Monthly Archives: March 2016
Originally posted on Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing: Close to two years ago, I discovered that my eBooks, both of them, were being listed for sale on a site about which I’d never heard before. They were not under contract to … Continue reading
Writing continues. Instead of being happy about word counts, etc., I am happy and pleased with a “page” count. Every time I’ve tried to type in the story the flow just gets stinted, so this one will be completely … Continue reading
Boyega even had time for a lightsaber battle with the kids Source: Cute Alert! John Boyega Surprises Sick Children with Star Wars Toys This makes me heart go mushy. Science fiction and fantasy has always reached out to sick children … Continue reading
There’s a post at The Solar Powered Turtle.
Daylight Savings Time has struck. I’m tired. I’m a little time-confused, or rather my body is. It isn’t sure when to sleep, work, get up, eat, etc. Thankfully the tummy can help out with the eating part, of which I … Continue reading
Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: Things I Wish I Knew: Navigating Publishing Contracts This is very useful and helpful.
Since the current novel is progressing so nicely there are a number of notes scattered here and there on the computer and in one specific notebook. To put all of them in one place I’ve decided to use Critique Circle … Continue reading
Tomorrow for those of the Eastern Orthodox Christian world is the beginning of Lent. For those of the Protestant and Western rites, tomorrow is Palm Sunday. To those friends of mine in the Western Rite and Protestant I say have … Continue reading
Quandary noun, plural quandaries 1. a state of perplexity or uncertainty, especially as to what to do;dilemma. As you can imagine, I am in a quandary about something. As many of you know, I am fighting to lose weight. Every … Continue reading
I have been thinking about this myself. Your thoughts? HAH Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: Amazon Takes Aim At Scammers But Hits Authors