Although I didn’t attend the fair I did watch on Cspan tv which is book tv for those who don’t know. I watched one panel and then caught the second panel. The panel I watched was on the issue of religion in society and how the writers perceived it. I thought it was interesting. Check … More 2013 Harlem Book Fair and Other Events
Then you may want to read this article. It is written by Misty Evans. The title of the article is: Merging Traditional and Indie Publishing. Here is the link to the article: http://novelspot.net/node/5294. Specifically, I like this part: In my opinion, today’s publishing shell game offers authors the best of both worlds. You decide who … More Questioning the Use of Traditional Publishers versus Indie, Self Publishers?
Hey guys check out Writers Relief on http://www.writersrelief.com and look at the article that deals with whether you want to reconsider self publishing. It is a test that you take while reading the article.
Media Kit The Struggles and battles that we face are real/ most don’t understand you and the things you feel /but through words you can definitely be inspired/ words can make you have a different outlook of life and that’s what I admire/there are times when our problems are more at their highs then the … More Media Kit for Shaqana Jackson
HELLO FELLOW READERS AND WRITERS. I BRING TO YOU WHAT I HOPE YOU WILL ENJOY AS A TREAT. A NEW WRITER WHO HAS BEEN AROUND WORKING ON HER NOVELS AND WHO IS NOW READY FOR HER FIRST VIRTUAL BOOK TOUR. HER NAME IS SHAQUANA JACKSON. AND HER NOVEL IS UNDERNEATH THE TRUTH THERE LIES A … More Virtual Book Tour for Author Shaquana Jackson
Hey guys. I am re-opening my webpage. Hopefully you will see some good things coming out of here. First some housekeeping. Remember about the comments. Policy still stands. I will repeat it for you: Here are some rules for you to follow: Please refrain from any and all sexually explicit comments and/or pictures for this … More I’m Back!
I have always read romances. But then I decided I should experience what I had only read about. Got involved, lost my sense of who I was and then got back to basics. While I was doing that I had decided that I wanted to write. And what did I want to write? Mystery. Why … More Identify Your Genre