Sunday, April 21, 2019

B Alan Bourgeois

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B Alan Bourgeois

B. Alan Bourgeois began writing when he was just a child, but as many children of his era and of the artistic background were told, You need to study and get a real job to earn a living. That statement from a well meaning mother put a pause on his desire to write.

In 1989, he was asked to write a short story based on an actual event in his life. He did, and it was published as $200 Alan. Seeing his story in print once again inspired him to begin writing. Since then, Mr. Bourgeois has written many articles, short stories, editorials and has 7 books published covering many genre's.

Through the process of writing and getting published, Mr. Bourgeois saw a need for additional marketing avenues for Authors that was not covered in the normal channels. While there were a lot of new web based social networks for authors, there was nothing that really helped challenged them, and or gave them a way to promote themselves in a way that finds new readers; is in the process of being that new marketing tool.

Larry Brill

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Larry Brill 

Boring facts:

Born and raised in San Jose, CA. Life began in 1955.

Journalism degree from San Jose State University (Go Spartans!)

Spent 25 years as a TV news anchor in Oregon, California, Colorado and Texas.

Two novels published in 2013. Third one is under construction.


Cool facts:

Once kicked out of a mob-connected casino for (allegedly) counting cards to win money at the blackjack table.

Flew with the Air Force Thunderbirds only 100 feet off the floor of a valley in Colorado. Upside down!

Interviewed two U.S. Presidents (41 and 43) and a handful of wanna-bes.

Hung out and had drinks at home with author James Michener.

Got defense attorney Johnny Cochran to admit on TV (after the fact) that he didn't believe O.J. Simpson was innocent.

Richard Rieman

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Richard Rieman

2016 Global Ebook Gold Award Winner in Writing/Publishing!

Author/narrator Richard Rieman is an audiobook self-publishing expert specializing in helping first-time audiobook authors.

Richard has narrated dozens of titles on Amazon, Audible, iTunes and more, including Steve Snyder's "Shot Down" and Nancy Geise's "Auschwitz #34207." He also produces audiobooks for authors voicing their own audiobooks, including Judith Briles' "The Crowdfunding Guide for Authors & Writers."

Before his audiobook adventures, Richard was a news anchor and reporter at the RKO Radio Networks in NYC, WTOP in Washington DC, and WLS and WMAQ Radio in Chicago.

Breakfield and Burkey

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Charles Breakfield

Charles holds a master’s degree and works for a high-tech manufacturer as a solution architect, functioning in hybrid data/telecom environments. A long-time technology geek, Charles enjoys writing, studying World War II history, travel, and cultural exchanges. He’s also a fan of wine-tastings, riding his Harley, and continues developing his woodworking skills.

Roxanne Burkey

Roxanne has two passions – working with technology and writing. She enjoys working to drive optimized customer experiences with technology in her role with a high-tech manufacturer. Texas is home for her and her family. When time permits Rox likes gardening, hiking, sewing, refinishing antiques, exploring, wine-tasting, and traveling. She loves to listen to people which often results in odd treasures that come to life in her stories.

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