As promised, here is the sign up form for authors who wish to contribute books to this year’s Hootenanny! Click on the helpful(?) elf and that will take you to the form. Thanks!
Who doesn’t love some good swag? The key word there being GOOD. Nobody wants bad swag. So, what makes some swag good and some bad? Here are some thoughts! Perspective Often times, the difference between good swag and bad swag is as simple as who’s looking at it. For example, as an author, I have… Read More Swag! (Marketing Series #9)
OR: How the hell did my Fixadent fly five feet into the toilet? Happy Monday to ya’ll. I have to say that: The last Monday is my day. So, I don’t have the distinct pleasure of wishing you TGIF! I deal – so should you. This picture has nothing to do with the paranormal activity going… Read More Poltergeist Activity
Hey all! It’s Sunday and that means a guest blog! Today we’re joined by Elizabeth Andre. She’s also giving away a paperback and an ebook today, so be sure to drop a comment into the space below. Good luck! 10 Things I Learned Rewriting a 20-year old Manuscript by Elizabeth Andre More than 20 years… Read More 10 things I learned rewriting a 20-year old manuscript by Elizabeth Andre (Plus a FREE book!)
Hey all! It’s Erin Saluta’s day off. Luckily, longtime member of the Women and Words community, Ted Beveridge, took up the baton. Let me take a moment to say how cool it is that Ted not only reads Women and Words, but also feels safe enough to contribute a guest blog now and again. He… Read More A Reader’s Perspective by Ted Beveridge
PEEPS! How is everyone? Welcome to another Friday and another jaunt with me through the realms of fandom, wherever they may take us. This week, we’re crossing boundaries again, from fictional to real world, and seeing how a fandom from a beloved 1980s movie interacts with the past and present, all at the SAME TIME.… Read More Fangirl Friday: Goonies Never Say Die!
We’ve just reached the end of the Women’s festival in Eressos (http://www.womensfestival.eu/) and suddenly the place feels like a ghost town as people quickly decant for office jobs and school starts and real life. My real life is here, and the exodus leaves me feeling satisfied. I had a great time as always, but I’m… Read More So comes autumn.