Facebook Reviews

I am trying out different things so I don’t know how much it helps, but I’ll appreciate those who can assist.

If you’ve read any of my books or enjoy my blog, would you mind leaving a review on my Facebook page?

Here’s how:

Go to My Facebook Page at

https://www.facebook.com/literarykornerpublishing

Like the Page

(if you want)

Scroll down to where you see reviews. Rate and review.

  • You can write a review based on books of mine you’ve read (so if you read and enjoyed Renaissance or Stella).

 

  • You can write based on this blog (maybe you have a favorite segment, poetry, Black History Fun Facts, Throwback Jams, etc)

 

  • You can review based on my Book Reviews.

Whatever it is about my writing / blog you like in general you can review based on that.

CAUTION.

You can comment on my pinned photo but that does not count as a review. Please leave your review under the review section for it to count.

Thanks so much for those of you who can help. I really appreciate it.

 

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Goodnight to you.

Chat soon,

Peace

-EC

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Why Renaissance: The Nora White Story by Yecheilyah Ysrayl is a Must Buy!

Thanks so much for the love.

Readers, don’t forget to pick up your copy for just 99cents in eBook from now through Wed., 8/23 on Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B073J3FMYF

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Ever read a book that you could completely or almost completely relate to?

Made you feel like it was made specifically for you, right? This book did that for the first time in my life and I’m grateful and happy that I had the chance to read it. 

Saying this is a must buy isn’t a stretch – it’s not just cause I can relate to it. It’s the knowledge you gain instead. 

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*No way you can’t know him*

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I Need Your Social Media Support

June is here!

That means we are ONE month away from the release of Renaissance: The Nora White Story Book One and I need your social media support.

My Thunderclap Campaign is LIVE now!

Thunderclap is like crowdfunding for social media. Instead of raising funds you are raising support. Neat huh? Here’s how it works:

You set up a campaign and set a social reach goal. Once the campaign is approved and goes live, supporters can pledge an action (a Facebook Post, Tweet, both, etc.) of the campaigns message as set by the host. This message will go live on the day the host sets. This means that if an author has a book coming out for instance (yours truly), the message will go out on the day of release from the social media accounts of everyone who pledged at the same time, making a thunderous noise of support!

The Kicker: Of course, there’s always something. For the free option, for the messages to go out, the host (yours truly) must reach her social reach by the date set. For this, I have set this campaign up a month in advance to give me time to build support.

I need at least 100 people to “donate” a pledge towards my message on their social media by July 15th. It’s free, of course, as you’re only donating a social media blast. There are 1,756 people subscribed to his blog as I write this. I am only asking for 100 of you to support me. Are you in?? Let’s do this!

About the Book:

When seventeen-year-old Nora White successfully graduates High School in 1922 Mississippi and is College bound, everyone is overjoyed and excited. Everyone except Nora. She dreams of Harlem, Cotton Clubs, Fancy Dresses, and Langston Hughes. For years, she’s sat under Mr. Oak, the big oak tree on the plush green grass of her families five acres, and daydreamed of The Black Mecca.

The ambitious, young Nora is fascinated by the prospect of being a famous writer in The Harlem Renaissance and decides she doesn’t want to go to College. Despite her parent’s staunch protest, Nora finds herself in Jacobsville, New York, a small town forty-five minutes outside of Harlem.

Shocked by their daughter’s disappearance, Gideon and Molly White are plagued with visions of the deadly south, like the brutal lynching of Gideon’s sister years ago. As the couple embark on a frightening and gut wrenching search for Nora, they are each stalked by their own traumatic past. Meanwhile, Nora learns that the North is not all it’s cracked up to be.

Can Gideon and Molly overcome their disturbing past in time to find their daughter before it’s too late? 

“When I finished reading Renaissance: The Nora White Story I actually shouted. I loved, loved this book. From beginning to end. The characters are still alive inside my mind. The setting as well. I could smell the hot soup the girls had or the rain on the hot earth. The dialogue is superb; I can still hear the soft southern accent in my mind.”

– Adele Marie Park

“The author’s writing is beautiful. She captivates the dialect of the southern speak wonderfully and I found the description of each and every action and location to just roll off my tongue as I read.” – Rachel Poli

“I consider myself and anyone else aware of her to be pretty lucky already as this author has a pretty powerful perspective and is more than capable of articulating her experiences and thought processes as it relates to the cultural upbringing of the African American experience. Her name is Yecheilyah Ysrayl.  – Dottie Daniels

CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT

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p.s. To be the first to receive such exciting news be sure to sign-up for my email list! Click here.

Guerrilla Marketing!

Its the final countdown! Don’t miss out. Meet me in person at The Tampa Indie Author Book Convention this summer. Spread the word! Why am I shouting? ! Because its exciting! Lol.

Tampa Indie Author Book Convention

by Kyle Perkins

A little back story about the convention, as well as Virginia Johnson and I. In January of 2016, I became an author, and shortly after, Virginia became my PA. So, we had to navigate the indie world together, like two baby deer learning to walk. At first, like all people getting into this business, we were super optimistic. Who wouldn’t be? I published a book. Not many people can say that they have the patience for that. Writing a book is a big deal, it’s sharing a piece of your soul with the world, and asking the world to judge it. We have always received great feedback on our work, and grew to love the community…

Then, we started learning of the inherent flaws in a predominantly online business. Setting aside catfishing models, shady PAs, and plagiarism, we noticed a huge problem within our community. It was…

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Like Me on Facebook

So, yes. I’m back on Facebook. Well, sort of. My personal page is currently inactive but I had to edit my business page for business purposes and have decided to leave it up (for business purposes). At least temporarily as I prepare to release another book.

If you have not already liked it, please stop through and LIKE Literary Korner Publishing. I don’t post a lot but I will keep it up long enough to post updates on the book. I have also added a few events.

For those of you at work or in route, you can always find it on my blog sidebar as well (under the comments where it used to be).

Also, do not forget to explore The Author Media Kit in my sidebar. I will be updating it soon but it has all my social media handles (I’m not active on all of them but I have a presence there) and ways in which you can contact me.

Thanks so much and as always, your support is golden!

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Have You Stumbled Upon Me Yet?

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OK, that was whack LOL.

But, I am finally on StumbleUpon and thought I’d take this time to do some shameless self-promotion.

I don’t have much of my own post up yet (because I just started) but I will start to drip feed posts on that platform when I share my posts across the others. (You can too! Just Stumble Me using the share button at the bottom there).

This also means more exposure for those authors of my Book Reviews…yesss.

You can find me here: http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/Yecheilyah

Now go, carry on with your day and spread the word!

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5 Mistakes Authors Make on Social Media

Wow, this is absolutely on point.

A Writer's Path

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by Michael Cristiano

I thought writing a novel was the hard part. I thought endless drafting and editing and proofreading involved the most work when it came to being a writer.

I was wrong. My debut novel has been on sale for a little less than a month, and I came to the conclusion very early on in its release that writing it was the easy (and far more enjoyable) part. Why? you ask.

Marketing. Marketing is a hard and seemingly endless process. Why is it so hard?

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