I’m (finally) launching an occasional newsletter for readers and writers, and all those that would like to be in-the-know about my books and/or editorial services. It’ll have updates about my latest books, and also tips and tricks for writers that you won’t see on the blog. (I’m also giving the option to sign up as…
Last night, I came home from the TOC conference extremely inspired and so I thought I would share something that I had been working on over Christmas vacation. I’ve embedded the powerpoint presentation here, and I would love to hear your thoughts on it.
PS – I hope the fact that I’m a Powerpoint and Slideshare neophyte doesn’t detract too much from the ideas in the presentation. That said, after being uploaded the show runs fast, so feel free to hit pause in order to read!
April 17, 2012
March 30, 2012
Today marks my one year Indie-Versary! Pub Speak: A Writer’s Dictionary of Publishing Terms was first published on March 30, 2011. The next day I uploaded Effie At the Wedding, and over the next few months published my middle grade mystery and a few other shorts, including a sequel to Effie. In that year, I’ve…
February 22, 2012
Lunch today will be pasta in broccoli and ricotta sauce, left over from last night’s dinner. The recipe is super-easy, requires only one pot (yeah, less clean up!) and is super tasty. Here’s how you make it: Ingredients: – Broccoli (about a pound and a half – I tend to guess.) – One clove of…
February 5, 2012
Recently, I have been thinking about just how much stuff I own, and how much of it I never, ever use. And how having all of this stuff distracts me from things that I really want to do, or use, or wear, or whatever. I think that this thought is actually an outgrowth of changes…
February 3, 2012
Today, Shelli and I are doing a blog switch-a-roo! You can find me on Shelli’s blog Market My Words, and you’ll find her, here! She’s the author of two indie books, Untraceable and a middle grade novel, On The Bright Side. She also runs her own marketing consultancy, and so I thought I’d ask her…