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Psychic Circle ~ Souls Entwined

Monday, March 28, 2011

Ghostly Images in Gettysburg!

D. L. Cocchio
In Gettysburg, doing some historical research and ghost hunting.Got some amazing ghostly images in my photos. Great fodder for a book!

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Sunday, March 20, 2011

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Be Careful What You Wish For is Republished through Createspace

Hi Fans,
Just to let you know, my first book, Be Careful What You Wish For , now has a new cover and has been re-published through Magic Moon Press via Createspace. I'm really excited! Working with this new publisher has been a great experience. The reprinted version has more than 20 more pages of text, not in the original book. I got a chance to revise the story too. Lots of new scenes and a whole new chapter too.
Can't wait for you to read it.

The second book in the Amulet Series, Magic By Moonlight is doing well! Thank you for all of your support. Sales are climbing every day, and you are making that happen! I am working on getting it made into an e-book for Kindle and Nook. The sky's the limit!

E-books for Children?

D. L. Cocchio , author of Magic By Moonlight said...

As a former teacher, I truly believe there is nothing like having that paperback in your hands, but with the technology of e-books and Kindles, often families will get an e-reader for the whole family to share and will download books for their children. Why not take advantage of a good situation to get your kids reading!! Currently I am working with Amazon to also offer my books in Kindle Format. You can check out my books at:

Sunday, March 6, 2011

Children's Book Review - Be Careful What You Wish For by D.L. Cocchio

Here's a book review on my first book- Be Careful What You Wish For, reviewed on a popular blog, Maria's Space. Check it out!

Friday, March 4, 2011

Changing a PDF file to HTML

For about a week now, I have been trying to figure out how to change a PDF file to HTML since you need to have an HTML file to make an E-book or Kindle. I've tried by searching the Internet for tips or programs and ended up downloading free programs that wouldn't work. After uninstalling those programs, I stumbled across the answer on a Technical Blogger's site: His blog post basically said to use your Gmail account to send your file to yourself at Gmail. When you open it up, click "view as HTML" link next to your attachment. Then save it to your harddrive. But you have to edit that file in the end because the conversion takes out all of your indents and photos.It was so easy. Hope this helps some of you out there!