Free Children’s eBook Days!

TODAY, TOMORROW AND SUNDAY ALL DAY at http://amzn.to/2x48I5v 

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Links to e-Book Give Away, Oct. 20, 21, & 22

 

 

http://amzn.to/2yra26K  Goblin’s Goop    

http://amzn.to/1M8WYoB  Christmas Christmas Everyday

http://amzn.to/2nW6WSo  Colors Talk

http://amzn.to/2nqE6G3  How the Snake Got Its Tail

http://amzn.to/2hPc4Dd   The Love Tree

http://amzn.to/2xR16b1 City Slicker’s Guide to the Amish Country

http://amzn.to/265rdpF  The Wolf Pack Moon

http://amzn.to/2yxsZ57  If I Were A Garden

Richard Rensberry, Author at QuickTurtle Books®

 

Rhyme Your Way into a Child’s Heart

 

If being a successful children’s book author is one of your dreams, may I suggest rhyme be part and parcel to your writing arsenal. Children can be a rather finicky and discerning audience when it comes to words that grab their precious attention. As a writer I have always gravitated to alliterative sound and rhyme to help achieve this task. I believe rhyme can be used as a major gimmick for capturing and maintaining a child’s interest. Continue reading

Free eBook Days, Oct 20, 21 & 22

It is the giving time of year!

QuickTurtle Books® is making most of our eBooks available for free download Oct. 20, 21 & 22.

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Goblin’s Goop, Christmas Christmas Everyday, Colors Talk, How the Snake Got Its Tail, The Love Tree and City Slicker’s Guide to the Amish Country are all a part of this 3 day give-away. Continue reading

Book Covers and Vegetables

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I know my vegetables because I grew up on a farm that raised them. I planted them, nurtured them, picked them and ate them. A good vegetable has a distinct complexion, aroma, color and appearance that speaks quite eloquently. When I see one I know it, but it is rarely in a grocery store. The grocery store vegetables are bred and judged on qualities that are not natural to a vegetable. A hard, juiceless tomato is a good grocery store tomato because it withstands abuse, and because it is picked and shipped green and then forced ripened it lacks a good tomato’s flavor and vitality. It is an anemic mutant of what a real tomato should be. I won’t eat it. Continue reading

Print Books or ebooks?

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I am a voracious reader. My preference has always been hardback books.  I even shy away from paperbacks unless they are poetry books which seem perfectly fitted as paperbacks.  I have never been able to read a novel on an electronic device, though I can read poetry and children’s books on my iPad.  I am curious as to whether anyone regularly reads books electronically or if this ebook thing is mere hype and a fad that will pass.
I think I can envision a more robust reading experience on a big screen TV.  You know, kick back in a recliner and read a book in huge print while sipping a craft beer. Continue reading

Free Gifts Today!

FREE GIFTS TO ALL OF OUR  WORD PRESS FRIENDS! http://amzn.to/2n5srwa

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All of our E-BOOKS can be downloaded for free until April 3rd in celebration of National Library Week. Reviews welcome and much appreciated.

Richard and Mary Rensberry, Authors at QuickTurtle Books

FREE E-BOOK BONANZA

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From March 30th through April 3rd QuickTurtle Books is sponsoring a free E-Book give-away on Amazon.  You can splurge and download all of our current e-books for free within that specified window of time.  We hope you will take advantage of this one time opportunity to read, enjoy and review our books on Amazon.   Leaving a review has tremendous impact for our authors Richard and Mary Rensberry.

Thank You Very Much from the Staff at QuickTurtle Books LLC®