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junior osbourne

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Dave Osbourne My Books-, My Journey, My life, My Valley.
Posted: Sep 2, 2017 3:56 PM
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Greetings to everyone. My first time on this community. I want to talk about 2 books i published with kdp.

The First is the: The Journey. The Journey speaks of a compelling and a true life story, of Dave Oliver Osbourne, from his birth to his rebirth in the Lord Jesus. The Journey reveals his life’s struggle from age 6 when his mother took ill with a mysterious ailment and was unable to walk. It chronicles his bitter experience as a child forced to live in a cruel world with no parental guidance, no education and no place to really call home. He was exposed to a world of violence, a world that lacked remorse. His story gives you a picture of what happens to a child left at the mercy of people. As you read, you feel his pain, his anger, hatred, bitterness, anguish and victory in overcoming the powers of darkness. This book is a must read. Through his testimony shared, you will be richly blessed as he unfolds the saving encounter with his saviour Jesus Christ and of having a change of life with an anointing upon his life as a deliverance minister. This book not only challenges you but motivates, inspires and causes you to get to know Jesus, His saving grace and His divine plans for your life.


The second is: Going through the Valley. Going through the Valley’ is a very inspiring book that speaks about our Christian walk as Children of God. We can define the Valley as any place, period, or situation that is filled with fear, gloom, foreboding, but at the end of our valley experiences we come out filled with love, God’s joy and fulfillment. Valley experiences are meant to make us better and stronger in our walk with God. Valleys are also places of fruitfulness. It’s a place where we meet with our father and maker face to face, a place where we grow and become transformed to His will. The valley experience is the path that leads us to our God given destiny. As you read this very interesting book, you will not only be challenged but will have a new perspective about the Valley, why we go through valleys and the benefits of going through the valley. As you prayerfully read this book, the Lord is going to give you insight and revelation.

Do read and take a look and please give me feedback on the books. The few churches i introduced the books as i travel around to minister got impacted with it when they bought and read them. They gave me good review on the books. I would like to get the authors and publishers in this community to take a look and give me a honest opinion and feedback. your honest opinion and feedback will be highly appreciated. thanks.

This is my store link: http://www.daveosbourneministries.org/store/

or you can go to amazon.com or kdp.amazon.com.

Edited by: junior osbourne on Sep 2, 2017 3:56 PM

jake ellwood

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Re: Dave Osbourne My Books-, My Journey, My life, My Valley.
Posted: Sep 2, 2017 4:21 PM   in response to: junior osbourne in response to: junior osbourne
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This is not the place to hawk your books. If you are looking for feedback as you state, that is done before the books are published and offered for sale.
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Re: Dave Osbourne My Books-, My Journey, My life, My Valley.
Posted: Sep 2, 2017 4:29 PM   in response to: junior osbourne in response to: junior osbourne
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Hi,

This is not a place for you to promote and try to sell your books. It is a place for self-publishers to discuss matters relating to self-publishing.

Many threads exist on how to market your books. Search them out and read them. There is also a wealth of information on the Internet in general, some of it helpful, some of it not.

Do realize, for your own well-being, that books on religion by unknown, uncredentialed (and by that I mean absent extraordinary life experience or scholarly background combined with a genuine gift for using the language, and/or a strong professional speaking platform) tend not to sell at all..
Ward Rogers

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Re: Dave Osbourne My Books-, My Journey, My life, My Valley.
Posted: Sep 2, 2017 4:52 PM   in response to: junior osbourne in response to: junior osbourne
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junior osbourne wrote:
Greetings to everyone. My first time on this community. I want to talk about 2 books i published with kdp.

The First is the: The Journey. The Journey speaks of a compelling and a true life story, of Dave Oliver Osbourne, from his birth to his rebirth in the Lord Jesus. The Journey reveals his life’s struggle from age 6 when his mother took ill with a mysterious ailment and was unable to walk. It chronicles his bitter experience as a child forced to live in a cruel world with no parental guidance, no education and no place to really call home. He was exposed to a world of violence, a world that lacked remorse. His story gives you a picture of what happens to a child left at the mercy of people. As you read, you feel his pain, his anger, hatred, bitterness, anguish and victory in overcoming the powers of darkness. This book is a must read. Through his testimony shared, you will be richly blessed as he unfolds the saving encounter with his saviour Jesus Christ and of having a change of life with an anointing upon his life as a deliverance minister. This book not only challenges you but motivates, inspires and causes you to get to know Jesus, His saving grace and His divine plans for your life.

The second is: Going through the Valley. Going through the Valley’ is a very inspiring book that speaks about our Christian walk as Children of God. We can define the Valley as any place, period, or situation that is filled with fear, gloom, foreboding, but at the end of our valley experiences we come out filled with love, God’s joy and fulfillment. Valley experiences are meant to make us better and stronger in our walk with God. Valleys are also places of fruitfulness. It’s a place where we meet with our father and maker face to face, a place where we grow and become transformed to His will. The valley experience is the path that leads us to our God given destiny. As you read this very interesting book, you will not only be challenged but will have a new perspective about the Valley, why we go through valleys and the benefits of going through the valley. As you prayerfully read this book, the Lord is going to give you insight and revelation.

Do read and take a look and please give me feedback on the books. The few churches i introduced the books as i travel around to minister got impacted with it when they bought and read them. They gave me good review on the books. I would like to get the authors and publishers in this community to take a look and give me a honest opinion and feedback. your honest opinion and feedback will be highly appreciated. thanks.

This is my store link: http://www.daveosbourneministries.org/store/

or you can go to amazon.com or kdp.amazon.com.

Edited by: junior osbourne on Sep 2, 2017 3:56 PM


Sorry, I didn't quite catch your general question about KDP publishing. Could you repeat it?

Well, mate, as you've probably figured out from the clamour, this isn't really the place to come and say, "Buy my book." In fact, the guidelines posted at the top of each sub-forum really discourage it. At most, you can post links under the Voice of the Author\Publisher forum, but I advise against it. It will alternately be savaged and lauded by writers who examine it under the microscope for all its weaknesses and strengths, and, yet, they will still not be your customers. There are places on the internet, particularly special interest groups on Facebook, where you can make such announcements, but it's important not to appear spammy, else your welcome might be chilly and short-lived. Good luck with your project.
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