Paulo Coelho featured on FrostWire

The way of the Bow as featured on FrostWire 5

Paulo Coelho as featured on FrostWire for Android

More information and live download numbers of this release on FrostClick.

Thank you Paulo Coelho, you are a gift to mankind.

Update: Paulo has ReTwitted a FrostWire user!

5 thoughts on “Paulo Coelho featured on FrostWire

  1. Pingback: Paulo Coelho featured on FrostWire « Keithpp's Blog

  2. I had never heard of FrostWire until Paulo Coelho mentioned on twitter that he had placed The Way of the Bow there for free download.

    Another download system I have recently come across, thanks to ShadowBoxer who have placed their excellent EP Two Cities for download, is BandCamp.

    We make the rules, not Big Business. By making use of services like FrostWire and BandCamp, by sharing, by telling our friends to do the same, we can bypass Big Business and put them out of business.

    http://keithpp.wordpress.com/2012/02/05/paulo-coelho-featured-on-frostwire/

  3. We read a book that we are given, lent or recommended to read by a friend. Or if we are very lucky we meet the author.

    My first encounter with Paulo Coelho was meeting a lovely Lithuania girl sat by a river reading The Zahir. I was curious what had her so entranced. We had a long conversation about writers. I have since not only read all the books by Paulo Coelho but actually met him.

    I had never heard of Orhan Pamuk until my lovely Russian friend Alissa recommended that I read My Name is Red.

    A little over a year ago, I met Canon Andrew White. I bought all his books, which I read, then gave as Christmas present to my lovely but sadly mad friend Sian. A year later we met again and I bought six copies of Faith Under Fire, one for myself, the others to be given away as presents.

    Fulla tells her story in Suffer the Children. We are now in regular contact and we will meet in Brighton in September at a conference on Iraq organised by Canon Andrew White.

    Little known author Neil Gaiman persuaded his publisher to make available one of his books for free download for a month. Monitoring only sales in independent bookshops they found sales increased by 300%!

    Paulo Coelho had only sold a few thousand copies of The Alchemist in Russia, his publisher was no longer interested, until a pirate copy was posted on the net, sales then became millions!

    Writers do not slave away in their garrets wishing no one would read their works. They write because they have a story to tell, they want to be read.

    http://keithpp.wordpress.com/2012/02/05/paulo-coelho-featured-on-frostwire/

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