Books for Sale ???

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Many of my friends are published writers and artists.

One thing that they all say is;

“Keep your day job.”

I have a few friends who are NYTimes best sellers,

They say this too.

wow.

Being an artist or a writer is a Hard Dollar

and it is worth every moment according to them.

WE MUST SUPPORT

our friends who are putting their art out there.

I am compiling a list of fellow Bloggers with books and art for sale.

I know several of you have new books out

(Congratulations Vina and Louise!)

Who else???

I am going to post a list of all of you who are published and who have something to share with us.

Self published? E-Books? Tee Shirts? Art?

All of it.

It seems to me it is up to us to support the arts

and I figure it

all

starts

here.

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Please let me know if you would like to be included in my

BlogLand Sale list.

I will list links to your Blogs or websites or online sale sites.

If your book or work of art is available at shops

I will list those also.

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Think Globally; Shop Locally.

This Blog is Local, don’t you know?

Peace,  Jen

Let me know if you would like to be included.

I Hope to post next week.

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~ by Step On a Crack on April 27, 2012.

21 Responses to “Books for Sale ???”

  1. You are awesome!!!!!!!!!! love you, mel

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  2. Jen this post has me in tears. Thank you so much for your support and consideration and help. I have kept my day job and I will for a long time, but I’ve been writing for 15 years. I came really close with New York a few times but…not to be. so to get my book out there is more exciting than I can tell you. support is gratefully accepted and appreciated.

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    • Dear Louise,

      I am inspired by you and Vina and others who have taken their art and wisdom and words on the road. I will do everything I can to help get your book out there. I look forward to reading it myself!

      It is a Joy to Support you!

      XO Jen

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  3. What a grand idea! 😀

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    • Debbie!

      I love garage sales and I love book sales. THIS just is the only way I could figure out how to get the word out about all the COOL stuff our fellow Bloggers are doing. I want to Put Heidis Ebook here too….

      Think I should check with her first?

      XO Jen

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  4. Thanks Jen, I self-published my Wizard of Oz themed rock opera in poetry comedy fantasy form last month on Amazon Kindle. It contains the good and bad sides of alcohol consumption. Any publicity greatly appreciated. Its link is:

    http://www.amazon.com/Werewolf-Oz-Fantasy-Travel-ebook/dp/B007MACYP0/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1335600909&sr=1-1

    I had a thought yesterday that made me think of this blog: how proving you’re not addicted to something is not taking a timed break; it’s not partaking without a set return time. Don’t know if that’s obvious, and already a common principle?

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    • Perfect! Thank you, I will Happily include your book! What a Wild idea; I look forward to reading it!

      You bring up a VERY good point: addiction sobriety and Time. I know some people who, once sober or clean CAN NOT risk it again. I know others, myself being one, who have found that they can drink without causing a weird backward mayhem. (I can drink a glass of wine or _____and I choose not to. I do not like the way it makes me feel. I do not run for the bottle after a sip of wine. Cocaine on the other hand is 100% never going to happen again…) I think it might have a lot to do with genetics (just a hunch) AND on how much WORK you do on yourself outside of JUST quitting. I know a lot of Dry Drunks: sober folks with the exact same behaviors and tendencies that got them drinking in the first place.

      I tried quitting SO many times: 7 days will prove I am Ok, 3 months will prove I am OK, 6 months will prove I am ok….. That line of thinking was a trap for me. Truth is FOR ME that I had a TON of stuff I needed to work out BEFORE I could begin to stay sober and BE SANE. That is why I write alot about how the 12 steps did not SAVE me; the 12 steps and intense therapy and alternative medicine saved me. That whole Time Setting thing is just a game I was playing with myself: I am AOK. No. I wasn’t. I was able to show will power for 7 days, 30 days, 6 months…. THAT is totally different than BEING sober and clean.

      Did this address your thought? I am going to be heading back to the old coal mines and return to writing about Alcoholism in May. THIS is a great idea for a post! Thank You!
      Peace, Jen

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  5. Oops, sorry Jen, didn’t know the book cover would appear out of the link! Please delete if it’s too imposing. Thanks, Marc.

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  6. Hi Jen, you are very generous to share your platform for the service of others and their art. Thank you! I for one have my book launching on 20th May – 18 months of hard work, and I’m definitely keeping my day job! 🙂

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  7. What an absolutely awesome idea!! I love the global-thinking community ideas!

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  8. Please list my books:
    Walk With the Master (WalkWiththeMaster.com)
    Dance With the Divine (Amazon)
    Thanks!
    KathrynEriksen.wordpress.com

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  9. Aren’t you s-m-a-r-t. Fabulous idea!

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  10. Jen, you are a blessing! Thank you so much for thinking of me. Sorry for late response, but Im sure you’ve read why i havent been around much. Hugs!

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