ABOUT THE BOOK
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Night in Erg Chebbi and Other Stories spans the globe, taking us from Belfast to Brazil, Morocco to Manhattan. The teenaged daughter of an IRA assassin flees Northern Ireland only to end up in Baby Doc’s terrifying Haiti. An American woman who’s betrayed her brother only to lose him to a Taliban bullet comes face to face with her…
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MEET THE AUTHOR
Kelly teaches Digital Media and Web Development in a CA Community College and works as a Sr. Software Engineer for an online gaming company. She invents cooking products and wrote Cookies for Grown-Ups to be published by Red Rock Press in early Fall 2012. Kelly has an EdD in Organizational Leadership, a Masters in Human Resources and Organizational Development, and a B.S. in Organizational Behavior from the University of San Francisco. She lives in San Jose, CA and in a desert town west of Las Vegas, with her husband Curt.
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On Pinterest, think about the adventure and exploration of what you do. How is your bakery different? What are the stories of your recipes? Photos of your customers? Great times spent baking? Fun experiments with flavor? Events where your cakes and pastries are enjoyed? Places and people in your community?
Constantly benchmark back to your adjectives from questions 1 and 2. Generously pin your customers and events in your area. Think of Pinterest as you keeping your extended family of friends, customers, and potential customers up to date with how you are, how the bakery is doing, and the adventures of your business. Let people get to know you. Be sincere. Be available.
Yes, you'll be loading images from your computer. Yes, you'll be pinning images of others. Don't wander off into the many cool images that don't continue your message...
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