DonnaInk Publications and dpInk Ltd. Liability Company
Founder and President DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. (www.donnaink.com) a small women-owned traditional Indie publishing house with over thirty (30) authors; and, Founder, CEO and President of dpInk Ltd. Liability Company (www.donnalquesinberry.com) a business development, capture administration and senior proposal architecture enterprise.
DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. announces representation and impending release of author Ed Tasca’s latest novel.
NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, January 5, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry, CEO – President and Founder of DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. announced representation of author Ed Tasca and shares: “Mr. Tasca’s nonsense humor is highlighted in the unique project, “GOOD MORNING, Why Is Everyone Here Naked,” showcasing wordsmithing that is a delight for book lovers of all ages. Ed charms readers by brandishing his satirical pen coupled with zany illustrations.
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From 1983-1986, Cliff was a major label songwriter and re-cording artist. In 2007, Cliff co-wrote songs with Grammy-nominated pop producer and author, Ford. This is the second edition release of his title, “The Broken Looking Glass”
NEW YORK – March 21, 2019 – PRLog — DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. is releasing Author Cliff Hill’s title, “The Broken Looking Glass: An American Adventure” in second edition April of 2019. Mr. Hill is one of DonnaInk’s original authors from 2012 – 2013 . . . the 2nd Edition is being released through the Pashar Sage Press Imprint (look for Elephant Zen). This is an interesting title about self-discovery that is associative to J. D. Salinger’s works. This edition is reformatted, with new cover design and the authors’ changes that expand on the original theme.
About the book: “Through the Broken Looking Glass: An American Adventure,” combines the perspective of the author with…
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Are you an engine or an anchor? by Ms. Donna L. Quesinberry, National Writing Examiner . . .
When considering wordsmiths – both an engine and an anchor sound equally engaging. You may desire to drive your reader to greater heights of understanding but you also might desire readers remain synced in and focused on content. Is one better than the other? If we were talking relationships, such as those Sunil Bali discusses in his titles:
- The Book of Awesome Humour: Quite Simply, One of the Funniest Books Ever1 Apr 2012 | Kindle eBook by Sunil Bali
- The Art of Awesome Living: An Inspirational Guide On How To Achieve More Success, More Easily, With Less Stress1 Apr 2012 | Kindle eBook by Sunil Bali
- Mind, Set & Match: How To Do The Work That You Were Born To Do1 Apr 2012 | Kindle eBook by Sunil Bali
then the engine is our best friend and we’d favor the engine over the anchor:
There comes a time when you have to decide whether the other person in the relationship is an engine that drives you forward, or is an anchor that weighs you down. A ship is designed to take you places, so if your friendship, partnership, or relationship isn’t taking you anywhere, then its time to abandon ship!