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Selfpublishbooks announces its new media package

Selfpublishbooks is pleased to announce the details of a new service to offer to our writers. This package if selected will help our writers to market and promote their book. What the package includes: 1. An interview with an Irish-based journalist. The journalist will talk to you about your book and based on your answers will create a professional press release for you. The journalist will then send the press release to both local and national media with the aim of getting publicity for your book or book launch. When […]

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Imhappynow.com endorsed by The Department of Education

One of our writers, Diarmuid Hudner, received some very good news today from The Department of Education. “My new novel “Im Happy Now.Com” which deals with the highly sensitive topics of bullying, suicide, self-harming and substance abuse among teenagers and how they change their lives around has just been endorsed by The National Anti-Bullying Co-ordinator for the Department of Education.” Congratulations Diarmuid from everyone at selfpublishbooks.ie

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The Project Syndrome – Edmund Buckley

The Death of a Socialite explores the subconscious concerns of the protagonist Gareth Rafter as he feels helplessly propelled into the new millennia by an overwhelmingly corrupt society that he would rather not be part of. Gareth’s artistic ability seems to set him apart from his family and friends but his social circumstances and the emotional pit he has been digging for himself since he was a child seems too deep a plot for his escape into the riches and success that he obviously desires and so rightfully deserves. As […]

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How I learn – Helen Bullock

How I learn is a collection that was put together by Cork woman/Limerick resident teacher, Helen Bullock. The cover is illustrated by Thurles woman, Rachael Cooke. We learn something new everyday, or so the saying goes, but this new collection of personal stories proves that old adage to be true. A broad range of people inside and outside of Ireland have come together to explain what they learn and how they do it, and how we can learn from their experiences. #HowIlearn is a crowd sourced book featuring work from […]

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