SOOP on Saturday: New Book Ideas and “Shout Out” for great progress!

  Happy almost spring, readers! I got to enjoy some very lovely weather this week, and I hope you did, too. We have a fresh crop of new Book Ideas, as well as a congratulations at the bottom, for you lovely interested folks. Now these book ideas cannot grow without the fertilizer that is your […]

SOOP on Saturday: New Book Ideas and “Shout Out”

  Brand new book ideas are a bit like brand new babies. Each has its own potential and group of readers just waiting to read it. Ok, that’s not a perfect metaphor, but I’m sure you know what I mean. It’s easy to get excited about these new ideas. We are, and we hope you […]

New Book Ideas and SOOP Dollars

Book ideas. Makes me wanna write something. So many possibilities. Do I go dark about an inhuman sword called two-timing captive? Or write the greatest beautiful poem for four souls aboard this harlequin called life? (Silliness, I know, but I like word play. Comment with something better below.) These authors each have their own new […]

SOOP on Saturday: Top 20 popular book ideas for November 28, 2015

Greetings fans! And to our American friends, HAPPY THANKSGIVING! The seasons march onward without letup.  We’ve had our best week and month ever for votes! Newcomer Blasphemous Cocktails by Steve Wollett is making a splash on the chart at 5th position with 812 votes. Also a new book idea, The Lottery Curse by Carey Azzara already has 367 votes.  […]

SOOP on Saturday: New Book Ideas and “Shout Out” for great progress!

Today’s list of book ideas range from the invasive to the blasphemous! Take your pick and vote for a new book idea today. Here are the latest new book ideas, in the order they appeared:  Empathy Training Project Guide by Delsy Sandoval (Education & Reference) Entrepreneur’s Guide on Money Management and Wealth Creation by Stanley […]

Wednesdays are for Writers: Joy M. Lilley on writing two novels

Today’s blog features published author Joy M. Lilley on writing two novels. She can be found on Amazon’s author page.   I first began to write seriously after retiring from a long nursing career back in 2008.  My first attempt was to write a short story for the Lady Magazine. They had previously published a […]

SOOP on Saturday: Top 20 popular book ideas for November 14, 2015

Greetings fans! Autumn is a beautiful season, and the changes all around us mark the progression of time! Thanksgiving celebrations are a part of this season, so we’re thankful for our great audience, SOOP-er readers, engaged participants, the freedoms to choose, to write, to speak, and to share ideas. THANK YOU for sharing the news […]

New Book Ideas and SOOP Dollars for November 4th, 2015

New beginnings. New ideas. Works in progress. The evolution of creativity. Call it what you will, we have New Book Ideas galore!  Vote here. Vote for your favorite. Return the favor (or favour, if you prefer British spelling).  Here are the latest new book ideas, in the order they were posted:  Replenishment by Steve Shaefer […]

Welcome to the SOOP Mix, Readers In The Know

SOOP is pleased to share a collaboration with Readers In The Know (RITK) that has terrific mutual benefits. Part of the reason that Simon founded RITK was to find great books on promotion (either free or heavily discounted), but he has taken the concept way beyond just finding great books TO giving authors a way […]

Wednesdays are for Writers: Paul Long on overcoming writer’s block

When SOOP kindly  invited me to write a guest blog, I sat wondering what to write about. For several minutes I sat,blankly staring at the computer screen, the only thought rattling inside my was “What am I going to say!?”   Then it hit me! One thing both new and seasoned authors have in common, the […]


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