I think that I was one of two writers from the USA – the others were Europeans – which lent credence to my longstanding theory that Europeans are more interested in American […]
Networking is an old business concept that – in the 21st Century – is essential for authors of all stripes even those who tend to be isolationists. The old days of burying […]
(Originally posted on my Facebook page of the same title.) by Danail Hristov – author, essayist, philosopher and former lecturer/teacher at Technical University, Sofia, Bulgaria. My first impressions of the Author Helper Service […]
“Yeah! I do have a better idea! I think we should skip Praia and head directly to Senegal or Guinea and get the whole thing over with so we can head on back to Jamaica. There’s no sense in this kind of a risk just cuz you want to say you’ve been to Cape Verde Islands,” I said.
Teachers: Promotion for “Jack, Part 1” – My New Novel That Will Have Students Hungering For Parts 2 & 3
Below are two deals: But first I want to tell you that, as a New York City high school teacher of English and history from 2000 to 2013, I have a strong […]
Kimberley Grabas’ post (below graphic) about the necessity of building an email list should prompt writers to ratchet up their marketing game. Are you – like me – one of those authors […]
“Your job as an artist, producer, creator and author is to shamelessly start stealing.” Jeff Bullas, 2013 Funny, yes. But his point is well taken and that is “There’s nothing new under […]
I thought I would post a link to some material on Joanna Penn’s blog site that could be very beneficial to writers, illustrators, etc. There are many podcasts of interviews she has […]
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WordPress is an elegant solution for education professionals looking to create a website for their class, and today we’re excited to announce the launch of…
Writing Tips: Beautiful Characters.