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New book by Melissa G Wilson

New book by Melissa G Wilson

 

This book should be coming out soon. It will be a free book I offer to subscribers of our newsletter. I am writing it because I’ve had many times in my life where I have taken what I call “The Faith Fall.” Have you had that experience? You are way out on that limb of sadness and you just want to have hope and trust that something good will come your way–sooner, rather than later. That’s what this book is about.

 

 

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The mashup has existed for ages, though the term only became fashionable in the past decade. Its recent, renewed popularity in the entertainment and technology industries proves blending the tried-and-true with innovation is a successful means to communicate with the masses. Literature is no exception. Take Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. Need we say more?

Author Melissa G. Wilson has breathed new life into the art form with Masters Mashup. Her book dives into and dissects the uncanny parallel lives of the King of Sonnets and the King of Horror and proposes fascinating mashups using several of their own masterpieces.

What do William Shakespeare and Stephen King, born hundreds of years apart, have in common? You may be surprised.

Discover shared themes, interesting influences, eerie connections and key turning points in their careers. Looking for a juicy scandal? You get that, too. Wilson discusses several controversial incidents, debauchery and the dark matters each master wrestled with.

This is the exciting introduction into a planned series by Melissa G. Wilson. She has written fifteen books, including Networlding, which held a #10 Amazon spot for an entire year. She and her organization, Networlding—created as a result of her bestselling book, provide a comprehensive service for thought leaders who want to create breakthrough books, self-published or published traditionally.

 

 

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What do Marie Antoinette, former Queen of France, and Madonna, the Queen of Pop have in common? These two women are no strangers to the lives of opulence, royalties, and public scrutiny, but how do their lives truly compare to one another? Both governed by head-strong mothers and deep religious upbringings, this mashup will examine the turning points in their lives, the people that influenced them, and the major events that occurred later in their biographies to paint the fullest picture of who these Queens actually were.

Dive into this mashup and learn more and have more fun learning at the same time. The mashup has existed for ages, though the term only became fashionable in the past decade. Its recent, renewed popularity in the entertainment and technology industries proves blending the tried-and-true with innovation is a successful means to communicate with the masses. Literature is no exception.

Author Melissa G. Wilson explores how each woman was inspired and molded by the cultural and artistic norms of their times and how each struggled to break the barriers imposed on them by the men in their lives.

Here is the second book in this cool new series by Melissa G. Wilson. She has written fifteen books, including Networlding, which held a #10 Amazon spot for an entire year. She and her organization, Networlding—created as a result of her bestselling book, provide a comprehensive service for thought leaders who want to create breakthrough books, self-published or published traditionally. Her passion though lies in helping new adults get better starts in their careers. To this end she donate half of her earnings to mentoring and apprenticing as many new adults as she can, yearly, in the book publishing and marketing field.