Hello, SEers! You’re with Mae today. I’ll be back in April with the second part of my short series on submitting your work to a literary agent, but today, I’d like to break out the pom-poms for something most of us remember fondly, and which might even be responsible for launching our love of writing … Continue reading Celebrate National Library Week, April 3-9
Hey, SE Readers. Joan with you today. We've already reached the end of January, but I hope your year is off to a good start. It goes without saying that all authors, Indies in particular, must promote their books. Although many authors hate this part, marketing is an essential part of the writing process. Fellow … Continue reading Would You Buy This Book?
Hi gang, Craig with you again today. I want to talk about some new-to-me tech that you might appreciate, too. But first, I’m going to walk you in the long way, like I usually do. Men in my family have a specific hearing problem that seems to show up as we get older. We can … Continue reading A cool bit of technology
Hey, SE Readers. Joan with you today. I’ve heard several authors say that summer isn’t a good time to release a book. I can’t speak to that personally since I’ve never released one at that time. At least, not yet. Curious, I recently Googled “best times to release a book” and found several articles that … Continue reading Summer Reading
Hi, SEers! Gwen with you today. After learning that March is Brain Injury Month, I thought it might be interesting to share some medical benefits of reading and writing. Before we begin that discussion, though, I’ll digress with a personal story. In December 2018 I had neurosurgery and in February 2020, just as COVID reared … Continue reading Another reason to read and write…