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"A writer's job is to take one thing and make it stand for twenty." ~ Virginia Woolf

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Celery Tree!

C is of course for Celery Tree, the online bookstore that everybody's talking about. Well, actually 4 people are talking about it, according to the Celery Tree Facebook page hehe.

Want to know more? Check out the website, Celerytree.com.

Follow the Celery Tree blog.

Like us on Facebook.

Especially if you are an author with a book to sell, you will want to check out Celery Tree!

Tomorrow, D is for the book Daughter of the Drunk at the Bar by Michelle O'Neill, a book for sale on Celerytree.com that is absolutely fabulous.

And then we arrive to E for Editing. That thing that every book must have.

47 comments:

  1. Huh... I've never heard of Celery Tree. Thanks for sharing this!

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  2. I'll have to check out Celery Tree also--I've got a PB coming out next spring...

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  3. Hoorah for Celery Tree!!! Take care
    x

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  4. You've created a special niche that's working. Yay!

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  5. Love Celery Tree. The name is so unique.

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  6. Hi Karen .. I must update my profile on Celery Tree .. I do think it's a brilliant idea .. and hope you get lots of exposure through the A - Z .. cheers Hilary

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  7. *Have not heard of Celery Tree before. I'm off to check it out!

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  8. Thanks for the tip, I will check it out!

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  9. You are sooooo good for BOOKS and BOOK Lovers. Thanks for the Links. Looking forward to D E F and the rest of your April A to Z's....Sue

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  10. Celery hearts? Yes. Celery tree? Not so sure. Bears further investigation.

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  11. All new to me, I'm off to check it out. Really catchy name!

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  12. Definately saved it in my faves. I love the fact it is broken down into the genres for easy searching :)Thanks for sharing

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  13. Of course C is for the Celery Tree and how could so many bloggers not have heard about it!!

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  14. Definitely checking this out!

    Pearl

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  15. I love the look of Celery Tree and the books sounded really interesting. I have bookmarked it.

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  16. I'd never heard of this before, but I'm definitely going to check it out.

    Thanks for commenting on my post!

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  17. Munching on your Woolf quote ...

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  18. I've never heard of Celery Tree either. I'm going over right now to find out all about it.

    Thanks!

    Best regards,
    Donna

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  19. One of these days I'll be on over to Celery Tree, I promise!

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  20. Thanks for the heads up about Celery Tree. Very good reading.

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  21. Well, now you'll have another person talkin about it because always looking for bookstores to carry my book. I will have to tell my marketing person--AKA hubby! Thanks for that tid-bit!

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  22. Fantastic organization, Karen... I can't wait to have a book so I can sign right up!

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  23. Celery Tree offers more opportunities for authors to be seen and read. Great post, Karen.

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  24. Celery Tree is cool thanks for the link and your post - I will be joining that community.
    Billie
    Glad to see what you are up to in the A to Z challenge as well.

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  25. Oooh, I'm going to have to go visit Celery Tree!!

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  26. Ah, a natural fit for the letter "C".

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  27. Thank you, I will keep that in mind, just in case. :-)

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  28. Hahahaha! I just left Pearson Report where I posted about chocolate and hopped over here where the first word I see is celery. Glad it's a bookstore and not the food.

    ScribblesFromJenn
    Happy A to Z-ing!

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  29. Thanks for the "C" information. I went to Celerytree.com and signed up. I hope they accept my book.

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  30. C, the best letter yet. Go Celery Tree :-)

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  31. Great information, I heard about Celery tree on another blog and intended to check in to it then lost the link. Talk about good timing.

    *~MAJK~*
    Safireblade.com
    A to Z CHallenge

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  32. I'd never heard of Celery Tree before (fun name!), but it sounds like a great resource.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Jocelyn

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  33. Thank you for the link to Celery Tree, it is an important place. Wonderful resource.

    Thanks for visiting!

    Archna

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  34. Thanks for the prompt, Karen. I've followed and will probably be calling on your help in a couple of months!

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  35. I love learning new things whenever I visit a blog. Thanks for sharing the link to Celery Tree!

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  36. Great! I haven't heard of Celery Tree before. Can't wait to check it out!

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  37. Celery Tree! What a perfect entry for C day :)

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  38. I checked out Celery Tree. It is a great website. Cool post!

    Stacey~

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  39. I love celery! Perhaps I'll love celery tree too. Thanks for the tip!
    Leigh @oneandoneequalstwinfun.com
    #970 of challenge :)

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  40. Celery is best with peanut butter. But books don't seem to like it much. :)

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  41. Celery Tree - cool name. Off to check it out. Waving from my position in the high 600's on the A to Z.

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  42. I'm a new visitor from the "Blogging from A to Z" challenge. Love your book-related posts. Great information. Excellent writing. Looking forward to what you do with the rest of the alphabet! =)

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  43. I shall add myself on as someone talking about Celery Tree (so that makes 5 :-)). Great website, even better concept. I shall follow along with you ... even beyond A to Z.

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