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Non-fiction for Indie Authors
book reviews / research

Non-fiction for Indie Authors

Here are three more interesting non-fiction books I read recently: Humor That Works–humor as the key to communication The Writer’s Lexicon Volume II–like Volume I with more words–a godsend to Indies. The Rural Setting Thesaurus–descriptions of personal and natural places as though you had been there –a note about my reviews: I only review books … Continue reading

#AuthorToolboxBlogHop: Random Acts of Kindness
tech tips for writers / writers tips

#AuthorToolboxBlogHop: Random Acts of Kindness

I’m excited to join Raimey Gallant’s #AuthorToolbox monthly blog hop (third Wednesday of each month) with the theme of resources/learning for authors. Posts are related to the craft of writing, editing, querying, marketing, publishing, blogging tips for authors, reviews of author-related products, or anything that an author would find helpful. We share our experiences as it … Continue reading

Teacher-Authors: Here’s What’s Going on at my Education Blog
Teacher-authors

Teacher-Authors: Here’s What’s Going on at my Education Blog

Once a month, I’ll post an article that was popular over on my teacher blog, Ask a Tech Teacher. This one surprised me. After all–it’s about Christmas! Well, turns out, lots of parents and grandparents struggle with good gifts for teachers year round, be it birthdays, special events, or Teacher Appreciation Week. So, I thought … Continue reading

How I’m Doing on Against All Odds–4
Against All Odds / Crossroads / Man vs Nature

How I’m Doing on Against All Odds–4

Time for a monthly update on how I’m doing with my WIP, Against All Odds, Book 3 of the Crossroads trilogy. Based on a true story, the extraordinary saga of hardship, conflict, family, and survival… A quick summary: What should have been their new home became a battle to survive. A million years of evolution made Xhosa tough … Continue reading