Wanted: Readers

Only, not necessarily for the reason that popped into your mind. I have an idea, but it's not something I can do. It's something an author, any of us, cannot do. So? I'm looking for a few good readers... There's a crying need for book reviews. Yes, Amazon, but also no. Not Amazon. We need... Continue Reading →

Reviews and Maturity

So this post is the result, as so many of my posts are, of a few conversations I've had recently about writing, and life. I'm constantly learning, but at this point, also trying to share what I've learned with others who ask me about stuff. Like whether they should 'un-publish'- a book that was their... Continue Reading →

How To: Write a Review

Good Morning everyone! This is Cedar, and we're trying something a little different this morning. See, I defy writerly stereotypes, and I am a morning person. With Kate and Sarah occupied at RavenCon, Dave on the other side of the world, and Amanda needing MOAR coffee, I'm starting the ball rolling, but then later, Amanda... Continue Reading →

Abundance Mentality

I was accused the other day on FB of having a scarcity mentality, while the other person proudly proclaimed they had an abundance mentality. After I got through face-palming over the ridiculousness of it, I decided it was a good point to bring up here. You see, this person was reacting to my having asked... Continue Reading →

Bought and Paid For

Sometimes I see a review on Amazon that makes me do the puppy thing - you know, cock my head and make that little “baroo?” noise. Amanda shared a link to a book with an improbably high original price (marked down to free, for now, though) and seriously questionable antecedents, and after I laughed at... Continue Reading →

Sunday Morning Musings

by Amanda S. Green It's Memorial Day weekend here in the States. This is the traditional beginning of summer and, most importantly, a time when we remember those men and women who have given their lives in the service of the country.  So, let me take a moment to thank them - and their families... Continue Reading →

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