JAMES MOUSHON: Generosity Runs Supreme on the Blogosphere
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For an author, much good can come from participating in a boxed set. Exposure, of course, is the number one benefit. In addition, another title is automatically added to your stable. But by far what I found to be the most rewarding gift I received when I joined the set of, “Love In Times Of War,” was meeting new authors who have now become friends. It also brought James Moushon. A fine novelist in his own right as well as a consummate reviewer/blogger/promoter, as soon as I ‘met’ him he proved to be incredibly supportive of me and so many others. After giving reviews for each author in this particular boxed set, he then invited every one of us onto his blog, where he proceeded to interview and create very nice looking, well composed promotional posts.
That wasn’t all. To my delight, he continued on with this path of generosity. Without my even asking him, he presented a couple of other books of mine, always with the thoughtful comment in his email informing me of his newest post about me: “Please let me know if you need anything else from me.”
In short, how could I not include him on my KINDNESS KORNER? So thank you so much, James, for your largesse and extreme kindness to those of us in the Indie Author world.
James Moushon is a Mystery writer, Author Advocate, and a Book Publishing Blogger. His blogs recently passed ONE MILLION views.
Starting over 15 years ago, he helped lead the startup of the electronic forms industry in the creation, conversion and usage of electronic forms by supplying that industry with a continuing source of published literature, software products and training seminars.
In 2003, Moushon changed his focus to ebooks and their development.
He is the author of the Jonathon Stone Mystery Novels. He has published three books: Black Mountain Secrets, Game of Fire and The Cajun Ghost plus several short stories including Operation No Sanctuary (June 2017), Operation Camp Navajo (July 2017), and Operation Asian Tiger (August 2017). All featuring CIA Agent Jonathon Stone.
A Jonathon Stone Mystery Short Story Winter 2017 has been released:
Operation Sundown (November 2017), Operation Little Havana (December 2017), and Operation Listen Close (January 2018). All featuring CIA Agent Jonathon Stone.
You can find his blogs at:
HBS Author’s Spotlight http://bit.ly/QVEMix
The blog’s purpose is to help authors get exposure in the book publishing industry. He has interviewed and showcased over 600 authors to date.
HBS Mystery Reader’s Circle http://bit.ly/19Nfrx8
The HBS Mystery Reader’s Circle provides information about the latest novels and what is coming next from a collection of Bestselling and Outstanding Authors in the Mystery, Thrillers, Historical Fiction and Crime genre.
eBook Author’s Corner http://bit.ly/TauYkJ
The Corner is a collection of Author advice and studies including Marketing, Social Media and other major topics created to help writers in today’s everchanging world of book publishing.
He has spent the majority of his adult life developing computer systems and thinking about writing mysteries.
His website is: http://www.jamesmoushon.com
To contact him, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: James Moushon – Mystery Writer
Author’s Blog: eBook Author’s Corner
HBS Author’s Spotlight
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For an author, much good can come from participating in a boxed set. Exposure, of course, is the number one benefit. In addition, another title is automatically added to your stable. But by far wha…