Monthly Archives: May 2016

Sittin’ On The Porch With Kelly -Writing Coach Vicki M. Taylor-Overcoming Synopsis Fear

It’s been a while seen I’ve had a porch guest, and I’m thrilled to be joined by Writing Coach and Author Vicki M. Taylor. We are discussing writing a Synopsis. I read Vicki’s article earlier this week and just had … Continue reading

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Author/Reader Events for Marketing

Last night I was a guest on a radio show hosted by Marsha Casper Cook. We spoke a great deal about marketing as an author. I’ve been in this industry a long time and have tried a lot of things, … Continue reading

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Any Draft Is Better Than No Draft

I saw  this on Facebook this morning and it struck a chord. I was a guest at a book club meeting yesterday at the local library, and one of the members stated, “I don’t know how you do it. I … Continue reading

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Advantages of Book Clubs

I love Book Clubs and Reader’s Groups! Last week, I was having a conversation with another author and the subject of Book Clubs came up. He asked what I thought the advantages were to being connected with a book club, and how … Continue reading

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