Ugly Stargazer Fish Publishes Best From Blogs, Authors, and Speakers

March 25, 2011

Readers worldwide will soon be plugging a personalized “library on a card” into their smart phones and hand-held computer devices. The innovative, consumer-driven idea launched from the StargazerSDAnthologies.com web site carries with it the “ugliest fish” you’ll ever see. The creators’ focus is to propel new and established blogs, authors, and speakers to the “stars” of the internet universe.

Everett, WA (PRWEB) March 24, 2011

The Spring Equinox marked the launching of StargazerSDAnthologies.com. When the sun crossed directly over the earth’s celestial equator and the day and night shared an equal 12 hours, the “Stargazer” fish revealed its ugly face to authors and readers alike. StargazerSDAnthologies.com is a literary directory of blogs, articles, short stories, and novels. Authors are able to post their best samples on the site for free.

Readers can use quick drop-down menus to search the star-studded skies for their favorite topics. Readers will be able to purchase pre-loaded micro SD card anthologies compiled by their favorite authors. The tiny “library on a card” will offer a wealth of additional space to load personal data, photo, video, and music files for instant recall on a smart phone, PDA, reader, or laptop.

Creators of the newly launched StargazerSDAnthologies.com, Ronald Czarnecki and Greg Olsen, have selected the Stargazer fish as their mascot/logo because it is constantly on the watch for its next “byte.” The “ugly fish,” has eyes on the top his head. He hides in the sand, invisible to others until he launches for the catch. When the Stargazer creators catch the best literary samples they blast them to the “Starring Articles” section of the web site’s home page.

Behind StargazerSDAnthologies.com is the desire to help bloggers and authors extend their visibility and increase their readership. Ron, a blogger himself, found the process extremely discouraging and reported that, “Most bloggers give up before their first anniversary.” Authors, article writers, short story writers, novelists, and public speakers find it even tougher to get started. “Many of them are extremely talented and they end up dropping their pens or their microphones before they arrive at the launch pad.” They don’t have the money to finance their frustrating journey.

Authors, bloggers, writers and speakers who publish their anthologies and books at StargazerSDAnthologies.com are paid royalties for their sales. Blog and web site owners will no longer have to depend on the nickels and dimes generated by irritating pop-ups and distracting ads which eventually drive readers away.

Advantages to blog writers and authors are: free advertising and exposure, cross-linking, an RSS feed, increased traffic, recognition, referrals, and royalties.

Readers at Stargazersdanthologies.com have a quick categorized directory for locating their favorite topics. The “library on a card” purchase option allows readers the ability to access their favorites anytime and anywhere – no searching for WIFI hotspots and no worrying about “dead zones.” The cards provide plenty of storage capacity for adding important personal data, photo, music, and video files. Internet access air-time fees will also be saved.

Public speakers will find the site valuable for the exposure and for researching new topics and material.

StargazerSDAnthologies.com has re-engineered the blog and article directory format. Ron called the site a “service breakthrough” for authors, bloggers, speakers and readers. The “library on a card” will lead smart phone and hand-held computer users to the “new normal” for “air-time-free literature.”

Greg suggested that “this fresh approach to smart phone optimization will have a life-changing impact upon the smart phone-driven future.”

Invitations are open to all. At StargazerSDAnthologies the tickets are FREE. Your journey through the stars will be a literary adventure.

“WOW! That is an Ugly Fish!”


“¦where authors star and readers gaze”¦


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