Book Excerpt: Xavier Arnold

FA N. Xavier Arnold, The Best Real Estate Investing Method…Ever! The $250 Lunch! I didn’t recognize his voice at first. I knew the voice, yet I just couldn’t place it. The fact that it sounded like a white guy didn’t aid my powers of recall at all. Still I stayed on the phone sure that [...]

Guest Blog: Xavier Arnold

I wrote The Best Real Estate Investing Method…Ever! as a personal response to what I felt were abuses going on in the real estate investing business. Clients would tell me how much money they had spent on seminars, courses, and mentoring programs. One client, a single mom, spent $25,000 some of which she had to [...]

N. Xavier Arnold – The Best Real Estate Investing Method…Ever!

Q: What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? Author: I’m excited because The Best Real Estate Investing Method…Ever! introduces a simple but radically different way to train new investors how to succeed in the real estate business. Current methods available are less then 10% effective. The Real Smart Investor [...]

Carlton Davis – Bipolar Bare

Q: What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? Author: I did not so much choose my book’s topic as my topic chose me. This was a story I felt I had to write.  For years I was obsessed with what happened to me when I was five years old, [...]

Author Profile: Carl Davis

Why did you decide to write this book? I had to write this book.  See my answer to the first interview question. Do you have any secret writing tips you’d like to share? I don’t think there are any secret writing tips to be learned. Writing is keeping at it and rewriting what you write. [...]

Guest Blog: Carl Davis

Writing is discipline and joy. It’s a lot like architectural design. Writing requires you keep at it on a regular basis. Joy is the reward of a sentence well crafted and solidly fixed to your intent. Design is a well-crafted combination of physical elements that carry a cultural significance. You have to keep at it [...]

Author Interview: Nancy Burnett

Q: What excites you most about your book’s topic? Why did you choose it? A: Real life story excites me more than anything. I want to know and understand human nature both in the abstract and on very personal levels. My choice follows my history of studying human development at the graduate level, of practicing [...]

Book Excerpt: Nancy Burnett

When we’re born we live just over the threshold from nonexistence, just days, then months from being a glimmer in God’s eye. I wish I could tell my amazing story of life before life. I would report all the nuances leading to my birth, all factors determining to whom I would be born, when, where, [...]

Author Profile: Nancy Burnett

Q: Why did you decide to write this book? A: I wrote Journeys Home out of the impulse to express myself. I’d wanted to write a book for a long time as both a creative expression and a test of my ability. Could I actually write a whole book? Could I make it interesting to [...]

Guest Blog: Nancy Burnett

The writing craft: Journeys Home is a work of creative nonfiction. As memoir, it turns childhood memory, old family photos, hard-learned experience, trained expertise, and playful imagination into a collection of essays that stream ribbon-like across time. It recollects past and reweaves it into present. Recollection here implies the re-collecting of bits and pieces—fragments that [...]