The featured image for this post was sent from my son after his recent vacation to France. I've stood on that same beach about ten years ago, feeling juiced that I was looking at "the Med." But I have a character flaw, I always look for what doesn't belong or seems odd. See the white-haired tourist … [Read more...] about No Where To Hide–Unless You’re a Self-Published Book on Amazon
Archives for March 2013
It's been awhile since I've put up a post, and one of the reasons was the boring theme I tried out. Every time I looked at the sad little theme, I couldn't tackle a post. I learned a lesson. If your room or your office bores you, it will also make you boring, so change it around. Paint, get a … [Read more...] about New Theme
Ah, readers must be hooked! I get it, but why must the description cause so much angst? Because if a reader gets interested by the cover, then the blurb must lead to the sample, and finally to a reader. A fail at cover, blurb, or sample, effects whether or not my books are found by readers. Wow, … [Read more...] about Pitches, Blurbs, and Grab-lines
The Mobile Press Register reported Sunday that the USA police officer who shot a naked student acting wildly in October has been cleared. The DA, Ashley Rich, said the student ingested a rare and potent research chemical. Research chemical? Please note she didn't call it a drug cooked up in a … [Read more...] about Case of Excited Delerium caused by a Research Drug?