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Imagine a scenario where a swat team is at a hostage situation
in a suburban home. A man is holding a family hostage.

The SWAT team arrives and a perimeter is set up around the 
house. The captain has people set up to be able to see into each 
window.

After surveying the situation, the captain speaks into his radio 
and then shouts now!

Screams are heard from inside the house, a group of SWAT
members batter down the door and bring out a scratched up
man. Blood is streaming down his face from what looks like
hundreds of scratches.

The captain, when asked what he did, explained to the media:

"I surveyed the situation, and my team acted quickly. They
shined their laser scopes into the house through the windows
and moved them around the gunman’s face, whereupon the 
cats in the house did the rest!"

While the captain in this story used what was at his disposal
to get his desired result, we sometimes miss some obvious 
tools we could be using to get the word out about our blogs,
niche sites or even our own products.

That is why I got excited about the Virtual Seminar that my
friend Ross Goldberg is holding this month!

Ross has gathered 10 of the top experts in all aspects of
Lead Generation.

They will be showing you what has made them successful
as lead generating ninjas, and the price to get in is less than
the cost to take your family to the movies!

http://wsoinsiders.com/go/lead-gen-summit/

Hope I see you there!

Micheal & Yvonne

http://wsoinsiders.com/ross-goldberg-announces-new-virtual-seminar.html/

I love reading fiction. When it is well written, it grabs you from where you are sitting and pulls you violently into the story. You feel the tension being laid out thick like the mortar on the bricklayer’s trowel. The descriptions bloom in your mind so that you actually see what is being described.

That can explain why we feel sort of let down when we see a movie that does not accurately portray the landscapes, the architecture and the people in our favorite stories. How someone can go from being a blonde girl to an African American male from book to movie is beyond me, but it somehow impacts our created world and shatters it into rubble.

Those who like to write fiction can see things that rest of us cannot. Their minds are fertile greenhouses where they plant seeds, nurture the budding ideas and prune them once they are fully fleshed out, so that only the most marvelous parts are visible to the mind’s eye.

My hope is to attract some fiction writers to the Author Development Blog so that we can learn from each other.

I have some good ideas for stories, and will be working on them here as well!

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