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DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. announces representation and impending release of author Ed Tasca’s latest novel.

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GOOD MORNING, Why Is Everyone Here Naked? an alternate ending adventure from author, actor, comedian Ed Tasca promises to give readers a hero’s welcome . . .

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, January 5, 2019 / — 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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DonnaInk Publications to re-release author Cliff Hill’s title, “The Broken Looking Glass”

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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 YORKMarch 21, 2019PRLog — 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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DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. releases, “Through the Broken Looking Glass”

Through the Broken Looking GlassMr. Hill’s latest book, “Through the Broken Looking Glass” is available in print at this time. Ebook is slated to be released in the not too distant future.

Backstory: They say Philadelphia is a dangerous place. Most of the people I had met were afraid of the area where the shelter is located. I felt no danger or fear. I was at peace. Over the previous years of my life, I had discovered there were far more dangerous places to be. In 1963, the hospital delivery room at My Lady of the Lake Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana had offered more possible danger to my survival – but somehow, I managed to survive that experience.

Somehow, I had survived many dangerous and potentially lethal situations. I had cheated death many times. I had grown comfortable in places others considered dangerous. The truth was; for the most part, I felt safer and more comfortable lying on the ledge in Philadelphia than any other place I had been in the previous 48 years of my life.

As I was headed north on a greyhound bus one week earlier; it had occurred to me that Philadelphia was the place of the conception and birth of the American Colonist’s quest for liberty and transformation . . .

Later, it had also occurred to me that my quest for liberty and transformation had become a journey into the heart of what America had become; AND, it appeared it would end in the city where America had begun.



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Introducing author Clifton (Cliff) Hill

DonnaInk Publications, L.L.C. is pleased to introduce author Clifton (Cliff) Hill and his new title release, “Through the Broken Looking Glass.”

Welcome him today!


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Motivational Coach Chip Esajian

CATCH  THE  PRESENT“You can never catch the present living in the past!” – Chip Esajian

One of the greatest lessons you can learn from the past is how to live victoriously and gratefully in the present, to create a greater future; so that you never have to regret the past.

If you’re stuck in the mud of the past you won’t be able to thrive in the miracle of the present!   Don’t live in the mistakes and regrets of your past.   The past cannot change, but you can change your present by not repeating the past.    Encourage yourself in the wonderful opportunities before you, right now, in your present.   This is your day to speak and think victory into the moments of your day!

Know that when you woke up this morning, it was a new day to plant new seeds for a victorious harvest.   Why not just expect wonderful things…

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You are Special

Prayers and Promises

I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;
your works are wonderful,
I know that full well.

My frame was not hidden from you
when I was made in the secret place,
when I was woven together in the depths of the earth.

Your eyes saw my unformed body;
all the days ordained for me were written in your book
before one of them came to be. (Psalm 139:14-16)

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How to Generate Ideas: The Writer’s Battle Plan Against Writer’s Block

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The enemy: writers’ block. It’s that moment when the creative juices dry up; your creative muse goes mute. You hammer out pages of words on your keyboard only to hate and delete them all. Or you avoid even looking at your computer screen because the blinking cursor taunts you. You could have written 165 pages of material and be halfway to the finish line, or you may have written one sentence. It can strike at any time. This is why every writer needs a good battle plan.Writer’s-Block

  • Tactic #1: Change your self-defeating attitude. The biggest hang-up for writers when they face writers’ block is the belief that they can’t write anymore. “Can’t” is a powerful word that breeds discouragement and a sense of failure. Don’t ever believe the lie writers’ block is telling you, that you can’t write. You might not be writing as well; you may not be a…

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