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Something About Me and My Book:
Southern Humorist, Author, Motivational Speaker and Gabologist Georgia Richardson, or Queen Jaw Jaw, currently writes a monthly humor column for The National Association of Baby Boomer Women (NABBW) and BOOMER Magazine. She’s been published in Woman’s World, Shoals Woman, Guidepost online, GRAND magazine, Chicken Soup for the Soul Magazine, and a host of other online and print publications.

Her debut book, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Throne, consists of every day life experiences with just a twist of the imagination. Her second book, Pink Jasper- Gems from the Journey, was written by Georgia and five other women across the United States, Canada, and England and … they’ve never met. Her third book is scheduled for release in the Fall-‘07. Visit her Queendom

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Writing; the mountains and the valleys

I was thinking just today about the all the highs and lows of the writing life and came to one conclusion. I wouldn't change it if I could. My only regret is that I started writing publicly at a ah...ahem, later time in life. Okay, I'm old, you happy now?

One of the "highs" about writing is the feedback you get from time to time. Someone will be kind enough to write and say, "I just loved what you wrote about bla...bla..." and you read it six or seven times just to get that…


Posted on August 25, 2007 at 9:07am — 3 Comments

Royally Yours

Hello world, thanks to Jerry Bolton, my bud, I've arrived in the land of the Book Marketing Network. Now if I could just find a way to maneuver around in here, I'd be set. Speaking of set, anybody know how to get your book cover set to the right size for viewing? Mine looks short and fat. Speaking of short and fat, it's lunch time.

Later, da Queen

Posted on August 24, 2007 at 10:09am — 2 Comments

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At 10:58am on December 4, 2009, Georgia Richardson said…
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At 2:02am on February 28, 2009, Bert Martinez said…
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At 11:16am on August 1, 2008, Graham Odenyo said…
At 10:40am on September 7, 2007, Kathleen Gage said…
Hi Georgia,

I would like to invite you to join my Ning Book Marketing network. I have been a published author for many years and love to network with others who have a passion for writing and publishing.

If you get a chance, please visit my blog to read my special feature called The Author’s Corner. This week’s featured author is Nikki Leigh. Nikki shared some excellent tips on how an author can market themselves.

Have a great day.

Kathleen Gage

The Street Smarts Marketer and Author
At 12:22pm on September 2, 2007, Charlotte McPherson said…
Hi Georgia,

Hope you are having a good Labor Day. We have to labor on it on Monday since it is only an American holiday.

If you google her name, Barbara Johnson, she comes up on the first page a few times. One link is:

Marion James (UK) and I (Texan) are both in Turkey and are business colleagues eg co-owners of a large English bookstore and small publishing house. Best to you!

If you ever plan to come this way, we can arrange some speaking opportunities for you, just let us know.
At 10:14am on September 2, 2007, Georgia Richardson said…
You are certainly welcome. We all learn from one another. Let me add that regardless if you go traditional OR self pub, you will, unless you are Ann Lamont or Stephen King, have the same amount of hard work. Why not do it and at the same time, control the purse strings, I say...
At 5:47pm on August 30, 2007, Sherri Knight said…
Hi Georgia,

I wanted to thank you for your comments on my forum topic - Co-Publishing. I, too, have decided to self-publish. While I'm psyched about it, I know I have a lot of hard work ahead of me. I'm trying to learn and absorb as fast as I can. Thanks for the advice!
At 8:47am on August 30, 2007, Georgia Richardson said…
Ms James and McPherson...sounds like a fine wine, doesn' it? Welcome ladies to my royal home. Marion, its totally okay to owe allegiance to THAT Queen; I mean, she WAS here first, you know? But I'm honored by your presence here, just the same.

Ms McP, I'm not familiar with Barbara Johnson. Would you have a web site I could check out? I love meetings other humorist, and let me say that reading their work inspires me as well.

Are both of you women in the same country? I'm confused....then again, I can blow my nose and be confused, nothing new there.
At 7:49am on August 30, 2007, Charlotte McPherson said…
When I read about you I thought of another author, Barbara Johnson...she is hilarious and makes great points, but she is not southern like us. I look forward to getting my hands on some of your work. Laughter is the best medicine.
At 12:56am on August 30, 2007, Marion James said…
Hi Georgia

As a Brit I guess I owe allegiance to only one Queen, (i.e. Lizzie the Second) but I loved your approach to bookstores. If only every author who came into our store had a clear idea of what they want to get out of the meeting and a clear proposition for us rather than "can you take my book I know it will sell lots of copies and make you very rich". If you are ever Istanbul, Turkey way - we'd love to see you!

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