During my doctor’s appointment on Friday my blood pressure was 176/130. *blink* (Full disclosure, that isn’t my highest reading ever. And, in my defense, I did warn the nurse it would be high. – Ok, maybe even I didn’t expect… Continue reading →
I was up late last night reading Lisa Renee Jones’ upcoming release, Storm That Is Sterling. Is it great? Oh yeah! I’m not done yet, but I can tell you I’m having the bittersweet feelings of knowing the end… Continue reading →
K.M. Weiland just released her latest book “Outlining Your Novel” and I’m so excited for authors out there!
This Saturday I will have a group of wonderful gentlemen coming over to my mom’s house to help with some much needed repairs. I spent the better part of yesterday with one of my best friends (a female!) outside assessing… Continue reading →
Well, there it is. I’ve joined the Platform-Building Campaign. The Platform-Building Campaign is a way for authors to build better networks. By us reaching out, we’re able to build better blogs, better content, for our readers. We can learn from… Continue reading →
So many people complain about Monday. Pop culture even supports these disgruntled masses (who doesn’t think “Manic Monday” right off the bat?) Some great alliterative branding and a catchy beat shot Bangles to the top of the charts talking… Continue reading →
I’ve read We Are Not Alone,by Kristen Lamb. I’ve been working her WANA system. (PS – If you haven’t yet read this book, what are you waiting for? It’s fantastic and an absolute must have/read/follow, especially if… Continue reading →
Working on the website and blog (which is still a design work-in-progress!) has been quite a task. I’m told over and over by many of my author friends that its a “mission critical” foundation step. Get the website up, get… Continue reading →
I’m an author.
I’m learning to be able to say that. I’m practicing saying it.
Actually, I’m reading a book ”Are you There Blog, Its Me, Writer.” Its about blogging and social networking strategies for authors. The first thing she… Continue reading →