Tag Archives: Phoenix Publishing and Book Promotion

What Cheer?

What Cheer? by Patricia Grady Cox This past spring I spent a couple of months in Rhode Island, where I’m from. I missed Arizona and took video of snow falling (often), not out of appreciation for its beauty but to … Continue reading

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Writers Conferences for the Independently Published Author

Writers Conferences for the Independently Published Author by Andrea Walker Writer’s conferences, depending on their content and professionalism, can be helpful to writers at any stage. Many conferences offer both writing courses as well as additional classes aimed at either … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: How to Exercise Without Exercising or Writing Less

The Effective Author: How to Exercise Without Exercising or Writing Less © 2019 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. Everyone has heard that exercise is “good for you.” It optimizes metabolism, staves off diabetes, makes your brain work … Continue reading

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Jaguar

Jaguar by Rita Goldner In keeping with my theme of blogs about interesting animals, this month I present the jaguar. I’ve chosen this magnificent big cat because a particular jaguar has been in the news lately here in Arizona. A … Continue reading

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The Rabbit, the Tortoise, and the Good Writer

The Rabbit, the Tortoise, and the Good Writer by Marcus A. Nannini Writing a book is not a race. Though the term “in a rush” has no place in the life of a good writer, it might be the toughest … Continue reading

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I Can See Clearly Now… (Darn It!)

I Can See Clearly Now… (Darn It!) by Mary Ellen Stepanich Note: This blog isn’t about writing or publishing, but it is about “seeing yourself as others see you,” which is probably good advice for anyone who hopes to succeed … Continue reading

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