Blogging can be a fun, but necessary part of building an author platform. If you're not careful, blogging can land you in a great big boiling pot of hot water! Fortunately, it's easy to avoid trouble if you know what to look out for. I've compiled a list of the top five blogging hazards along … Continue reading Top Five Blogging Hazards
Yesterday, I discovered that, although my website looked quite lovely on my laptop computer, on my cell phone it looked like a deranged monkey had put it together. Some of my images appeared off-center, while some were teeny-tiny, while others were huge and looked like they were going to attack unsuspecting web-goers. The text … Continue reading Does Your Website Need an Update?
National Poetry Writing Month is officially over, and along with a feeling of happiness that I completed the challenge, there is also a bit of sadness. Sure, I can write more poetry. I can write poetry every day if I'd like. I'm sad to see the end of NaPoWriMo because it's back to reality for … Continue reading Goodbye NaPoWriMo, Hello May
Susan Toy is a blogger, a talented author, and a friend to writers everywhere. When I found out it was the second anniversary of her Reading Recommendations blog, I jumped at the chance to be part of the celebration. Susan has promoted numerous authors and their books on Reading Recommendations. Her posts are Tweeted, shared, … Continue reading Reading Recommendations Anniversary Celebration #RR2ndAnniversary
I'm honored to be nominated for The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award. Thank you, Joleene Naylor, for the nomination. If you're not familiar with Joleene, she is a cover artist, talented photographer, blogger, and the author of the Amaranthine Series. You check check out her blog HERE. Here's how it works: Thank the giver … Continue reading The Sisterhood of the World Bloggers Award