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Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Join me FREE in Vegas!



If you're in Las Vegas.....join me this Friday!

One of my favorite money experts, Loral Langemeier, has given me a hand full of tickets for her Millionaire Makeover Tour and I'm so excited to share a few of these with you!


If you already know Loral Langemeier, you know how great these complimentary tickets are.


Click the link below to register - Did I mention  I have 2 free tickets set aside for you???


https://liveoutloud.infusionsoft.com/go/tboice



Millionaire Makeover Tour

November 2, 2012

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Bally's Las Vegas

3645 South Las Vegas Boulevard

Las Vegas, NV 89109


Loral is known as the "Millionaire Maker" and you may have seen her in "The Secret," on CNN or on the Dr. Phil Show. She's helped thousands, just like you, build their businesses like they never thought possible!


Loral is THE EXPERT on creating NEW Cash for your business, whether you're just getting started or are on course for a 7-figure status!


Here's just a peek at what Loral's going to share with you at the event.....




- What you can do RIGHT NOW to put more cash in your  pocket with what you already know!


- How you can develop a Millionaire Mindset.


- Where you can go to find prospects who will buy what you have to sell!



Claim your 2 complimentary tickets now!

https://liveoutloud.infusionsoft.com/go/tboice


Millionaire Makeover Tour

November 2, 2012

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Bally's Las Vegas

3645 South Las Vegas Boulevard

Las Vegas, NV 89109



Enjoy your tickets!







P.S. As this is a free event, seating is limited and will fill up fast - once they are full, they are FULL.


So make sure you take action TODAY and register!

https://liveoutloud.infusionsoft.com/go/tboice




















Let's be honest...Halloween is a weird American holiday!  The rest of the world celebrates something somewhat similar called Carnival.   Costumes are adorned and parties are plentiful.  So what makes Halloween different than Carnival? Well, for starters, we add the creepy, spooky element to the festivities.  Carnival usually occurs in the spring, while here in America, we often need coats or umbrellas to protect our costumes in the crisp fall when we celebrate.

Anciently, the Celts celebrated their new year during this time, marking the end of the warmer weather harvest and the beginning of the cold, approaching winter months.  They believed that on the night before the new year, the boundary between the worlds of the living and dead was blurred.  They also believed that as they surrounded a big bonfire, dressed in costumes, that they could predict the future, as well as protect themselves in the upcoming year against bad fortune.

In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1st as "All Saints Day", a day to honor all saints and martyrs, possibly as an attempt to veer Christians away from the Celtic pagan traditions.  The night before the holiday, October 31st, was known as "All Hallows' Eve" which eventually became more secular, including parades and sweet treats for the children.

Today, Halloween festivities involve community events, trick or treating, and an attempt to focus on the fun party atmosphere, rather than on the religious tones, although death and superstition are definitely still part of the mix.

Here are some Halloween words for my international friends who are trying to make sense of it all:

* apparition - an unusual or unexpected sight, a ghost

* macabre - grim, horrific, repulsive

* cackle - to laugh, especially in a harsh or sharp

manner

* Jack-o'-lantern - a lantern made of the rind of a

pumpkin in which holes are cut to represent eyes,

nose, and mouth

* poltergeist - a noisy, mischievous ghost

* bloodcurdling - arousing fright or horror

* ghastly - terrifyingly horrible to the senses

If you're a fan of my books, then you can probably guess that I'll never write a spooky fiction novel, using any of those words!  My kids think I'm a dork because I refuse to decorate my home with creepy decor.  Instead, my Halloween decorations consist of happy harvest and smiling pumpkins.

Whether you like getting scared or not, have fun out there this year!  Wear a costume, share treats, create your own fun traditions, and be safe!   Happy Halloween!

Sunday, October 28, 2012

How to Join the Ebook World in One Easy Step

                                                 by Trina Boice
                                           www.TrinaBoice.com 


Think ebooks are just for wannabe authors who couldn't get published by  a "real" publishing house in the big leagues?  Think again!

Acclaimed writer Lawrence Grobel has jumped into the e-book world with both feet, launching 11 books on Amazon.com. 2 Hollywood novels (Catch a Fallen Star; Begin Again Finnegan); a collection of his magazine profiles (ICONS); a yoga satire (The Book of Shmoga); 152 poems about the famous (Celebrity Salad); a memoir that reveals what happened behind the scenes with Streisand and Brando (You Show Me Yours); his definitive biography of The Hustons; and his 3 best-selling Conversation books with Truman Capote, Marlon Brando, and James A. Michener.

Amazon now sells more ebooks than hard-copy books in print!  Adding your ebook to the cyber library is easier than you think.   Set up an account at www.kdp.amazon.com    Simply follow the steps online and your ebook will be on Amazon's bookshelf in no time at all!

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Calling all serious authors

Once you've gone to all the trouble of writing a book…




It just makes sense to put in the little extra effort it takes to make it a bestseller. In fact…

It's almost ESSENTIAL for anyone hoping to turn their book, their message, into a solid income-producing career of coaching, public speaking, and further publishing success.

You see … a book, by itself, is not a business.

But when you can add “best-selling author” to your resume, you throw open the doors of possibility.

The trouble is:

Most authors have no clue how to do it!
But Peggy McColl sure does.

And on Monday, October 30th at 3pm ET you can join Peggy as she explains not only how to make YOUR book a bestseller (whether you’ve written it yet, or not) … but also how to use your new bestseller status as a springboard for spreading your message through speaking engagements, coaching programs, and more.

…and hopefully make a VERY comfortable living from it, too! (As she does.)

If you'd like to see how it's done, simply use the following link to visit the registration page. (Yes, you do need to register even though it's free because attendance is limited.)

http://www.1shoppingcart.com/app/?Clk=4867932

You'll also find more details on this event there, too.

Trina

P.S. – This special online training event is for ALL authors who are serious about doing more than merely “write a book”. If you too would like to become a “bestselling author” and leverage that success into a full-blown, high-paying career…

Then this definitely is for you! Please act quickly so you won’t miss out – use the link below to register today:

http://www.1shoppingcart.com/app/?Clk=4867932

Saturday, October 13, 2012

iWriteNetwork sponsors a free online workshop for writers!

                                                 by Trina Boice
                                                www.TrinaBoice.com 




I love it when you can attend workshops in your pajamas!   Check out this informative list of presentations that will be offered this month online:


Fall on the Ning

Saturday, October 20th, 2012

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join us for Fall on the Ning—a free online writers conference sponsored by iWriteNetwork.



9:00 - Tristi Pinkston will walk you through some of the basic steps of editing your first draft—identifying and filling up holes, strengthening character motivations, and of course, those dreaded typos. Be prepared to take lots of notes, and have your first draft handy!


10:00 - Canda Mortensen will lead the discussion for the "Brush Strokes" class which will focus on 5 techniques by Harry Noden for improving the action, emotion, and style of sentences. Come prepared to rework and share sentences in your current work in progress. This type of revision works best with important scenes. Identify key sentences to rework during the class.


11:00 – Deanna Henderson will teach you to use Animoto, a program you can use to make short book trailers, create contest advertising, or just for fun. For our purposes, we’ll be making a book trailer, even if you aren't done with the book. Come with a few images downloaded to your computer that relate and that you want to use.


Be sure to sign up for the Ning at http://iwritenetworkning.ning.com/ ahead of time so you can join us for this fantastic event!