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Part of self-publishing your book is getting the Word formatting right. Here's my short guide to it: http://www.brandonmdennis.com/createspace-formatting/
You can significantly reduce the printing cost of your book, and thereby increase your profits, by doing some simple formatting to your Word document.
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It's 1am and I'm awake, but at least it's officially Christmas! Merry Christmas kiddos! Don't forget to torment your folks while opening presents by playing my geeky Christmas album. I hope you have an amazing! http://www.oxhorn.com/music/oxhorns-christmas-for-geeks/
Buy it Here ITUNES U.S. Australia/N.Z. Canada UK/European Union Japan SPOTIFY Amazon MP3 Rhapsody Napster Zune Want a Hard Copy? Here You Go! Oxhorn’s Christmas for Geeks CD at Amazon.com Track...Read More
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I just added an Start Here introduction section to the blog. Worth a look, see here: http://www.bloggingwithclass.com/start-here/
New to Blogging with Class? Start here to learn more about this blog and the things I write about.
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Lots of folks ask me if I can help them publish their book. Well, I went and wrote a comprehensive but short guide for it. Read it here: http://www.brandonmdennis.com/createspace-review/
Publish your paperback novel to Amazon using CreateSpace with this handy guide. CreateSpace is the fastest, cheapest, and easiest way to self-publish.
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Merry Christmas kiddos! Don't forget to torment your folks while opening presents by playing my geeky Christmas album. I hope you have an amazing! http://www.oxhorn.com/music/oxhorns-christmas-for-geeks/
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Classy people do not put stickers on their cars. They recognize that the color of the car is embellishment enough, and anything beyond it is just extra weight. Bumper stickers don’t make the car go faster, and if the car designers had planned on bumper stickers adding to the æsthetic appeal of the car, they would have provided them.

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Blogging with Class is a blog by Oxhorn (Brandon M. Dennis), author of the popular animated movies Oxhorn Brand Movies. This blog is a community where like-minded people chat about classy pursuits relating to news, dress, politics, religion, science and whatnot. Be sure to catch Oxhorn's weekly live broadcast, Scotch & Smoke Rings.

Since Blogging with Class is a classy blog, trolling is strictly prohibited. Participants, even those who disagree, are encouraged to be classy while expressing their opinion with the utmost self restraint.

There is a difference between being classy and being ethical. While not all un-classy things are un-ethical, all classy things are indeed ethical. This blog is not an attempt to make more people ethical, but simply by making them classy, they become ethical.

We reminisce about a bygone day of classiness and aim at making ourselves more classy by looking to people from that day.