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March 10, 2008: Harriet Tubman Day, Premium Salads Day, Literary Propaganda Day, National Healthy Office Day

Details on these days and 18,500 others! can be found in
John Kremer's Celebrate Today Special Events Data Files.

In this issue . . .
-- Upcoming free teleseminars
-- Library Thing social network
-- Shvoong knowledge-sharing network
-- The Dylan Thomas Prize
-- Trash-Proof News Releases

Upcoming teleseminars
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Here are a few free teleseminars coming up this week that you might find interesting:

Arielle Ford Interviews John Kremer -- Tuesday, March 11th, 5:00 p.m. Pacific, 8:00 p.m. Eastern. Click on the link below to sign up:
http://www.everythingyoushouldknow.com/recommends/JohnKremer.

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Corey Burkes of IndepthYOU Internet radio show interviews John Kremer -- Wednesday, March 19th, at 7:00 p.m. Eastern Time. If you want to listen in, call 646-378-1277.

The IndepthYOU show has recently started what The Library of Success. They post the cover of a recently released or currently available book with description, publisher and where to purchase plus 30-days of continuous promotion on the IndepthYOU show for $2.00.

Library Thing social network
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Library Thing: http://www.librarything.com Users share the books and book lists they love. More users than Shelfari and more flexible (according to one user). Now offering galley copies to users who will write a review for the website. Their Library Thing Local lists bookstores, libraries, and book festivals including author appearances, events, and signings at these venues. Authors and publishers are invited to add event listings. You can also encourage your fans to join and write about you and your book.

Shvoong knowledge-sharing network
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Shvoong: http://www.shvoong.com Post abstracts or summaries of any published book or academic article. You'll earn royalties according to how popular and recognized your summaries become. 150,000 members. Why not post a summary of your book!

The Dylan Thomas Prize
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The Dylan Thomas Prize is now looking for nominations for the 2008 award. The 60,000 prize is awarded to the best book in English (novel, poetry, or short stories) published by an author under 30. In 2006, Rachel Trezise won for her collection of short stories, Fresh Apples.

For more info, contact the Dylan Thomas Prize, Tim Prosser, CEO; 44-1792-474051 or 44-7968-854435. Email: tim@dylanthomasprize.com. Web: http://www.dylanthomasprize.com.

The Prize aims to encourage, promote and reward exciting new writing in the English speaking world in commemoration of the life and work of Dylan Thomas. Entrants should be the author of a published book (in English), under the age of 30, writing within one of the following categories: poetry, novel, collection of short stories by one author, play that has been professionally performed, a broadcast radio play, a professionally produced screenplay that has resulted in a feature-length film. Authors need to be nominated by their publishers or producers (in the case of performance art). To be eligible a literary work must have been commercially published, for the first time in the English language between 27th April 2006 and 30th April 2008.

Trash-Proof News Releases
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Paul Krupin of Direct Contact PR is now offering a free download of his classic Trash-Proof News Releases ebook. You can get it here:
http://www.directcontactpr.com/free-ebook.

Of course, you can also find it on my Free Books for All website:
http://www.freebooksforall.com/business.htm.

Another Seattle P-I Blog
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Elizabeth Appell, author of Lessons from the Gypsy Camp novel, is now writing a weekly blog at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer website called Straddling Life.

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The true measure of a man is how he treats someone who can
do him absolutely no good. Ann Landers, advice columnist

More great quotes at http://www.quotablebooks.com


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