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Richter Publishing is Pleased to Announce Newest Title, “Dysfunctional Blessing”

blessingExciting news from Richter Publishing this week! Our latest title, “Dysfunctional Blessing” by Shante Richardson has just hit Amazon!
This book represents the journey of a woman who was battered through abusive relationships, having a child as a teen, homelessness, and betrayal. The stops along this road are markers of change and a vision of innocence slipping away. However, it is through this journey that faith is born, reborn, and finally understood. This is the story of a survivor.

Grab your copy of this inspirational novel today!

If you’re going through a tough time, know that you’re not alone. Someone else has been there, and they have not only survived but have made a life worth living.

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Excited to Announce that Richter Publishing just Signed our Very First Children’s Author!

Very exciting news from the Richter Publishing team!! Our newest author that we have added to the roster is looking to get their children’s book out in the near future!



If you are interested in writing your own book – or have a manuscript ready, send it over to Richter Publishing for a FREE review! We always love editing, ghostwriting, and publishing for new authors that are looking to get their story out into the world. Let Richter Publishing help you create in the chaos and create something AWESOME!


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Richter Publishing’s Spotlight – “Dancing with Your Story from the Inside Out” by Arielle Giordano

Richter Publishing’s weekly spotlight is on our latest release – “Dancing with Your Story from the Inside Out” by Arielle Giordano!

dancingA journey of transformation and being your authentic self through stories, dance, and writing. 
Within every person lies their own life story, with their own unique interpretation of past and present events. Overtime we add meaning to these events and create our own stories. Eventually our interpretations become perceptions that prescribe our outlook on life.
But sometimes, as humans, we can make-believe or misinterpret certain events or situations and become the captive of our own misguided perceptions, as our real identities remain trapped inside us.
Arielle Giordano empowers you to Dance Your Story from the Inside Out by freeing yourself through dance so that you may finally release your authentic truth and break the shackles of silence with your body’s natural rhythms. At the end of each chapter, Giordano offers personal journaling and conscious reflection in conjunction with free-spirited dance. Giordano prescribes a practical means to self-discovery through fun and creative expressions.Together, the journaling, reflection, and dance assignments help unlock our stories and set our true selves free.

Get your copy of “Dancing with Your Story from Inside Out” today! Click here!

Join us this Sunday, May 7th 2017, at the Oxford Exchange 420 W. Kennedy Blvd Tampa FL 33606 for a book fair and to get a copy of Arielle’s new book. Details here:  https://oxfordexchange.com/pages/oe-book-fair 

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Richter Publishing Title Feature, “From Stand-up Comedian to Stand-up Teacher,” by Mike Rivera and Craig Sidorowicz

Blank white book w/pathThis week’s title spotlight is on Mike Rivera’s book, “From Stand-up Comedian to Stand-up Teacher” with Craig Sidorowicz that was published by Richter Publishing in 2016.

From “Stand-up Comedian to Stand-up Teacher” is the story of Mike Rivera, “America’s Most Hilarious Teacher.” Talented and experienced in the worlds of both comedy and teaching, Mike brings together the unique perspectives of a nationally touring stand-up comedian, and an award-winning teacher, with the purpose of invigorating today’s American classroom. He calls this “The Comedy/Teaching Craft” and “The STAND-UP Strategies.”

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“Readi- Set Go!” – Richter Publishing’s Newest Release!

Richter Publishing would like to announce our newest title release, “Readi- Set Go!: A Simple Guide to Establishing A Successful Small Business” by Stephanie A. Wynn and Jeffrey White! There are many good guides for starting a small business, but first-time authors Stephanie A. Wynn and Jeffrey White have created a concise roadmap that stands head and shoulders above others in the genre.
readiHere is a synopsis of “Readi- Set Go!”—
Do you dream of owning your own business but don’t know where to begin? Does the thought of being self-employed excite you, but scare you at the same time? Do you have an intense desire to run your own successful business? Are you tired of waiting on someone to give you a job and want to create one instead?Starting a business is difficult, but it’s not impossible. Gain valuable insight on the start-up process and running a successful business with this step by step guide. Learn about the critical first steps that many overlook when starting a business.

Are you READI to create a solid, reputable company?

Do you want to SET an example of what a successful business model looks like?

Are you willing to step out of your comfort zone and GO down the road many are afraid to travel?

Discover how to set yourself apart from the competition and become the amazing business that people not only want, but need!


Looking for a copy to launch your successful small business or get some guidance to boost your current company? Get your copy here!

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Write Every Spare Minute You Have

Young woman writing,sketching, by lakeYou need to take advantage of every spare moment you have to finish your book and write when you feel inspired. Once you get your thoughts spinning in your head you need to stop what you’re doing and write them down, even if its chicken scratch notes. If you don’t you may forget them or the thoughts will not be as intense as they were feeling at the moment. I composed my 2nd and 3rd books writing in small 5 to 10 minutes chunks in grocery stores, on the treadmill,  and on airplanes. I use the notepad app on my iPhone. I bought a blue tooth key board for $50 and carry it around with me so when I’m inspired I sit down and easily write it out. Once I’m done with my thoughts I email it to myself so when I get home, it’s sitting in my email box waiting for me so I don’t forget. Then I copy and paste it into my word document and clean it up.

Anytime you have an extra five minutes in your day, you need to write. Waiting in line to pick up the kids from school? Write on your smart phone or tablet. Walking on the treadmill? Jot some ideas down. Working out always gets ideas rolling in my head. Probably because of all the blood pumping through my veins and those feel-good endorphins flooding my body. I come up with some of my best material while working out. However , I don’t want to lose those racing thoughts!

Traveling soon? Airports is another great time to write. Just think about how many minutes you waste standing in line to be groped by security, flights that are delayed, sitting on the plane waiting for them to fuel up and damn where is that truck to push back the plane!   I was on a flight heading from Tampa to Nebraska one summer and I had my cool little portable Bluetooth keyboard with me. I was typing away on my iPhone, listening to music and having a grand ‘ol time. The couple next to me just kept staring out of the corner of their eyes. Trying to be sly, but not pulling it off. Finally I took my earbuds out so they could ask me that dying question, “Are you really writing on your iPhone?” I told them I’m an author and I how I compose most of my books with this method, they were amazed.

I have tried using the voice dictation option on my iPhone and my experience is that it does not work well. It doesn’t seem to understand what I’m saying and it makes more errors than it’s worth. Even though it would record my speaking quickly, editing all the errors out wasted way more time.  Also I realized that when I’m writing and thinking of what I want to say and how to say it, I pause and re-organize the thoughts in my head a lot. When I do this verbally it makes for a messy transcription to clean up. When I’m typing, I have more time to adjust my information while it goes from my brain to my fingertips to the laptop. So typing versus speaking works better for me. There may be better voice to text software out there and that may be an easier option for you. It doesn’t really matter how you do it, just finding your sweet spot is the key.

by Tara Richter

*This is an excerpt from her next book, “How to Write & Publish a Book for FREE” it will be available for purchase soon! Subscribe to the blog for updates on the process of the book.*

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Write Your Own Words

SignatureWhen one decides to sit down and write a book it is a daunting task. Most people at some point in time in their life want to write a book. Either it be from their life’s experiences or business purposes. I believe as humans we all have the desire to create. The only difference between the authors who have a book published and the ones who don’t is just taking the time to do it. There never is a right time to compose a novel. You will never have those extra minutes just looming over you. You have to create during chaos. You make the time and effort to make it happen. I have written, publish, designed and marketed three books in two years. I didn’t have time to do that while I was managing six properties and running a coaching business, but I did. I will share with you my process and how I utilized every minute to make it count and how I did it all without breaking the bank!

Some persons may think that a ghost writer is a better option for them because it will make it easier. That they will tell their story and have someone else write it. I do not agree with having someone else write your words for you. These are your stories, this is your pain or your happiness. No one can fully understand what you have lived through in life so they cannot express it on paper. Only you have experienced it. I had a ghost writer offer to write my first book, “10 Rules to Survive the Dating Jungle.” However, she wanted to make it fiction and I didn’t want to go in that direction. My book was composed of rules I made for myself after enduring divorce, losing my stepson, an entire lifetime of toxic unhealthy relationships.  She had no idea the pain and agony I went through with a controlling and verbally abusive husband. What it was like to put an end to abuse and to start loving myself. Only I knew what it felt like. So in order for me to tell my story and have it resonate and connect with the reader, my words had to come from me.

After someone reads my books I get lengthy emails telling me how much they enjoyed hearing my stories. How great it is to know someone else had gone through the same turmoil and came out positive and healthy on the other end. I have had fans I’ve never met waive me down at conventions and share with me their own stories. Why? Because when reading my words they felt a connection. It’s as if instead of reading a book, they were sitting down with their girlfriend exchanging stories over a cup of coffee. That is what is going to get you loyal followers. Once you make that deep personal connection with someone, they will never forget you who are. You will hold a special place their hearts because they understand what you have been through, how you succeeded or what mark you’ve made on earth.

Ghost writers are also very expensive and your story will not be as compelling, . I’ve read books that were written by ghost writers and some are just awful. I knew a lady who went through a very tragic experience as a child and she had a great story to tell. I was intrigued when talking to her and I really wanted to read her book. I was so excited when I acquired a copy I couldn’t wait to get home to read it. However, I was truly disappointed. I muddled through about a chapter and then I would have to put it down, it was so bad. You could tell the ghost writer was a decent writer, but the pain could not make a connection with me. In a story of tremendous catastrophe it should have been flooded with deep emotions. It should have made me cry.  I wanted the book to take me down that emotional rollercoaster, but the ghost writer couldn’t pull it off. I tried reading it five times, and well I still haven’t finished it. It’s a shame too. It would have been a great book if it would have come from her own heart and soul.

by Tara Richter

*This is an excerpt from her manual, “How to Write & Publish a Book Yourself” for purchase here.

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