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Ever since I became published, I keep being told to use "Twitter". Why? Yes, it's another form of social networking, but does Tweeting actually produce sales? I already maintain a good number of…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Shawn Lamb Mar 7, 2011.
What is it with these younger writers today who feel they must do a novel in 1st person? Do they feel it makes a personal impact? Is it because the style is all the rage? Or is it sheer laziness of sticking with one character? I vote for the latter - actually a combination of copy-catting a style and laziness. After all, if you write like its your personal journal or diary why care about grammar? It's fast and easy to produce. Slap it together and put it up on Smashwords or Kindle…Continue
Posted on March 29, 2011 at 6:00am
I'm excited to book a Kindle version of ALLON Book 2 - INSURRECTION out this past week. Thanks to my hubby for all his hard work in converting the file. I tried to convince my publisher about converting Allon Book 1, but no amount of persuasion from me or reader have produced an e-book. As such, decided to push ahead with the rest of the series and will be putting out both paperback and Kindle versions.
Look for MORE releases in the coming…Continue
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Posted on March 14, 2011 at 8:01am
After three grueling days on my feet, driving 8 hours round trip to Memphis, I finally can make an assessment of the Midsouth Homeschool Convention. To begin, the people at Great Homeschool Conventions are very well organized and professional. The convention ran smoothly, despite the bad weather outside. At the Cook Convention Center, the Marriott Hotel takes care of concessions and present their food just as they do at any top-notch buffet. All the servers wore vest and tie, silver covered…Continue
Posted on March 7, 2011 at 10:01am