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  • Sinkronigo publishing

    Publisher since April 23th, 2015 from Barcelona, Spain Reviews 0 Discussions 1
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    We create electronic books enhanced with their human narration. Each word in the text gets highlighted as it is spoken. Our eBooks allow for a multi-sensorial experience, where the reader gets inmersed into the story. Also, if you are reading a book in a language...
    Books: 27 - view all
  • Mark Williams

    Author since March 14th, 2015 from Bedford, United Kingdom Reviews 0 Discussions 0
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    Mark Williams is an international best-selling author and British ex-pat living bemneath picture-postcard skies in The Gambia, West Africa.   He is author of the books Sugar & Spice and Anca's Story, published under the name Saffina Desforges.   Co-author...
    Books: 8 - view all
  • Monika Pacyfka Tichy

    Author since February 21th, 2015 from Poland Reviews 13 Discussions 30
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    I am... woman, lover, life passionate, motorcyclist, traveler, journalist, reader, writer
    Books: 4 - view all
  • Greg Scott

    Publisher since December 19th, 2014 from Poland Reviews 0 Discussions 0
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    Greg and Fiona Scott specialize in helping individuals who want to establish or enhance their online business to get comfortable with technology and marketing. Fiona was a Chartered Accountant for 22 years so understands business and Greg’s background is in web...
    Books: 1 - view all
  • Tara Joyce

    Author since March 24th, 2015 from Toronto, Canada Reviews 0 Discussions 0
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    Tara Joyce is a writer, entrepreneur, and designer best known for her smile and for her Forbes-recognized blog, Rise of the Innerpreneur. In 2009, focused on building her new business responsibly, she found herself exploring the meaning of value and her adventure...
    Books: 1 - view all
  • Graham Masterton

    Author since November 16th, 2015 from Tadworth, Surrey, United Kingdom Reviews 0 Discussions 33
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    A former editor of Penthouse magazine, Graham Masterton turned to horror fiction with "The Manitou" in 1976, which sold 1/2 million copies in 6 months and was filmed with Tony Curtis playing the lerad role. "The Manitou" was also then first Western horror novel to...
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  • Mike Vardy

    Author since January 19th, 2015 from Victoria, Canada Reviews 0 Discussions 0
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    I'm a writer, productivity strategist, and the founder of Productivityist, a company designed to help people stop “doing” productive and start “being” productive. I've served as the Managing Editor at Lifehack, and contributed articles on productivity to 99u,...
    Books: 2 - view all
  • Gillian Elcock

    Publisher since December 19th, 2014 from Poland Reviews 0 Discussions 0
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    Gillian Elcock has worked as an equity research analyst for several years at respected asset management companies in the U.S. and the UK, including Putnam Investments and Insight Investment. She started her career as a management consultant at The Boston Consulting...
    Books: 1 - view all
  • Trisha M. Wilson

    Author since December 17th, 2014 from Wisconsin Reviews 0 Discussions 1
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    Trisha M. Wilson lives in Wisconsin. With a degree in History and minors in Math and Business Administration, Ms. Wilson still has no idea what she wants to do with her life. When not regularly contributing on Colbyjack.net, she leads the life of a happy hermit with...
    Books: 27 - view all
  • Katherine Lampe

    Author since May 22th, 2015 from Paonia, Colorado Reviews 0 Discussions 0
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    Katherine Lampe is a Geek, Iconoclast, and author of the Caitlin Ross Adventures, an Urban Fantasy series set in Colorado. A book reviewer for Witches and Pagans Magazine, she writes with a distinctly Pagan world view and an interest in countering stereotypes of...
    Books: 6 - view all
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