5 Surprising Ways to Radically Boost Your Income with Your Book

Minesh Baxi sent me this email about Tamara Monosoff’s “5 Surprising Ways to Radically Boost Your Income with Your Book.”  From Experience with Tamara Monosoff’s programs and information videos, I find that she offers more than one would expect in any presentation.  You can sign up for her free training below.

Do you know the #1 complaint shared by most authors?

They don’t make enough money from their book.

 They experience huge personal satisfaction, increased credibility and a sense of achievement. But they don’t experience a financial reward that matches the amount of time, effort and expertise they’ve devoted to writing their book.

This is why I’m so thrilled about Tamara Monosoff’s free video, “5 Surprising Ways to Radically Boost Your Income with Your Book” . This video breaks new ground by revealing some innovative and highly effective strategies for making big bucks from your book. This is not the same old same old material you’ve seen a dozen times. Tamara‘s material is totally fresh. 

Here’s the best part, when you click here  you will also receive Tamara‘s hot new step-by-step FREE guide where she shares her exact strategies for hitting #1 on Amazon. You are going to be blown away when you see this!

Tamara is an Amazon #1 Bestselling Author (several times over) and the creator of the Author-to-Income Formula – a revolutionary system that shows authors how to reach #1 bestselling status on Amazon, get into the media spotlight, turn readers into loyal fans and generate big cash infusions and consistent income from their book.

Get ready for some cutting-edge strategies to turn your book into a fan-attracting, empire-building, money-making passion project.

Minesh Baxi

P.S.  One of the tactics Tamara shares in this video generated over $14,000 in pure profit in one day! You can do the same. Check it out. 


I’ll be there, see you then,


Julaina Kleist-Corwin

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Captivating Audiences to Create Loyal Fans

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Vertical Garden Blooms With 85,000 Plants in The Heart of Bogota

Every neighborhood should have one of these vertical gardens.


Behold: the largest vertical garden in the world. Located in Bogota, Colombia, the Santalaia building is completely covered with a lush layer of 85,000 plants that span 3,100 square meters (33,368 square feet).

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Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

Today isn’t Wednesday, but what a great prompt. The video is amazing!

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The video and gif below show a quintessential gray alien supposedly captured by the Russian KGB; the video gives more detail about the alleged relationship between Russia and the aliens, and an agreement that prohibited the Russians from recording their communications with the aliens…it’s got me convinced!

What do you think?

I’m really excited at the prospect of reading all of the shorts created from this awesome footage prompt!

Gray aliens crash landing on this planet is a long-documented phenomenon that has been investigated by UFO researchers as well as other more mainstream journalists. Though the theories vary about what exactly they are and what they are here for –

Though the theories vary about what exactly they are and what they are here for, there isn’t much debate in the community anymore about whether or not they exist!

So, one must then wonder…


Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

Use this prompt…

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Captivate Audiences to Create Loyal Fans Will Launch On May 31st

FINAL FRONT WEB USEMy new book, Captivate Audiences to Create Loyal Fans will launch on May 31st as an eBook. It will be a print book next month. On May 31st, it will be $.99. I’d love to get to bestseller ranking so if you want to order, it would help me if you did on May 31st.

You can read about several of the 20 writers featured in the book on my other blog: click here.


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Captivate Audiences to Create Loyal Fans




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Dance of Life – In Response to Wednesdays Visual Writing Prompt

I wish I had time to write with this prompt. It brings many ideas to mind and the photo is mesmerizing.

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He looked deep into her eyes, and she responded by pressing her thigh into him. This was the tango, one of the most sensual dances ever envisioned.  It requires close body contact with your partner, especially the midriff.  Your arms are not as entwined as your legs.  Often described as the most romantic, yet erotic, partner dance.

She lingered with her thigh for a moment longer than the music required, sending a not so secret message to her partner. Their relationship was more than a dancing pair for exhibition.  Dance was a long lasting conduit of intimacy.  He responded to her by squeezing her hand and she smiled that knowing smile he was always expecting. Silky, confident movements with the thought of more private moments, was a physical metaphor for their enduring connection. The tango represented to them their amorous partnership, their never ending love of each other in the…

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Stunning Photographs of Tokyo



Stunning Instagrams of Tokyo by Shohki Eno

Shohki Eno is a talented 28-year-old self-tauhgt photographer and designer currently based in Tokyo, Japan. Shohki received his degree in Industrial Design and a minor in Graphic Design

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Happy May And Muse With Sheryl Bernstein

Sheryl Bernstein's bannerMy friend Sheryl Bernstein sent this interesting newsletter:

Tis the Merry Month of May! Makes me think of Mother May I, MayDay MayDay, May Poles. And Mother’s Day.

Curious, I googled ”What’s the meaning of May”. There were many interesting entries.

Like this from Webster’s New World Dictionary:



  1. used to express ability or power: now generally replaced by can
  2. used to express possibility or likelihood: it may rain
  3. used to express permission: you may go
  4. used to express contingency, as in clauses of purpose, result, concession, or condition: they died that we may be free
  5. used in exclamations and apostrophes to express a wish, hope, or prayer: may he rest in peace
  6. LAW shall; must

Wrapped up in this little 3 letter word (MAY) is a lot of power, permission, and possibility. Got me to thinking, how many times have I thought I needed permission to go after the possibility that was in my head. Needed a contingency, a clause of purpose to plan out and make real the idea that was tapping me. Wanted someone else to give me the power. Happened just last month. I had been feeling overwhelmed about creating an on line webinar, because all the ‘stuff’ around it seemed daunting…the e mail sequencing, ads, posts, etc etc. But my wise coach said…then don’t do all that stuff. Just do the webinar. At least do that. I thought huh! Yeah. Do able. A weight lifted. I thanked her for the ‘permission’ She said I didn’t give you permission…I gave you the idea of the easiest path. No permission needed. Love that.

So. Where are you waiting for permission? For someone else to say ’GO’? For a contingency to start your creative adventure?

If that’s what you need, here you are: You have permission.

Good. That’s done.

So now, think on this….….What’s one thing you can do to move you toward your creative goal? One step to get started? Or keep going?

Cause I don’t know about you, but it’s hard to believe we’re already into this pretty 5th month of the year. Tick Tock.

May you be inspired to take action, because you may go forward in any way you may desire this May.

You may already be a winner.

The Merriest May to you~


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May I? If I can help you get clarity on where you want to go, some decision or plan you’re having trouble deciding on, knowing which way you like to go forward, and how, schedule a time for us to chat and see where you may want to go. And if I can, may, I will help. Complimentary of course. You can schedule time with me here calendly.com/sherylcoaches

Results may vary…from what you thought was possible.


Please be kind to the earth and animals. Mother Nature is our best friend.

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Beautiful Architecture Photography

Unusual angles.


Beautiful Architecture Photography by Pavel Bendov

Pavel Bendov is a talented architectural photographer and urban explorer who was born and raised in Belarus and currently lives and woks in Manhattan, New York.

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The one constant (Friday Fictioneers)

Friday’s prompt is a good way to start a writing marathon this weekend. Go for it. Thanks #Laurie Bell.

Rambles, writing and amusing musings

Standing back, I watch the Gatherers bow their heads. Tears streak the faces of some, others are stony: Unmoving, silent and empty. There are not as many as I’d hoped, but perhaps more than I deserve.

All are strangers. No one speaks or shares tales of my existence. Their loneliness is a pitiful beast, whimpering and crawling over the ground.

I should never have come. Curiosity – it’s a fool’s desire.

Rubbing my fingers over the time disc I wish to go back. The tingles begin. I can not undo knowledge but perhaps I can change my ways and undo destiny.

This is a Friday Fictioneers Prompt

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word count : 100

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Happy Garlic Day

Today is Garlic Day and Lani has recipes for you.

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According to my food holiday calendar, today is Garlic Day.

A decorative member of the garlic family

In honor of this made-up celebration, here are my favorite garlic recipes:

Garlic and Sage Chips

1 tablespoon – 1 stick of butter (depending on how decadent you feel)

1 tsp olive oil

3-4 cloves of garlic, peeled and sliced REALLY thin (basically shaved)

1/8 cup fresh, whole sage leaves


Melt the butter over medium heat in a frying pan. Stir in the olive oil. Turn up the heat to high and spread the garlic slices/shavings evenly in the pan. After about 30 seconds, stir in the sage leaves and salt. Fry until garlic is golden brown, stirring often. The garlic chips can turn into garlic charcoal in the blink of an eye, so stay alert. Use the chips as a topping for baked potatoes, salad, soup, or Brie.

Garlic and Split…

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