Peter A Azaare launched his second book The Success Formula (formatted and digitally published by Seanchaí ePublishing) recently in South Africa. Peter A Azaare is the founder of PAWC; Born with the passion to contribute to humanity, Peter was enrolled into the Ghanaian army in the year 2007. After which, he took part in joint military training organized by the United States Marine Corps and the Spanish Marine Corps during the inauguration of the Africa Partnership Station. In 2009, he served as a military member in the United Nations peacekeeping mission in Liberia.
Peter left the army in 2012, to pursue his beliefs in God and purpose in his life. He has a loving wife called Yvonne Abraham and two lovely children Dominion and Divine.
His launch and book signing of The Success Formula took place in his Wisdom Centre and he has since been publicising his latest release on radio and television shows. See below:
This is Peter A Azaare the author of “The Kingdom of God Passport Revealed”. I am writing you this letter today to thank you not based specifically on the professionalism that you showed on my book, but the patience that you had with me during the time of start to the time of completion.
Today if I stand the chance of been a reviewer, I would recommend your effort as not just the best e publisher, but excellent in terms of professionalism and delivery. Thank you, I was very pleased with the final work and cant wait to working with you on my second book “Jesus is life” God bless you.
Peter A Azaare author of “The Kingdom of God passport Revealed”
Digital Publishing (e-Publishing) encompasses many forms of publishing ranging from web and social media content, online magazines and newspapers, blogs, e-books and many more forms of digital media. It is an environmental friendly form of publishing that is instantaneously accessed and does not require the use of printing or paper. Making it attractive for both publishers and consumers as prices are generally lower due to lower production costs. Digitally published work is usually accessed via a screen and can be viewed via the internet; on websites, in emails, via digital retailers, on memory sticks (usb), digital disks and on any digital viewing or reading multi-media device.
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Digital media is a popular form of accessing information and with the onset of e-reading devices and applications readily accessible for all budgets it has become a very popular method of reading. Market research indicates that half of all reading material, magazine and newspaper circulation is via digital delivery. Benefits of this can include instant delivery, lower paper and printing costs as well as less impact on the environment. Digital Publishing can be an excellent way for an author to gain a following and has become extremely popular for self-published authors. Readers are ditching their printed book collections and acquiring digital library collections – on devices or clouds – of e-books. This is especially popular for holiday reading; as one device can offer thousands of books to choose from. It is an excellent way for businesses to keep overheads low as employee and training manuals can be distributed to staff and works can be accessed seamlessly with click-able tables of contents and indexes.
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What does this mean for writers and self-publishing?
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There are a few downsides to this and that is because the author has complete autonomy over their work they are responsible for their own proof-reading, editing, design, formatting and promotional work. This can be extremely time consuming and for some, the technical and promotional side of things would be better left to more I.T. savvy, designers and marketing experts. This is where Seanchaí ePublishing can come to the rescue and provide self-published authors with all the services they require to format, publish, distribute and market their work at an affordable price.
Day six of Seanchaí ePublishing’s celebration of Irish Literature brings you the one and only Roddy Doyle. Doyle, an Irish novelist, dramatist and screenwriter who graduated with a Batchelor of Arts from University College Dublin and spent several years teaching English and Geography before becoming a full time writer.
He is author of the successful Barrytown Trilogy (The Commitments, The Snappper and The Van) all three were adapted and co-adpated into successful films by Doyle. He wrote a stage adaption for The Commitments which is currently a successful West End musical. His other works include a further eight novels, memoirs, children’s books and short stories. He won the booker prize for Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha in 1993.
“It was a sign of growing up, when the dark made no more difference to you than the day.”
~ Roddy Doyle, Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
“She’d tried her hand at most things, but drew the line at honesty.”
~ Roddy Doyle, Yeats Is Dead!: A Mystery by 15 Irish Writers
“Some of the people who look the most normal are probably the maddest people trying to look normal.”
~ Roddy Doyle
“I tend to plan as I write. And I want to leave myself open and the character open to keep on going until it seems to be the time to stop.”
~ Roddy Doyle