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Today “Word Up!” received its 100th review on Amazon. The more reviews a book has, the better its chances of popping up as a recommendation when people browse. So when you post a review, you help other readers and the author. To all “Word Up!” reviewers, past and future, thank you.
“Word Up!” has been named a finalist in the 2014 Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
The Kindle Book Review announced this year’s Best Kindle Book Awards semifinalists, including, in the nonfiction category, Word Up! The winners and top five category finalists will be announced September 1, 2014.
Judged by a group of librarians and booksellers from around the United States, the Foreword Reviews IndieFab Book of the Year Awards were announced this evening at the American Library Association annual conference in Las Vegas. Among the winners in the Writing category: Word Up!
Yesterday, IndieReader, “the essential consumer guide to self-published books and the people who write them,” announced the winners of the 2014 IndieReader Discovery Awards—including third-place winner for nonfiction overall: Word Up!
Blogger and technical communicator Tom Johnson interviews Marcia on the importance of writing skills in today’s techno-savvy world.
Maxwell Hoffman: “Although I’ve written this review with technical communicators in mind, Word Up! is an ideal … guide for anyone who does any type of writing.”
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