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April 5, 2010: Presidential Veto Day, Lady Luck Day, Miracle Work Day, Go for Broke Day, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Day, Bell Bottoms Day, Week of the Young Child

Details on these days and 18,800 others! can be found in
John Kremer's Celebrate Today Special Events Data Files.

In this issue . . .
-- Real Fast Book Creation, Real Fast Book Marketing
-- specialty retailers
-- Breaking News: How to Tie Current Events in Your PR Pitch
-- Tweets you can use
-- Another way to benefit from the current iPad launch

 Real Fast Book Creation, Real Fast Book Marketing 
During last Wednesday's People You Should Know teleseminar with Daniel Hall, the InstantTeleseminar service cut us off. Not sure why. As a result, I wasn't able to cover Daniel's new program. So, Daniel and I are doing a special webinar on Wednesday, April 7th at noon, Eastern time; 9:00 a.m. Pacific time.

During this webinar, I'll be interviewing Daniel Hall on how to create books and other information products really fast. In turn, Daniel will interview me on 5 ways to sell books really fast. Each way to market your books that I will describe takes no more than 2 weeks to implement and start generating significant book sales.

This webinar is open to everyone, but the space is limited. Reserve your
webinar seat now at:

After you register, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to join the webinar.

In this double-header webinar event you'll discover how to:

  • Write a book people actually want to buy
  • Produce a high-quality book with practically no cash-outlay
  • Market your book quickly for maximum profits

specialty retailers
Here are some more retailers who offers books, audios, videos, gifts, and other items in a special are:

Folklore Store, Center for Southern Folklore, 123 S Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee 38103; 901-525-3655; Fax: 901-544-9965. Web: Features Southern biographies, children's books, culture, humor, history, novels, cookbooks, music, art, photography, etc.

Glenda's Knit Knook, 2729 Lycoming Mall Drive #3, Muncy, Pennsylvania 17756; 570-546-9550. Email: Web: Knitting books and supplies.

Guardian Angel Gift Shoppe, 1116 Market Street, Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701; 570-323-0340. Email: Religious and inspirational gifts and books.

Now We're Cooking, 457 River Avenue, Williamsport, Pennsylvania 17701; 507-322-0700. Fax: 507-322-0400. Email: Web: Cookbooks and cooking supplies.

Our Gathering Place Quilt Shop, 936 Plaza Drive, Montoursville, Pennsylvania 17754; 570-368-1130. Email: Web: Quilting books and supplies.

The Village Toymaker, Rose Ostrow, Store Manager, Children's Museum of Memphis, 2525 Central Avenue, Memphis, Tennessee 38104-5926, 901-458-2678; store: 901-320-3166. Email: Web: Children's toys, gifts, and books.

Breaking News: How to Tie Current Events in Your PR Pitch
April 7th - Michelle Tennant Nicholson, founder of Wasabi Publicity,,, and

Topic: Breaking News: How to Tie Current Events into Your Pitch for Maximum Relevance and Impact

If you'd like to take part in this informative series of teleseminars, you can sign up for less than $1 per seminar here:

For more information on the people and topics for upcoming teleseminars,
click here:

Tweets you can use
Here are a few more John Kremer-related tweets you might find of value:

=> Why April Fool's Day? - It's the result of a change in new years day in 1564 -

=> RT @FreelanceFolder 50+ Free Resources for Writers, Bloggers, and Other Freelancers -

Another way to benefit from the current iPad launch
The iPad launch this past week is drawing tons of media and consumer attention. If you'd still like to tie into that interest, you could try the strategy of Gerry Czarnecki.

His fourth leadership book, Lead with Love, is being published on April 6th. Anyone who helps promote his book on April 7th will be entered into a contest to win one of two new iPads. A third winner (for authors only) could win a chance to appear on national TV to promote her book.

For more information on his book promotion sweepstakes, click here:

More iPad/iPhone info

How to Develop a Simple iPhone App & Submit It to iTunes:

Quotable Books
Sometimes when I consider what tremendous consequences come from little things, I am tempted to think there are no little things. Bruce Barton

More great quotes and quotable books at

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