Category Archives: Blogging

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Announcing the re-launch of My GRL by John W. Howell

The cover is new and the book edited once again to enhance the experience. What is really nice is the price has been cut for the introduction. You can buy the kindle version for a special introduction price of $0.99 John J. Cannon, a successful San Francisco lawyer, takes a well-deserved leave of absence from […]
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Why I hired a beta reader

Cinthia offers some excellent reasons for HIRING a beta reader … did I say HIRING loudly enough?

More Best Bloggers Blogging to check out …

At the risk of tooting my own horn (yes, I’m old enough to appreciate that tired saying), here’s a wonderful list of bloggers for writers to follow that Susan Toy, fabulous blogger and writer herself, has put together. Yes, I’m on it and, frankly, I am truly honored to be acknowledged by Susan and to […]
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Editorial gun for hire

No truer words in this age of self-publishing run amok: “Don’t forget, every writer needs a crackerjack editor. We’re raising the bar for indie quality, and that helps every indie writer sell more books.” Please, for your readers’ sake, invest in an editor for your next opus. Click on through for information on Kevin Brennan’s […]
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Living in the Moment #HurricaneHermine

As some of you may already know, my husband and I and our three cats survived Hurricane Hermine practically unscathed.  Other than the expected power outage, we had only this heart-stopper: A rather tall pine twisted and fell between our driveway and our neighbor’s driveway, missing our cars.  As it turns out, even our fence, […]
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Absentee Blogger

My absence from the online social milieu over the next few days will likely be due to this: My city is more or less in the purple, just above the notch.  We’re about 20 or miles inland.  We are prepared for the worst, of course.  My husband has stockpiled enough H2O for a few weeks […]
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Poetic medicine

This post from Kate Shrewsday is welcome not only because her posts are always a delightful read, but the concept, the person she writes about is a bit of balm, I’d argue, for what many of us are feeling right now. The focus here is writing, but the healing properties of poetry in particular and […]
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The Storms in Life

Jill Weatherholt shares a beautiful story she received recently. Her timing is perfect for me because of my own family’s struggles right now. If you or someone you love is experiencing a challenge right now, especially a health challenge, you might find comfort in this story too.

Pre-Order for Legends of Windemere Fantasy Series Bundle #2 is Available! #fantasy #ASMSG

Hey, all you fantasy fiction fans! You know who you are. Charles Yallowitz, fantasy author extraordinaire, has TWO great book bundles for you. Check them out 🙂