My husband and I decided to change internet providers after Old Provider decided we should be paying a lot more money each month for services we’d been using for fifteen years. Apparently we slipped through the cracks when one company bought another company and changed all the rates and schedules. Well, fine, but did they …Read More
Archives for June 2011
Tom Cruise is in negotiations to play the part of Jack Reacher in the movie version of One Shot? And Lee Child says Reacher’s size is a metaphor for what? This is the thanks I get for being a Child/Reacher fan since book one? Totally unacceptable.
Multi-award winning author Jacqueline Seewald has taught creative, expository and technical writing at the university level as well as high school English. She also worked as an academic librarian and an educational media specialist. Eleven of her books of fiction have been published. Her short stories as well as poems, essays, reviews and articles have …Read More
Tomorrow’s Guest Blogger Jacqueline Seewald, author of the new Five Star mystery release The Truth Sleuth, will be here to give us a technique for breaking through writer’s block. On Again Off Again Internet Access We’re changing wireless service providers at our house and due to a technicality I totally don’t understand, we’ll be without …Read More
I’ve posted on killer first sentences at Chiseled in Rock blog today. Those of you who’ve followed since early 2009 will have seen some of these before, but I’ve added a couple of new ones too (which means two more authors to take a look at for your own reading list).
Okay, this bit of fun is kinda sorta writing related. Don’t you love this critter’s eyelashes? Can you identify the critter? I’ll reveal the correct answer in my Wednesday Scramble.
All is well and I have my nose to the grindstone, so I’m going to refer you to a fun and interesting post: 50 Dos and Don’ts for Wannabe Writers from Steve Hockensmith: Writer Guy. I hope you have a great weekend.
Carolyn has been kind enough to let me re-post her article and her mini-introduction about the virtual book launch party she put together for Beyond All Price, a novel based on the life of Civil War Nurse, Nellie M. Chase. Thanks, Carolyn! ————————- Eight Reasons to Love an Online Book Launchby Carolyn Poling Schriber It’s …Read More
Tomorrow‘s Special Guest Carolyn Poling Schriber, author of Beyond All Price, wrote an informative post on how she planned and presented her book launch party online. She has graciously allowed me to re-post her story. Anyone who has a book release coming up later this summer or in the fall may find this article very …Read More
It’s that time again. I’m over at Chiseled in Rock blog reporting a few of the new releases from members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. If you’re into history, vampires, or romance, check us out.