife suggested we get a few animals. I should have known better; we now have a full-blown animal sanctuary with rescues... (more)

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Interview with Joleen Bridges, author of Finding Home

By Novel Noise, published on Jul 24, 2012


Joleen is a life-long Missouri resident and currently resides in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Besides writing, Joleen’s favorite things to do are; hang out with family, travel, read, and pretty much anything related to nature. Joleen is passionate about the topics of consciousness, enlightenment, spirituality and personal empowerment. Her debut book,Finding Home, Breaking Free from Limits, available at and on the book’s website, represents over 10 years of research and a lifetime of inspiration to present readers with a comprehensive look at... (more)

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Interview with Judy Byington, author of 22 Faces

By Novel Noise, published on Jul 20, 2012

About Judy Byington

Judy Byington, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., ret, has dedicated her life to humanizing and raising public awareness about the little known effects of ritual abuse and mind-control programming that tragically cause formation of multiple personalities in children.

The retired CEO, therapist, author and mental health supervisor is founder and leader of Trauma Research Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing information through CEU accredited seminars and lectures on Dissociation and coordinating ritual abuse survivor group, therapeutic and legal resources.

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J. Thomas Shaw discusses Autism and The RX Factor

By Novel Noise, published on Jul 6, 2012


J. Thomas Shaw was born in Quincy, Illinois, and attended the University of Oklahoma and Illinois State University. Following graduation, he moved to Chicago and had a highly successful professional career. He now resides in Southern California with his wife and their two children. Prior to his relocation to California, Mr. Shaw lived for six years in Durham, North Carolina and two years on a ranch outside of Cotopaxi, Colorado. He has traveled extensively throughout the Bahamas’, Caribbean and Mexico. The scenes throughout The RX Factor takes place in the various... (more)

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Guest Post by Carl Alves, author of

By Novel Noise, published on Jun 13, 2012


Carl went to Boston University majoring in Biomedical Engineering. Carl graduated with a BS degree, and has since worked in the pharmaceutical and medical devices industries. He later graduated from Lehigh University with an MBA degree.

His debut novel “Two For Eternity” was released in 2011 by Weaving Dreams Publishing. His novel “Blood Street” will be published by True Grit Publishing in November, 2012. His short fiction has appeared in various publications such as Sinister City, Alien Skin and Glassfire Anthology. He is a member of the Horror Writers... (more)

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What authors do I admire? by author Raynetta Stocks

By Novel Noise, published on Jun 12, 2012

Raynetta Stocks was born in Washington D.C. in August 1981. She excelled early at reading and writing, passions that endured and thrived into adulthood. She honed her skills entering literary contests and writing plays and prose for various extracurricular groups in both high school and college.

Having written since childhood, Raynetta has composed hundreds of works in a multitude of genres to include children’s books, adolescent fiction, short stories, and social essays. Her first work,Barely Breathing, a collection of prose and letters written under the pseudonym Micah Michele and... (more)

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Interview with author M. Anthony Phillips

By Novel Noise, published on May 25, 2012

M. Anthony Phillips is a native of St. Louis and studied writing and history at Harris Stowe University. M. Anthony is an avid historian and reader of fine literature of fiction and non-fictional books. This is M. Anthony’s third novel with a sequel to follow with hopes of becoming a full time novelist. M. Anthony resides in St. Louis and Los Angeles where he loves acting as a SAG member, practicing martial arts, writing screenplays, and living the life of a modern day renaissance man.

What inspired you to write your first book?

I always wanted to write a novel since I was righting... (more)

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Interview with author Kelly McClymer

By Novel Noise, published on May 17, 2012

Kelly McClymer started her writing career in short science fiction, moved to novel length historical romance and then shifted over to fantasy YA. Who knows what she’ll write next.

You can visit Kelly at her website,

What inspired you to write your first book?

I’m always inspired by an idea. I wrote many short stories before I attempted a novel, though.

What books have influenced your life the most?

To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, Anne of Green Gables series, Little House on the Prairie series, On the Beach by Neville Chute, Trixie... (more)

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Coping with Stress by author Elaine Seiler

By Novel Noise, published on May 11, 2012

We all experience stress at one time or another. I want to introduce you to a whole new way of perceiving and coping with everyday stress.

Let me introduce you to the world of energetics, the world of vibrations that make up everything in and around you. Neither your body, not your environment are solid; they are made of rapidly moving molecules, dancing through space so quickly that you can not see them. All of humankind has agreed to perceive these objects as solid; in truth they are not.

Let’s deal with stress from this energetic viewpoint

Winter is coming to an end…spring... (more)

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Jump Start Your Start-Up by author Thomas Waite

By Novel Noise, published on Apr 19, 2012

About Thomas Waite

Thomas Waite is an author, entrepreneur and consultant whose writings have appeared in such publications as the Harvard Business Review and The New York Times and he has been featured in a wide variety of media, including CNN Money and a number of cable news programs. As an entrepreneur, he founded and co-founded two companies, including one that was sold to an Internet firm. He has consulted to dozens of technology corporations and other companies, and serves on the Board of Directors of others. He was born in the seaside town of Ipswich, Massachusetts, where his... (more)

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