Monthly Archives: January 2014

A Very Simple Marketing Plan

These days, whether you’re traditionally published or an indie, part of the job is to publicize yourself and your book. You need to build a platform, have followers, build your visibility.

But how do you do all that if you’ve only got a limited amount of time?… Continue reading

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Singulars and Plurals

English is a funny language… Continue reading

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Call Back the Sun!

It’s Imbolc and Connecticut Pagan Pride and Gayle’s Thyme are holding an Imbolc Celebration to continue to encourage the return of the sun…. Continue reading

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A Little Love for You- a Discount on Books by Catherine Kane

Wanna feel the love?

From now until February 14th, there’s a sale on all books on Lulu.com, including mine. Your whole order is 14% off- and that’s some literary sweet talking Continue reading

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Writing Time, per Morrison (Inspiration)

“Write when you know you’re at your best.”

Toni Morrison Continue reading

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In the Company of Writers

Part of my post yesterday was about how writers can benefit from the company of other writers. How contact with other friendly writers can keep you motivated, re-awaken your creative spark and get you back to the delight of writing.

One way to do this is as part of a writer’s group

and here’s one of my groups Continue reading

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Back From Arisia (and Full of Writer-y Enthusiasm)

well I’ve had a wonderful four day weekend full of panels on writing and publishing and literature and lotsa other things that a spunky girl writer should know about… Continue reading

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“Why English is Hard To Learn”

“Why English is Hard to Learn” by Anonymous Continue reading

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Stephen King on Writing

When you’re trying to learn to do something, it’s good to pick out an example- someone who’s successfully done what you want to accomplish- and to learn from his or her example… Continue reading

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All Labor, per Rev. King (Inspiration)

“All labor that uplifts humanity has dignity and importance and should be undertaken with painstaking excellence.”
Martin Luther King, Jr. Continue reading

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