Writers on Wednesday: Rohini Singh: Why I Started Writing

Coming from the twin islands of Trinidad and Tobago, I grew up reading  traditional books written by the Grimm Brothers, Mark Twain, Enid Blyton, Robert Louis Stevenson, and many others. They were all exciting and introduced worlds that crossed the boundaries of reality. This type of writing was most intriguing to me, and I started […]

SOOP on Saturday: New Book Ideas for August 2014

It’s time again to check in on our latest new book idea submissions — and there are plenty of intriguing titles to highlight from the past month. In our unique author-driven platform, authors submit their book ideas, which are published for free on our site. Those who achieve 1,000 votes from interested readers and complete related check-in […]

Writers on Wednesday: Eric Mondschein’s Author-Driven Marketing: The Saga Continues

As I indicated in an earlier post, I have already begun my journey toward mastering what was once foreign to me: marketing my book. I cannot really say that I have mastered it yet, but I can say that I have jumped in with both feet, and I’m making good progress. I’ve been busy posting […]

“The Time Manipulator’s Son” Author Discusses Her Journey with Lizzy the Writer

Miami-based writer Lizzy Grace has extended a little room on her blog for SOOP author Rohini Singh and her forthcoming science-fiction novel, The Time Manipulator’s Son. Head over to Lizzy’s site and read Singh’s brief recollection of her introduction to creative writing and the adventures that followed. Then, hop over to Rohini’s website to pre-order her […]

United Nations Unlocks Nazi War Crime Archive, Re-Igniting Revelations First Published in “Genocide Revealed”

After being kept from the public eye for more than seven decades, a newly released UN archive shines a bright, international light on long-hidden Holocaust atrocities. Some of those atrocities—namely those perpetrated by Hungarian autocrat Miklos Horthy—were first revealed in detail in Aleksandar Veljic’s 2012 explosive historical account, Genocide Revealed (published by SOOP). In other […]

SOOP on Saturday: The SOOP Top 10 for August 2014

It’s time, once again, for a little SOOP on Saturday! Check out this month’s Top 10 SOOP book ideas below. Results are sorted by vote count as of the end of day on Friday, August 9th: Hearts on Fire (Heartwarming Birthday Messages) by Vivek Kumar – 501 votes RED by Nicole Collet – 225 votes Passing Through […]

Interview with New York’s Famous “Book Man” Launches SOOP’s YouTube Channel

While en route to the mid-July launch for Life at 12 College Road, SOOP Founder Wade Fransson crossed paths with Andrew Johnson, the famous “Book Man” of Queensbridge. “Book Man”—who has a political science degree and a long history in the book business—has been selling books on the same street corner in this rough-and-tumble neighborhood […]

SOOP on Saturday: New Book Ideas for July 2014

Something or Other Publishing is excited to announce our latest new book idea submissions. Book ideas are the cornerstone of our unique author-driven platform, which gets great work from new authors in front of readers. So keep the ideas coming! Do you have a manuscript already in the works that you’d like to have published? If […]

SOOP on Saturday: The SOOP Top 10 for July 2014

Are you ready for some more SOOP on Saturday? Once again, it’s time to delve into our SOOP Top 10 book ideas. The SOOP Top 10 results are sorted by vote count as of the end of day on Friday, July 4th:  Hearts on Fire (Heartwarming Birthday Messages) by Vivek Kumar – 499 votes Passing Through […]

SOOP on Saturday: New Book Ideas for June 2014

Something or Other Publishing is pleased to highlight the latest new book ideas submitted to our site. Book ideas are the cornerstone of our unique author-driven platform, so the more ideas coming in, the better news for our readers. Do you have a manuscript already in the works that you’d like to have published? If so, we […]

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