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Sylvanor – The Secret of Under Hollow by Eric J. Weisser Virtual Book Tour

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Self-Publishing News for Self Publishing Authors

As an author in this economy, you have to come up with creative ways to market a self-published book. While book tours are a great way to connect with your readers, they aren’t the most affordable method of promotion. However, technology has made it possible for an alternative.

Take note from self-publishing Outskirts Press author, Eric J. Weisser, who is taking his latest book, Sylvanor – The Secret of Under Hollow, on tour – a virtual book tour, that is. He will be featured on several blogs over the weeks and months ahead so keep your eyes peeled to learn more about him and his book.

Luckily for us, Eric was kind enough to answer a few questions as the tour was getting started so that we can give you a sneak peek into the mind of the creator of Sylvanor – The Secret of Under Hollow.

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Cold Dream

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In my perfect world,
a fairytale ending sounds just about right.
In my perfect dream,
I wanted you to be my prince charming.

When I float off to wonderland,
I get so, so, so excited.
Being longing with lust all day to make
you my main theme park attraction

but in my beautiful, amazing dream,
you stand cold and disconnected,
playing a mean, painful game of
hide & seek behind the shadows.

Even with my best focus lens on,
I can’t bring you back into my perspective.
There’s no placing you where you don’t belong.

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Robin Williams and Me: The Killer Among Us.

Robin Williams  Person    Giant BombWhy Robin Williams?

I’m not a fan of celebrity worship, nor do I feel especially comfortable perhaps taking advantage of human suffering and loss by writing about a total stranger’s suicide.  That said, Robin’s suicide disturbs me. It touches a sore nerve, it hurts. He seemed a safe, reliable positive out there in the world, a source of joy and humor and, well, life. He was fine as far as I knew, just fine, then BAM!: dead. It’s shocking, saddening, makes the world seem less safe, less reliable.

Why me?

Clearly there is no “Robin Williams and me”, no relationship beyond talented performer and fan. I use the phrase in another sense. Why does his death hit me harder than most? What does it mean?

Events’ meaning partially come from our reactions to them, our responses. Like so many, I have thought over Robin’s many fine performances, the incredible eruption of intelligent banter he could produce like no other, the sensitivity and deep humanity of his calmer roles.

Still, my personal response centers on Robin the man, suffering from mental illness badly enough that he saw no escape but death. Like so many others, a man with friends, family and a life well worthy of living, I imagine a happy man much of the time because such is so common with depression. Like so many others, I imagine a man who seemed fine at one point, disappeared from view a bit without attracting concern, then dead. Just like that. Dead

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I’m the Oldschool Harlequin! Also known as Jack. I promote madness, chaos and silliness in all its forms! Isn’t that great?! I mean, who doesn’t want to be insane at least once in their life?!

I’m something of a nerd, a gamer, a writer, a poet, a troll and a maniac all in a neat little 5’4 package of British awesomeness (Or not?). I’m going to use this page to post some of my writing, my random ramblings and maybe some photos if you’re unlucky.


This blog is a haven for my creativity. A place to truly and finally be myself.  It’s my insane asylum, my happy place, my straitjacket.

I write of things both nightmarish and wondrous. I write of things that can mesmerize and traumatize. I write of things both good and evil. I write of the things in my mind, the outlandish realm that resides in my head. The land shifts and warps at every moment of the day, revealing further horrors and oddities. You never know what i could unleash one day from the next.

Say hi if you want. But bring a cheese sandwich! I love those!

Have a crazy day!



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Just a little fact about me, My name is Steven and I live in the New York area. As you look through my blog, you will find all of the content is music related. I will be covering a lot of underground music because that type of music is not really heard in the mainstream media. I will also cover some mainstream news of music. Furthermore, album reviews, links, youtube videos, etc will be available on here. Feel free to always comment on my blog (:

Justin Bieber: The Highest Earning Celebrity Under Age 30


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During a 12 month span, pop singer Justin Bieber earned an estimated $80 million, according to Forbes.  It is rumored as well that Bieber is working on a new album.

Welcome to a New Friend …. The Road To Jericho

The Numbers Game ….

Recently, I ran across a question that caught my attention. The question? I believe, required an immediate response. The question was posed by what I believe was somewhat apprehensive older person contemplating the pros and cons how to best to appease ones urge or need to write: ( visa-vie) as a means to have his or her’s voice heard.

The question, was am I too old to write a book?

The answer of course, was a resounding no!

Not only with respect to writing, but also, in any field of endeavor one chooses to pursue; regardless of age. Assuming of course, that their aren’t any physical issues that could potentially limit one from pursuing his or hers goals and dreams.

As far as I’m concerned, age … has no (direct or indirect) bearing on one’s personal life experiences. And in essence, is a (non-factor) in the overall scheme of things.

What comes to mind is the story of Moses. He was 80 years old, when the angel of Yahweh, suddenly appeared to him from the midst of the bush. Prior to that life-changing experience, he spent the second forty years of his life as a shepherd, tending his father in-law’s sheep. The first forty years of his life, were spent living as prince; in the home of Ramses II, of the 18th Dynasty. He was raised as Ramses grandson, and considered the heir apparent to the throne. He fled egypt, after killing a man in defense of his brother Aaron, and remained a fugitive for forty years. The appearance of the angel, became a game changer, and as the the story goes on to show, the rest of his story became history.

Footnote: The purpose of this blog post, is not to give a lesson in Hebrew history, or Theology. The subject matter as presented, stands on it’s own merits. The facts, associated with this train of thought, are undeniable.

There’s not a Biblical Scholar – Theologian- or Archaeologist on earth; that with any degree of certainty,  can successfully refute this.

Be cool … keep your wits about you; and above all, be at peace with yourselves.

Enjoy your weekend.

I’ll be in touch,

Sherman L. Bailey

The Road to Jericho ....

Recently, I ran across a question that caught my attention. The question? I believe, required an immediate response. The question was posed by what I believe was somewhat apprehensive older person contemplating the pros and cons how to best to appease ones urge or need to write: ( visa-vie) as a means to have his or her’s voice heard.

The question, was am I too old to write a book?

The answer of course, was a resounding no!

Not only with respect to writing, but also, in any field of endeavor one chooses to pursue; regardless of age. Assuming of course, that their aren’t any physical issues that could potentially limit one from pursuing his or hers goals and dreams.

As far as I’m concerned, age … has no (direct or indirect) bearing on one’s personal life experiences. And in essence, is a (non-factor) in the overall scheme of things.

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WELCOME TO A NEW FRIEND : Momento Histórico | daniel pátaro





Domingo passado, dia 07 de setembro, presenciamos um raro momento da música tradicional brasileira, o encontro do Mestre Sebastião Biano com o Mestre Zé do Pife. A ação faz parte do projeto Circulação Nacional – De Brasília a São José do Egito.

Estavam presentes, no palco do Centro de Tradições Nordestinas, em São Paulo, a Banda de Pífanos de Caruaru e o Mestre Zé do Pife e as Juvelinas.

Encontro Sebastião Biano e Zé do Pife Fotografia Daniel Pátaro


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WELCOME TO A NEW FRIEND: One and the same

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Welcome to One and The same 🙂

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Welcome to Crafty Little Coco, a lifestyle blog that shares daily up-cycled crafts, gluten-free recipes, natural hair and tropical wellness tutorials! I’m Coco Kapfer the proud creator of this crafty mess of a blog. Here at Crafty little Coco we believe that a

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Hows your Thanksgiving treating you? I hope you are filled with gratitude while enjoying delicious foods surrounded by loved ones. I wanted to take a quick moment to share a fun activity that sprouted out of a little Thanksgiving problem.


Digging into this salad. Cranberry dressing up on the blog! It's so tasty!!!!Made some flavored water. It's oh so tasty!This DIY candle decor completely brightened up my day. The process is as beautiful as the finished product. Check it out on the blog!!!

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Thoughts on Ferguson.


Was it racism? — sure. What isn’t in America? (although I challenge anyone to find a country that handles racism better than America.)

Was it a police reaction to a crime? – sure. Brown allegedly stole from a store on videotape.

Was it a policeman panicking? — sure. Especially after his pistol repeatedly misfired when he was either trying to warn Brown or shoot him.

Was Brown at fault? – sure. As a large white person, I’m totally convinced that if I reached into a police car, hit the cop twice in the face, tried to grab his gun, ran, and then turned back, I would have been shot by any cop, black or white, male or female. Hell, it practically happens to me when I’m not doing a damn thing.

Was Wilson at fault? – sure. Over-reaction, stereotyping, bad gun-cleaning hygiene, panic, anger at being disobeyed, and racism.

Does Ferguson’s police department need to reform? – Of course. It’s a remnant white department in a newly black area. Hire diverse cops all the way to the top–let the old white guys go to other departments.

Would the same thing have happened if Wilson was black? — I think so. If a black cop confronted a black man who allegedly reached into his car, punched him, and tried to grab his gun, you don’t think the same fear/anger response wouldn’t have occurred?

Was the Grand Jury process a “coverup”? – I did think so and I changed my mind. The prosecutor clearly would never have brought charges–for whatever reason, he didn’t believe a crime had been committed. Now, nine whites and three blacks have spent three months going through all the evidence (I’m assuming it was all) and did not indict and, since the transcripts are public, the entire nation gets to do the same. My understanding is that it would have taken nine votes to indict so the decision not to indict was not along purely racial lines.

Would a Special Prosecutor have been better? Are you kidding? Have you looked at the record of the special and independent prosecutors since Nixon? Special prosecutors are the worst remedy for anything–name ONE that succeeded in convicting anyone but the innocent.

Is the media at fault? Damn right — My old friends were practically begging for Ferguson residents to set fires and riot and sounded downright depressed when not enough people came out. Plus they bought into rumors and social media bull crap before the Grand Jury announcement as if the Boston Bombing had taught them nothing.

Was the prosecutor at fault? Sure. Even assuming that he presented an honest accounting of the facts to a grand jury, he announced it at a time guaranteed to provoke the maximum reaction from Ferguson citizens.

Are the witnesses in conflict? Sure. When I was on a jury, the primary duty of the 12 jury members was to decide, as average citizens, who was telling the truth and who wasn’t. The question of guilt or innocence followed only after the decision on who the hell was a lying bastard because, in every instance, they had different stories. That’s what jury trials really are–placing the decision of truth or falsehood in the hands of citizens and not government officials.

Would a public criminal trial have been better? Not necessarily, you would have had legal BS on both sides obscuring the facts Do you really think that “If the glove don’t fit, you must acquit.” and “these savages were ‘wilding’ through the Park” really added to the clear public perception of whether a crime had been committed?

Do we need to make changes? With young black males being shot by police at a rate 21 times higher than young white males. With one out of 5 black men in New York State in some part of the criminal justice system (last time I looked)? With blacks getting harsher penalties for the same crimes? Hell yes..

Should we care what any politician, journalist, or pundit has to say after they’ve had just over a day to review 25 days of Grand Jury testimony? Hell, no. All you can do in that short a time is to cherry-pick facts that support your previously-held opinion.

Am I thankful to be an American? Damn right because Americans keep coming back and at least trying to change what’s wrong even though they never get it completely right. I was watching Remember the Titans last night and realized that when I was a teenager, black families were not allowed to join the town Swimming “Club.” Real estate documents had secret covenants to ensure blacks and Jews couldn’t buy the properties, Diahann Carroll was the first black ever to star on a network TV show. The first blacks and Hispanics appeared in a television commercial (Marlboros, as I remember,) and my high school basketball team had stones and bottles thrown at us in Collingwood PA for having blacks on our team–and beating Collingwood. (The cool thing about that was that after a black JV player was called a “spook,” both black and white Varsity players came bouncing out of the locker room armed for battle with empty Coke bottles and short lengths of 2 by 4s.) When I got to ABC News in 1973, there was ONE black correspondent who was limited to “black” news and only black trainee engineers who were openly referred to as “boy” and “token.”

And we would NEVER have even bothered to cover Ferguson except as a riot.

Yeah, with everything, I am glad to be an American.

“Courier” by Terry Irving (Motorcycle-Riding Vietnam-Vet, Watergate newsman)

There’s a GREAT story behind the story here, Indie Authors and Indie fans. From Irving’s blog:

“Courier” by Terry Irving (Motorcycle-Riding Vietnam-Vet, Watergate newsman).

Japanese Gentlemen Come to Soul Train — Culture Club — Medium

In 1980, a group of Japanese people got on stage in front of some black people, gave everyone a history lesson about black music, and then pronounced themselves the best funk band out.

Let me back up for a second. So, in the last installment, I said I’d talk about a guy named Haruomi Hosono. Before the late 1970s, he was entirely unheard of in America, and even in his home country of Japan, he wasn’t well known at all.

But on November 2nd, 1980, he appeared in a few million American households, as he and his band, Yellow Magic Orchestra, took the stage at the Soul Train studios.

YMO weren’t the first non-black band to perform on Soul Train, but they were the first (and only) Japanese band. Also, they were the first to, in the first few seconds of their song, make one of the boldest statements ever:

Now, ‘Tighten Up’ was very popular in Houston Texas, with Archie Bell and the Drells, …now, we are the number one, I think so.

That is, they were playing a cover of one of the first funk hits ever recorded, a track called ‘Tighten Up,’ and slyly implying that they were better than the funk originals:

via Japanese Gentlemen Come to Soul Train — Culture Club — Medium.

The Passing of the Grown-ups.

I only met Ben Bradlee once—when I was in charge of a brigade of ruffians who invaded his beautiful house in Georgetown with cables, lights, and electronic gear so that his wife, Sally Quinn, could have an intimate chat with Ted Koppel—but I mourn his passing. He was one of those leaders I have come to call “The Grown-Ups.”

The sort of boss who might not be your favorite person but who would have your back in times of crisis and, if necessary, wait until the office door was closed to read you the riot act. Who would release a statement like “we stand by our reporting” and then just ignore the opinion pages.

After I’d been a motorcycle courier for ABC News, I suffered through six months as a paralegal at the biggest of the Washington law firms while I was trying to get back into television. One of my jobs was to attack a six-foot high printout of television program logs and create a table of every minute that a Washington Post station had broadcast “Kimba: The White Lion.” Nixon’s supporters had gone after their broadcast licenses claiming that weren’t paying the mandated attention to the public interest. We were proving that, indeed, “Kimba” was an educational children’s program and it counted towards the mandatory 3 hour minimum.

I’m not trying to defend “Kimba,” or for that matter the long-lost idea that broadcasters have a duty to work in the “public interest”—I’m just demonstrating how much pressure the Nixon White House was putting on Bradlee and the Post. It wasn’t just “t** in the wringer” insults and “nattering nabobs of negativism” speeches. Every aspect of the Washington Post was under attack, from advertisers to broadcast revenue, IRS audits, and investigations of sexual preferences. It was an all-out attempt to crush the paper and Ben Bradlee and Katherine Graham withstood it with determination, grace, and a sense of humor.

Others weren’t so lucky. A correspondent at ABC News did a story on campaign money being laundered through Bebe Rebozo’s bank in Miami. His bosses were much more pliable—some of them having worked for the White House under Eisenhower—so he was told to recant the story, he refused, he was fired, and the anchor recanted for him.

Much later, I was the executive producer of Don Imus’ program on MSNBC. I had a few difficulties with things Imus would say (by re-airing one of them, I cost NBC $32, 000,) but I knew that Bob Wright was at NBC and Mel Karmazin was at CBS. They’d been through this sort of thing before—in the case of Howard Stern, many times before—and they were used to it. They knew that the job of a shock jock was to be outrageous and controversial and so, when they were outrageous and controversial, the bosses sucked it up, ignored the outraged commentaries and indignant protests, and went right on with business.

(Not everyone was so calm. I landed at LaGuardia one afternoon after a show in Boston and my pager showed dozens of messages. I got to a pay phone and called in to one of the top executives at MSNBC. He asked frantically, “Terry, what’s going on? Imus called the President of NBC News a fat liar today.” I responded, “You haven’t been listening. Don has called that guy a ‘fat liar’ twice a day for months.”)

The point is that Wright and Karmazin were Grown-Ups. Like Bradlee, they knew when they were in the right and weren’t about to be pushed around by anyone. Sadly, these men and women are passing from the scene.

When Imus made his infamous statement about the Rutgers Women’s Basketball team, I was no longer on the front deck. I might have hit the Dump button on the 7-second delay because I knew that attacking people who were not “public figures” was a Really Bad Idea. On the other hand, I might not and I would have defended that decision.

What amazed me was how quickly all the executives caved. Within hours, Imus was gone. They didn’t consult the Imus production staff, they didn’t talk to Imus, and, as a matter of fact, they broke his contract which contained very specific clauses in case the man hired to say shocking things said something shocking. I could be wrong but my memory was that CBS eventually had to pay millions to Imus for breach of contract.

OK, that was a case where the comment was seen as anti-black and anti-women and I guess I could understand the brass getting righteously upset. On the other hand, they could have asked the Executive Producer (who was black) or the Show Producer (who was a woman) if they were offended (they weren’t) but let’s not quibble.

What was really disturbing was when MSNBC correspondent and occasional anchor David Shuster used the term “pimp out” in a question about Chelsea Clinton’s campaigning and was summarily suspended and soon fired. In context, the phrase was a bit over the top but I thought it was completely within the bounds of political discourse. Once again, the brass threw him under the bus but, rather than just eliminating a rude shock jock, I am convinced that their lack of backbone was due to fear of a political backlash and that’s a death knell to any truly honest political reporting.

I could be wrong but that’s my opinion.

Regardless, I’ll bet their reaction sent a message to everyone at MSNBC. Since it was clear that, if they got the slightest push-back on a story, management would fold like a cheap suit; they knew not to take chances, not to be tough on politicians, and not to be aggressive. I’ve seen it at all the other networks, young managers wilting under the smallest amount of pressure and leaving their reporters and producers in the lurch.

Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein would never have written the stories that brought down a president we now know was corrupt and completely without a moral compass without the support of their bosses. People who’d been in a brawl or two and knew how to take a punch as well as give one.

People like Ben Bradlee.

The $9 Billion Witness: Meet JPMorgan Chase’s Worst Nightmare | Rolling Stone

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She tried to stay quiet, she really did. But after eight years of keeping a heavy secret, the day came when Alayne Fleischmann couldn’t take it anymore.

It was like watching an old lady get mugged on the street,” she says. “I thought, ‘I can’t sit by any longer.'”

Fleischmann is a tall, thin, quick-witted securities lawyer in her late thirties, with long blond hair, pale-blue eyes and an infectious sense of humor that has survived some very tough times. She’s had to struggle to find work despite some striking skills and qualifications, a common symptom of a not-so-common condition called being a whistle-blower.

Fleischmann is the central witness in one of the biggest cases of white-collar crime in American history, possessing secrets that JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon late last year paid $9 billion (not $13 billion as regularly reported – more on that later) to keep the public from hearing.

Back in 2006, as a deal manager at the gigantic bank, Fleischmann first witnessed, then tried to stop, what she describes as “massive criminal securities fraud” in the bank’s mortgage operations.

Thanks to a confidentiality agreement, she’s kept her mouth shut since then. “My closest family and friends don’t know what I’ve been living with,” she says. “Even my brother will only find out for the first time when he sees this interview.”

Six years after the crisis that cratered the global economy, it’s not exactly news that the country’s biggest banks stole on a grand scale. That’s why the more important part of Fleischmann’s story is in the pains Chase and the Justice Department took to silence her.

She was blocked at every turn: by asleep-on-the-job regulators like the Securities and Exchange Commission, by a court system that allowed Chase to use its billions to bury her evidence, and, finally, by officials like outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder, the chief architect of the crazily elaborate government policy of surrender, secrecy and cover-up. “Every time I had a chance to talk, something always got in the way,” Fleischmann says.

This past year she watched as Holder’s Justice Department struck a series of historic settlement deals with Chase, Citigroup and Bank of America. The root bargain in these deals was cash for secrecy. The banks paid big fines, without trials or even judges – only secret negotiations that typically ended with the public shown nothing but vague, quasi-official papers called “statements of facts,” which were conveniently devoid of anything like actual facts.

Jamie Dimon

Jamie Dimon (Photo: Bloomberg/Getty)

And now, with Holder about to leave office and his Justice Department reportedly wrapping up its final settlements, the state is effectively putting the finishing touches on what will amount to a sweeping, industrywide effort to bury the facts of a whole generation of Wall Street corruption. “I could be sued into bankruptcy,” she says. “I could lose my license to practice law. I could lose everything. But if we don’t start speaking up, then this really is all we’re going to get: the biggest financial cover-up in history.”

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Doing What Makes My Soul Shine

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A man who will break rules and play dirty, only bound by his own code of survival.