Mirror, Mirror at 1600 D.C. by Edward Galluzzi

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Mirror, Mirror at 1600 D.C.

IBP is releasing author Edward Galluzzi’s cinematic book trailer for his book ‘Mirror, Mirror at 1600 D.C.’

Join the event here https://www.facebook.com/events/1725960457676012/

Watch the trailer here https://youtu.be/CNixa-Jd02Y

The 5-star rated ‘Mirror, Mirror at 1600 D.C.’ book now ranks #11,406,008 in the overall Amazon best sellers category. The categorical rankings are as follow:

#17204 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Political
#24460 in Books > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers & Suspense > Spies & Politics > Espionage
#268475 in Books > Literature & Fiction > Contemporary

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Book blurb:

Under any circumstances, the role of the President of the United States is arduous and replete with challenges. The enduring patriarchy of presidents had ended with the first woman elected to this high office in America. This pioneering leader is delighting her supporters and readily converting her critics when she is kidnapped suddenly. But by whom? And for what reason? The unfolding plot is a matter of survival…not only personal survival, but also hanging in the balance is the endurance of the Presidency and the privilege of democracy in America. It will take a very special agent to expose this sinister plot. But whatever the costs, the President must be recovered . . . dead or alive.

https://www.amazon.com/Mirror-at-1600-D-C/dp/1594536260

Check out http://www.galluzzibooks.com/works.html to learn more about the author.

Featured Author: Jaro Berce for IBP’s Book Trailer Release Party

International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google +

We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!

The next author we’d like to feature is Jaro Berce.

Jaro Berce is an expert in the fields of natural and social sciences, management and entrepreneurship. He advises at the private and public sectors. Due to the visionary leadership and communication skills can create and direct a team of highly experienced individuals in the harmony of excellence. He is characterized by a number of achievements in the field of strategic solutions in terms of cost-effectiveness, including in international companies.

Jaro Berce is a lecturer at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana and was a member of the Supervisory Board of Telekom Slovenia d.d. Participated and set up of various companies, being a visited professor at Xi’an Technological University in China … and thus always complement research and practice.

Amazon site:

http://www.amazon.com/LEADERSHIP-VIRTUE-philosophy-leadership-background/dp/1466965088/ref=tmm_hrd_title_0?ie=UTF8&qid=1360561871&sr=1-1

Message to Joseph Pierre:

Dear Joseph Pierre, racism is in different forms and shapes. But always unacceptable. Fighting it is hard as we all are bind to our “cultural background noise” of the environment, parents, friends and more. It frames our human behavior – the one we are brought to and which normally influences, mentally and subconsciously, our values, ethics and morals. A cultural background noise may be blocking your vision on others’ cultural issues. In multicultural environment it is not enough “to listen” but it is vital “to hear”.

Therefore, to fight racism one has to get out of his cultural background noise. How to surpass this? Learning, traveling, meeting different people or cultures with open mind gives you a basis to start changing yourself.

Joseph, I sincerely wish you on your path to consider openness and differences as key elements to fight racism.

Please join us in this event to win great books and to get to know great authors! 🙂

Featured Author: Kelly Riser for IBP’s Book Trailer Release Party

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International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google +

We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!

The next author we’d like to feature is Kelly Riser.

JKelly Risser knew at a young age what she wanted to be when she grew up. Unfortunately, Fairytale Princess was not a lucrative career. Leaving the castle and wand behind, she entered the world of creative business writing where she worked in advertising, marketing, and training at various companies. Currently, she works full time as an eLearning Instructional Designer, fitting her creative writing into the evenings and weekends.

She’s often found lamenting, “It’s hard to write when there are so many good books to read!” So, when she’s not immersed in the middle of someone else’s fantasy world, she’s busy creating one of her own. This world is introduced in her first novel, Never Forgotten, and visited further in her second novel, Current Impressions. The third and final book in Meara’s story, Always Remembered, releases on May 19, 2015.

Kelly lives in Wisconsin with her husband and two children. They share their home with Clyde the Whoodle and a school of fish. Visit Kelly at http://www.KellyRisser.com.

Amazon site. http://www.amazon.com/Kelly-Risser/e/B00KOQY9SY/

Message to Joseph Pierre:

Joseph, your message is so positive. I hope its reach is far and wide. It is time that we look at each other and see “human” – regardless of skin color, language, political views, religious views, disabilities, etc. and realize all humans deserve our respect, if not our love. The world has become so much smaller because of technology and social media, and yet, social gaps are as wide as ever.

I have hope when I look at my children, and I know that they don’t see others as inferior or superior. They see all humans as equals. I have hope that, with time, even those who were raised to hate can learn to let go of it, to allow themselves to heal, and see those who are different from them as what they are: different, but equal in all ways.

Congratulations on your book. My best to you!

Please join us in this event to win great books and to get to know great authors! 🙂

Featured Author:Viv Drewa for IBP’s Book Trailer Release Party

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International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google +

We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!

The next author we’d like to feature is Viv Drewa

Viv Drewa is a Michigan native who has enjoyed reading and writing since 1963. Though she studied medicinal chemistry at the University of Michigan her passion has always been writing.

She had been awarded third place for her nonfiction short story about her grandfather’s escape from Poland. Later, she rewrote this story and was published in the “Polish American Journal” as “”From the Pages of Grandfather’s Life” and has republished it on Amazon.com as a short story.

Viv took creative and journalism courses to help in her transition to fulfill her dream of becoming a writer. She worked as an intern for Port Huron’s ‘The Times Herald”, and also wrote, edited and did the layout or the Blue Water Multiple Sclerosis newsletter “Thumb Prints.”

Viv, her husband Bob and their cat Princess, live in Fort Gratiot, Michigan. Viv also writes several blogs.

Amazon site: http://www.amazon.com/Viv-Drewa/e/B00J1PTJ20

Message to Joseph Pierre:

Hello, Joseph, thank you for letting me participate in this wonderful cause. I keep hoping this world would just see people as people, not black, white, red, or yellow. I have a story to tell you: I grew up in Detroit and worked at Henry Ford Hospital for 25 years. Many different peoples worked there and it was wonderful. Yes, there were problems at times but I loved it. My husband decided to move up north and I had gotten a job in a nearby hospital, I don’t want to say where for obvious reasons. Things were so different there. They did have peoples from other countries but there were no African-American people, and I never felt so out of place! Mind you, I’m Polish American but the lack of these wonderful people made me feel so out-of-place. I truly understand how African American people feel when they’re in this situation. It would be such a blessing to have us all just be people. From not hiring certain races to mistreating them, I want it to stop.

Please join us in this event to win great books and to get to know great authors! 🙂

Featured Author:Jennifer Priester for IBP’s Book Trailer Release Party

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International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google +

We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!

The first author we’d like to feature is Jennifer Priester.

Jennifer Priester is an author and an artist. She loves animals and has adopted most of hers from rescue centers. She also enjoys taking her dog for bike rides, horseback riding, reading, listening to music, watching TV and movies, and playing video game.

Jennifer has written over 200 stories in the areas of animals, the relationships between humans and animals, magic, superheroes and more. Her first published works include the first three books in her uniquely written Mortal Realm Witch Series which focuses on a witch whose biggest dream is to end prejudice between witches and mortals. None of the books in the first half of her series need to be read in order, however there is an ongoing storyline. If you want to read how the characters develop over time, Jennifer recommends that readers begin with Book One, but if you want to jump right into the action, begin with Book Three, then read Books One and Two later as back stories.

Besides the second half of her series, Jennifer has many other works in progress. You can find the full list on her website, www.jenniferpriester.com and learn more about the Mortal Realm Witch Series atwww.mortalrealmwitch.com.

Amazon site: http://www.amazon.com/Jennifer-Priester/e/B00AOFPVLO/

Message to Joseph Pierre: Thanks for allowing me to join you. As someone that loves good hearted witches, and even writes about them, I have been judged plenty. Not long ago I felt I had a choice to make when I was told I had to hate witches due to my religion, however I simply couldn’t  hate anyone with a good heart. It was these same witches that taught me to get to know people before judging them. That fact, and my experience, led me to discover my view in life. Everyone and everything is individual. I’m not going to judge anyone by what they are or what abilities they might have, but by who they are. Whether human, animal, or even a fictional character, everyone should be judged by their hearts. To me this is really the most important thing.

Please join us in this event to win great books and to get to know great authors! 🙂

Featured Author:Coleman Weeks for IBP’s Book Trailer Release Party

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Coleman Weeks

International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google + 

We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!

The first author we’d like to feature is Coleman Weeks.

Coleman Weeks is an ardent Indie Author, featuring several genre including Fiction Inspirational, Mystery and soon to be published Fictional children’s “Garden Games” and two fictional Histories, an American History “Crackertails” and an under construction effort in an International history “Jungle Heat”. Coleman also dabbles in Non-Fiction Inspirational in the published novel and guide “How do We Feed the World’s Starving?”.
https://www.amazon.com/author/colemanweeks

http://about.me/coleman.weeks.9

Coleman will be providing “Corkscrew Catastrophie”  http://www.amazon.com/Corkscrew-Catastrophe-Coleman-Weeks-ebook/dp/B00H3RF378/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8  in digital format free from April 10th-18th to celebrate Joseph’s work.
 A message from Coleman to Joseph:
Joseph,
             thank you for the opportunity to celebrate your enlightening perspective on racism.
 Racism and all forms of intolerance humanity subjects one another to is  the vehicle hate
spreads it’s poison with. Until Humanity learns to nourish and protect each other suffering 
will dominate our lives instead of joy. The problems on the other side of the planet quickly
becomes our own, one way or another we will learn. 
Please join us in this event to win great books and to get to know great authors! 🙂
Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre

IBP’s Book Trailer: Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre

International Book Promotion is launching the cinematic book trailer for Author Joseph Pierre’s book, “Life Experience of A Black Man by Joseph Pierre” on Facebook and Google + 

If you’d like to feature your books on this event, contact us via this page or reply to this email.

International Book Promotion is honoured to introduce another author who has published a non-fiction book in the year 2014. Life Experience of a Self-Respecting Black Man by Joseph Pierre will enlighten you with a man’s life story that brings you to walk a different path of life. We are releasing the cinematic book trailer for this book in April.

We will host a series of fun-filled activities and guest authors will also be participating in this event. Invite your friends who to this event and stand a chance to win exciting prices!

Joseph Pierre believes racism is being misinterpreted in America. Those whites who had suffered emotionally and psychologically to say no to slavery, segregation , racism, must be recognized and echoed in America. Those whites who had been humiliated, brutalized, and killed due to injustices to blacks must be known to our communities. Being in poverty is not an excuse to get involved in illegal activities. But it is a motivation to become a successful man or a woman in life. Regardless of my deplorable poverty condition, my dignity is first.

The book is now available on Amazon and other online stores.

Blurb:

“The United States of America, the land of young J Pierre’s dreams. A country he believed that would change his life entirely; a place where he could rejoice forever. Packed with high hopes and loaded with ambition and optimism, he migrated to this place he considers Paradise. However, not too long after he sets foot in this country, he was forced to face reality and deal with the unexpected. J Pierre narrates his story of the challenges he has encountered in this foreign land; the bouts he has with law enforcers, and the people who deemed to torment him because of the mere color of his skin. As he was confronted with these issues, J Pierre proves that nothing can change his principles and ideals; that an understanding of the human nature can help make things better. As he recounts his real life experiences in this country, J Pierre will make you see what he has come to understand about people, regardless of the color of our skin, and how such misconceptions can be resolved.”

I look forward to hearing from you and hope to see you around in this event.
Best regards,
Jasveena
Founder of IBP

Mimi Says: “Cinematic Book Trailers That Are Super Cheap and Super Good”

We were hosting two book trailer release events on Facebook for two wonderful authors. Author Kelli Sue Landon has just published her fifth novel, a sequel to the Summer Shack novel by the title of “The Henderson Harbor Killings”. Author Mimi Barbour had requested us to design a cinematic book trailer for The Vegas Series box set.

We are so happy that both events went really good. Congratulations to the winners too! Mimi has shared her experience working with us on her blog and we were so thrilled and delighted to read it. It’s probably one of the best ways to endorse a service to someone else. We thought that you might want to know what she is thinking about her new trailer.

I waited impatiently to see the outcome and again, I was pleasantly surprised. Not only did they create a lovely trailer, they threw me a release party on Facebook and invited their two thousand plus friends. How nice!

Read the rest of the article on her official blog where she has explained about how she got to know us and some of the processes involved in getting a book trailer done!

Who’s Killing The Students? Where Are The Teachers Gone Missing?

Who's Killing The Students? Where Are The Teachers Gone Missing?

We are so EXCITED to release the next book trailer for author Kelli Landon .We are welcoming everyone to join this book trailer release event and win exciting prizes and book giveaways!

Blurb:

Holly Jenson is a senior at Madison High School. She’s also a new student and nervous about fitting in. The senior class camping trip is coming up and with her new friend, Mindy, and her crush, Matt going, she hopes to have a good time. The school holds this camping trip every year to teach students about surviving without modern technology. Cell phones, computers, Ipods, and any other electronic devices are not allowed.

At first, Holly fears that the trip will be a disaster with the popular kids being forced to share their cabins and interact with ones who they’ve bullied. But, then things get worse when the phones stop working and people start to disappear one by one. Holly, along with Mindy and Matt, start to realize that a killer is among the group.

They have spooky campfire stories over roasted marshmallows and hiking trips when students start to disappear. Everyone is ordered to stay in their cabins by the teachers who look after them, but then they go missing too.

Holly, along with Matt and Mindy, hatch a plan to go along with the Saturday Night dance which was planned from the beginning, for the students to attend on their last night there. If they are all in the same place, they feel that the killer would be easy to catch. But, things don’t go as planned and Holly figures out who the killer is before it’s revealed. The other students doubt her, but could she be right? As they try to hang on to their last breath, they do their best to take the killer down. That is, if they live long enough.

Link to buy book:
http://www.amazon.com/Nightmare-Camp-Forrestwood-Young-Whodunit/dp/1432770861/ref=la_B004AVSSLS_1_2/176-2828502-9394638?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1401108096&sr=1-2

http://www.amazon.com/Kelli-Sue-Landon/e/B004AVSSLS
http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/11504763-nightmare-at-camp-forrestwood

An Exclusive Interview With Kelli Sue Landon

An Exclusive Interview With Kelli Sue Landon

Describe yourself in five words – Independent, quiet, impatient, happy, committed

What fact about yourself would really surprise people? I had a job once as a church secretary.

How do you work through self-doubts and fear? Drink alcohol.

What scares you the most? Never being able to drive a vehicle again.

What makes you happiest? Finishing a novel.

Why do you write? I get excited when I get a new idea I think would work.

Have you always enjoyed writing? Yes.

What motivates you to write? When I write a chapter or scene, I email it to a couple of retirees that I know from the post office. They love to read and have more free time. After they read something, they email me back, saying how great it was and how involved they are in the plot. It is the biggest motivator, because I feel that I have got to continue the story and see what they think about it.

What writing are you most proud of? .My time travel novel, now in production. It’s the most original idea I have ever gotten.

What are you most proud of in your personal life? My happy marriage.

What books did you love growing up? Mary Higgins Clark mysteries

What do you hope your obituary will say about you? Local Author with the number of novels I had published.

Location and life experiences can really influence writing, tell us where you grew up and where you now live? We moved a few times – Peoria, Illinois but in different areas. My mom and dad were split and they both moved a couple of times, putting us in four or five houses between them. I went from a neighborhood with other kids, riding my bicycle up and down the road to moving out in the country, secluded with no neighbors, and on a highway, so riding my bike was out of the question.

How did you develop your writing? Started with short stories as a teen, just messing around when I was bored, then longer stories as I got into my twenties and finally, a full length novel at the age of 40.

What is hardest – getting published, writing or marketing? Marketing, because it’s hard to be known.

What marketing works for you? Having my books available everywhere, ebook, internet, book stores, libraries etc.

Is your family supportive? Do your friends support you? My friends definitely do. They love reading what I write as I’m writing it. My family tends to just be hush up about it. Maybe they don’t like what I write, because they feel they are part of the characters, or they are surprised by the content of my stories (language, violence, etc).

What else do you do, other than write? I work as a clerk for the U.S. Postal Service and work out regularly at a local health and recreation club.

What other jobs have you had in your life? Mostly office work – Kelly Temporary Services sent me all over Peoria. I also worked as a secretary/receptionist at a church and I was a data entry clerk at Bard Optical in Peoria before starting at the post office over twenty years ago.

If you could study any subject at university what would you pick? Journalism or multi-media.

If you could live anywhere in the world where would it be? Orange County, California

Tell us about your family? My family is mostly split – my parents divorced way back before I remember and I have an older brother and an older sister who are 7-8 years my senior. I have two sweet nieces from my brother and I’ve been married for six years.

How do you write – lap top, pen, paper, in bed, at a desk? lap top or computer, because I am a fast typist. I only write on paper when I am at work and have to jot down ideas or plot points.

How much sleep do you need to be your best? .6-8 hours.

Is there anyone you’d like to acknowledge and thank for their support? Yes! Kathy Orten, Laurie Smith and Tanya Olds – three retirees who have shown me the most support a local author could ever have! From making signs to reading my manuscripts, I would not be where I am today if not for these ladies.

Every writer has their own idea of what a successful career in writing is, what does success in writing look like to you? Being known all over.

It is vital to get exposure and target the right readers for your writing, tell us about your marketing campaign? The right readers are hard to target, because I have many of all ages. I advertise mostly on the internet, because I have tried newspaper ads and book signings and neither have worked. Book trailers, Twitter and Facebook and my own website have been my main marketing, except for what my publishers have done.

Tell us about your new book? Why did you write it? Summer Shack was a book that I basically started just for fun. It’s a throwback to the different types of short stories I wrote as a teen. It’s predecessor, Nightmare At Camp Forrestwood, was also a throwback. I did not expect to publish Summer Shack. It was just going to be for fun, but then as I wrote and had my friends read what I had written, they ended up loving the characters.

When you are not writing, how do you like to relax? With a glass of wine and the shows I DVR (Bates Motel, Dateline and 48 Hours Mystery).

What do you hope people will take away from your writing? How will your words make them feel?
I want my stories to grab them and give them a jolt near the ending.

Thank you Kelli for your exciting answers! It’s a pleasure reading your interview. To all those reading this post, feel free to join our book trailer release event here https://www.facebook.com/events/313025572187912/?ref=3&ref_newsfeed_story_type=regular