Our tree is decorated and we are gearing up for Christmas, so I want to share a wonderful story by a writer friend of mine. Whatever your beliefs are…Christmas Story by Sue Champion
Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – Podcasts – #Book Marketing and Public Relations – #Twitter and #LinkedIn.. Cons of marketing online by Sally Cronin https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2021/08/26/smorgasbord-cafe-and-bookstore-podcasts-book-marketing-and-public-relations-twitter-and-linkedin-cons-of-marketing-online-by-sally-cronin/ — Read on smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2021/08/26/smorgasbord-cafe-and-bookstore-podcasts-book-marketing-and-public-relations-twitter-and-linkedin-cons-of-marketing-online-by-sally-cronin/ Great podcast for self-published authors!
Recently I ran a series Public Relations for Authors which focused on how we are perceived by those who view our profile photographs, biographies and presence on social media. This included guest posts on other writer’s blogs. Here is an opportunity to not only promote your own blog or books, but those of someone you … Continue reading Smorgasbord Coffee Morning – Bring a Guest – AuthorsDarlene Foster and Nancy Blodgett Klein
Darlene Foster's latest book in her Amanda series for young readers How do you choose names for your characters and do you think names are important? I believe names are important. When I was expecting my daughter, I asked my son what we should name the new baby. He said, “Don´t we have to see … Continue reading Amanda in Malta: A Great Book for Young Readers
I have been a fan of genealogy for many years now, especially since my mother and father passed away. Studying my ancestry was a way I could feel more connected to them and to their histories. One of the interesting things I discovered while tracing my family line is that I am a fifth cousin … Continue reading Life Lesson 19: Famous Ancestors Can Inspire You
My self published book is on sale on Amazon Have you written a book but cannot figure out how to get it out into the world and into the hands of readers? Well, there is a way to do it that doesn't involve agents or big-name New York City publishing houses. You can self-publish your … Continue reading Getting Your Book Published
The one good thing about the pandemic is it has given me much time to read books. No more excuses as I have all the time in the world right now! This year I have read 39 books so far and plan to make it to an even 40 if I can get myself through … Continue reading Reading My Way Through the Pandemic
During this difficult time of pandemic, it can sometimes be hard to feel much joy. We focus on how we can't see our children, parents, grandchildren, siblings or other relatives or friends and feel so sad. Because we need each other, this is especially hard for all of us. But as long as Covid-19 is … Continue reading What Are You Focusing On?
Education is not just about going to school and getting a degree. It's about widening your knowledge and absorbing the truth about life. Shakuntala Devi, an Indian woman who wrote novels and texts about math, puzzles and astrology. She was known as “the human computer” because of her ability to do complex math calculations in … Continue reading Lesson Six: Educate yourself until you find meaning