My Blog

Welcome & Hello

Welcome! I'm glad you're here. As you can probably guess, I'm new at this. So happy that I took two wordpress courses. At least, I'm not totally lost. I must admit that designing and making things the way I like require more patience and perhaps skills. Anyway, I'm...

Journey – Reflections

Journey – Reflections

  Part of Life - Journey/Reflections Hello, it's been a few days. While I don't have one going to college for the first time this year, I have a high school senior. I've also gone through this three times already. Two older children already graduated—one has...

Introverts as writers/authors

Introverts as Writers/Authors A very interesting podcast episode by Joanna Penn. One question I found interesting and relevant: "What have you found successful in marketing your book as an introvert?" So, the guest, Cat Rose, admitted she struggled with...

In Plain Sight – Linda Castillo

In Plain Sight – Linda Castillo

  In Plain Sight - Linda Castillo In Plain Sight is a short story by Linda Castillo. It also includes a preview of her new book, Shamed. Both are part of the ongoing Burkholder series. Unlike her longer novel, this one is fast and easy. There's no twist and other...

Snap out of it – Journey

Snap out of it – Journey

Snap out of it - Journey So, have you been so consumed with news about something that you have to stay on top of that, whatever that is? Maybe the OJ trial/car chase years ago? Maybe 9/11? Maybe the recent mass shootings? Well, I've been following the news on Hong...

Social Media Marketing

Social Media Marketing

Social Media Marketing If you read my previous posts about newsletters & email marketing, you know I have this love/hate relationship with any marketing. Social media is no exception. A cousin introduced me to Facebook many years ago. I opened an account and...

Money business

Money business

Josh Appel Money business - Indie vs. Trad. Literary Agent Rachelle Gardner wrote a piece, "Will I have to pay back my advance?" As you know, this pertains to traditional publishing. Nowadays, I hear that small publishers or maybe even some medium-sized publishers...

close

Share it :)

Follow Me
Tweet
>