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Monthly Archives: May 2017
It’s the official day! Six years ago, I published my first book. To celebrate I’m spending the day how any author would want to—working on my computer and ignoring my loved ones! And yes, that was a joke. I do … Continue reading
After I realized I am coming up on my sixth year as a published author, I’ve been doing a lot of reminiscing on how it all began. I wish that the green newbie I was could have spoken with me … Continue reading
May 31 will mark my sixth year as a book author. It all began with End of Mae, my first book, which was published the end of May 2011 (first edition). To celebrate, I put 10 of my ebook titles up … Continue reading
Looking for a quick and easy submission opportunity? The Poetry Nook has a weekly contest with $150 to the winner and $15 for Honorable Mentions. This is their 133rd weekly contest. It’s a free-for-all, meaning any topic, any length and … Continue reading
I had so much fun today at the huge Author Meet & Greet at Crestview Library. The entire event was well organized and we got quite a bit of foot traffic, despite it being a holiday. My favorite time at … Continue reading
PoetryCircle is accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, nonfiction, visual art (including photography), and video art. Please take a look at the site before submitting to see the kind of material they publish. You may also submit material for free through … Continue reading
Last week Cal Z hosted a video interview with me and M.C. Brown for Z-Files, and I was just sent the link. This is all to promote the Author Meet & Greet this Saturday May 27 at the Crestview Public Library … Continue reading
The Communicators League invites writers from all parts of the world to participate in the maiden edition of its creative writing contest aimed at bridging the gap between arts and humanity. Hurry, because their deadline closes today. They are looking … Continue reading
My youngest son and I made it to Chicago and it is COLD! Us poor displaced Floridians are looking unprepared in our flip flops and lack of outerwear. We started the day in Madisonville, Kentucky where we stopped by to … Continue reading