I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for the world to go back to normal. I’m not talking about masks (although I hate them)
From over at PG’s place, the dreadful tale of a publisher-relationship that went badly wrong for the writer. Short version – he got stiffed and
I’m going to start out by saying I’m sleep-deprived and cranky (well, crankier than usual) as I sit dow to write this. I’m in the
When I began reading Dave’s post yesterday, I smiled and nodded. I’m up to my eyeballs in the final edits for Nocturnal Revelations. My brain
From time to time, I’m asked whether I think a writer should publish their book as an indie or try to go the traditional route.
If you watch much (or any) PBS programming, you might have noticed a call to vote in The Great American Read poll.