After I did all the work to create a new theme for my fiction site I thought I’d tweak it enough to use here as well.
I’ve always loved the image from the cover of the book and I’m just not happy with the logo I’ve been using so we’re taking a step back in time.
Please, if you find anything amiss, let me know, eh?
Last year ended with my 200th article here.
Even numbers lining up like that intrigue me.
Let’s change things up a bit, shall we?
A few years ago I declared it “my year to change everything.”
Not too proud to re-use a theme, I’m declaring this (again) “my year to change everything.”
Authors who learn to love marketing will win in the long run. Marketing can feel like a slog through wet clay —wet clay flowing downhill, taking you with it. No matter what you do, how much time you spend in a million different social networks, nothing happens.
The solution is to play the long game. Persistence, not volume or brightness.
… more … “Book Marketing: The Long Game Wins”
Language purists like to correct others’ minor mistakes. Their motive is to make themselves feel smarter by making you feel dumb. I know this because I used to be one of them. When I changed my metric from “smart” to “generous” this approach lost its appeal. … more … “Is “That Begs the Question” the Exception That Proves the Rule?”