Tag Archives: Books

Take Time For Your Writing

It’s the last day of the year, and I’m in a reflective mood. I look back on my writing endeavors for this past year, and I’m disappointed. Not in the stories I did write and publish. I’m happy with those … Continue reading

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Words Are Magic

I’m up bright and early on this Thanksgiving Day, 2016, waiting to begin cooking a wonderful brunch for my family. I’m sipping coffee with more cream than coffee (just the way I like it) and reflecting on all that I’m … Continue reading

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Ever Heard of Monticello, Florida?

Monticello, where? Isn’t that where Thomas Jefferson lives? Wrong Monticello. Thomas Jefferson’s home is in Charlottesville, Va., but that doesn’t mean that his home’s namesake in Florida isn’t connected. Read on to find out how. The Saving Shenanigans Trilogy is … Continue reading

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Great Tips from Author Dan Alatorre for Handling a Book Signing

A few pics from the Indie Book Fest book signing I did in Orlando yesterday, plus a few priceless tips on working an event. HOW do you make your author event a WINNER? Easy. I’ll tell you. As an indie … Continue reading

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Ideas For Successful Book Signings

I recently read this post from a very successful writer that I know. He’s been on The Porch a few times. Frank Allan Rodgers.  He does a lot of his own marketing and he had these suggestions: I don’t schedule … Continue reading

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