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Cell Phones and Creativity: The Balance of Technology

I live for the last four months of the year. The transition to cooler weather does something magical, making me feel more in tune with my body and mind. Due to all the extra sparkly connectivity, I’m usually at my … Continue reading

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Author Visibility by the Numbers by Rebecca Heflin

Having an online presence is a given these days. Authors have to be visible to readers. And in order to have visibility, authors have to go where readers go. Your reader demographic influences where you find your readers, and should … Continue reading

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Book Signings: Inspiration Transfusion

The era of eBooks has caused the tradition of book signings to slip a bit in significance. But once your book comes out in print, there’s nothing like packing up a bunch in a rolling suitcase and taking them out … Continue reading

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The Funnel Effect . . . for Authors

If you Google this term you will find there are multiple definitions depending on the subject area—from weather dynamics to attorney tactics to government practices. That’s not what I’m talking about. The Funnel Effect I’m referring to is a term … Continue reading

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InD’Scribe Fun

What did I learn from attending my first ever authors convention? Continue reading

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As an author, I’ve met with two very different book clubs. One had 6-8 female readers located in the tiny town of Ash Grove. The other book club was large–about 30-35 members, half of whom were men, not exactly my … Continue reading

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Pain and pleasure. Entrepreneurs find out the hard way about earning a living. If you have a job, keep it until your dream comes to fruition. For me, I have had both success and failure, (pain and pleasure). My most … Continue reading

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