Going through the list of books that I’ve read this year is a daunting task in itself. To narrow that down to pick a favorite, that will take more than one Saturday morning to decide. Here’s the list in no particular order. No, my book is not in the list. I would surly pick it, … Continue reading Book of the Year Part 1
This happens all the time. A book considered to be brilliant, gets in the hands of a producer that has no idea how to bring the story to life. The seventh installment in Jo Nesbo’s Harry Hole series has been released on the big screen and has a 9% on Rotten Tomatoes. Yes, that’s bad. … Continue reading When One Of Your Favorite Books Becomes A Bad Movie
It would make it even better if the elf was missing it's right hand.
Well, it's my old enemy. Monday again.
Oh dang, did she eat Calvin too?
Just pretend its Sunday or Tuesday. If we've learned anything from The Carpenters or Garfield it's that Monday is to be avoided.
We've all heard that question. "If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?" I really fear the sound of a silent book launch. So what I'd like to do is help fellow independent authors as much as I can. My site is fairly … Continue reading Writing Tips #2 Tree Falling