Monthly Archives: April 2016

Tales of the Limberlost

Tales of the Limberlost: Gene Stratton-Porter (1863-1924) by C.K. Thomas Earlier this month, I visited two of the Indiana homes of author Gene Stratton-Porter that are now museums. Stratton-Porter hyphenated her name when she married long before such a practice … Continue reading

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Guerrilla Tactics in a Small War (or, How to Have a Successful Book Launch)

Guerrilla Tactics in a Small War (or, How to Have a Successful Book Launch) by Mary Ellen Stepanich Recently, I read an article that discussed “guerilla tactics” for successful book launches. I’m sure you’re familiar with most of the tactics: … Continue reading

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Business Body Language and Surgery – They Intertwine for a Positive Experience

Business Body Language and Surgery – They Intertwine for a Positive Experience by Barbara Chatzkel As I walked to the admitting office at St. Joseph’s Hospital/Barrow Neurological Institute last week at 5 a.m. for Gamma Knife® brain surgery, the last … Continue reading

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The Power of the Group: Your Book Festival Vendor Kit

The Power of the Group: Your Book Festival Vendor Kit by Laura Orsini Two other members of the Phoenix Publishing & Book Promotion Meetup are in Kingman, Arizona, with me this weekend for the KABAM Festival (Kingman Area Books Are … Continue reading

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How I Schedule Time to Write

How I Schedule Time to Write by Sarah Krueger For 20 years, I’ve been a stay-at-home mom. Nearly every moment of every day has been spent with one or more of our five children. We run a pretty tight ship … Continue reading

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The Eight Best Things About Being an Author

The Eight Best Things About Being an Author by Patrick Hodges You may aspire to write a book. Here, in my humble opinion, are eight reasons you should go for it! Following the reverse countdown format, and without further ado… … Continue reading

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A Habit to Break?

A Habit to Break? by Beth Kozan It was in high school that I developed the habit of Waiting Till the Last Minute to write an assignment.  It became entrenched in college, when I’d stay up all night in the … Continue reading

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