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  • RELATIONSHIP MARKETING – WHAT IS IT? November 19, 2017 Posted in: Book marketing - RELATIONSHIP MARKETING In his book, Book Marketing is Dead, Derek Murphy tells us all about what Relationship Marketing is. The book is a gem and it’s currently free. Derek encapsulates his philosophy when quoting D’vorah Lansky, from Book Marketing Made Easy. “Demonstrate that you care about people first and making money second, and your business […]
  • How to build a tropical garden in Thailand for only $400 November 12, 2017 Posted in: Environment & Nature, Thailand - Before I begin let me say that this is not a tropical garden tutorial, otherwise I would have had to post in episodes which I didn’t want to do. If there are any aspects you would like more detail on please comment and I will do my best to explain. Preparation I started with a […]
  • Self-publishing – is the traditional way under threat? November 3, 2017 Posted in: Book publishing - The article below is written by Roz Morris – Nail Your Novel. It should give authors who may be considered rough diamonds all the encouragement they need to pursue a career in self-publishing. The real schedule of a self-published book A report of the Frankfurt Book Fair in The Hot Sheet caught my eye this week, […]
  • Jodi Arias – Where does she stand 10 years on? October 26, 2017 Posted in: Human Rights - This post is a comment on the information published by abc NEWS regarding the impending appeal of the convicted Jodi Arias.
  • A Koh Samui trip may turn out to be your best ever island holiday. September 18, 2017 Posted in: Thailand - Koh Samui trip Sarah Marshall is the content writer for Horizon Homes, a property and relocation company based in Koh Samui, Thailand.  She has kindly written this guest post about a Koh Samui trip I am sure some of jamoroki’s readers may enjoy. When she is not busy at work, she can be seen travelling […]
  • What is the truth behind the continuing persecution of the Rohingya? September 13, 2017 Posted in: Human Rights - Latest Rohingya crises update from AVAAZ "Very few had heard of Rwanda until 800,000 people were dead. And right now in Burma, the Rohingya people are being massacred --they’re even beheading tiny children. Shockingly, the army behind the killing is supported by countries like Britain, Germany and Italy" Embed from Getty Images An eye for […]
  • WordPress site self-hosting – changing is not so easy? September 8, 2017 Posted in: Blogs & websites, Information & Opinion - We are told it is easy to migrate to WordPress site self-hosting from WordPress.com to WordPress.org. That may be the case if you have some technical expertise. If you haven’t then there are some things you should be aware of when you decide it’s time to self-host your WordPress website or blog before moving it […]
  • Melancholy August 12, 2017 Posted in: Poetry - Greater discontent Richard never felt, Than the bleakness I feel now. The taut white face of winter longs to melt, In the gentle arms of spring. Long days of summer never cease, And refuse the hour to sleep. A twig snaps on the forest floor, A startled deer looks up to see. Sad is the […]
  • Edge of Life July 8, 2017 Posted in: Poetry - I won’t come from the mountain, While days they are still long. I can’t come from the mountain, Until my work is done. I’ve still got my marbles, But my balls are getting weak. My eyes are somewhat hazy. Thank God that I can speak. If I am the first to leave, I’m sorry for […]
  • Heaven’s call June 9, 2017 Posted in: Poetry - If I could recall one moment in time, That was more vital and more passionate. Tempests have smoothed sandstone and lime And new tenants now in short and long relate. Where once our passion burned with deep intent, Now wrinkled and dimmed with furrowed brow. All sweet and youthful features then are spent, As time […]