Note: I was featured recently in book blogger Laura Smith’s blog as a guest poster. Laura reviews books and blogs about them. What appears below is an excerpt from the post I wrote for her site.
Last November, I had an email that I first thought must be spam because it was from a potential client—but he lived in the UK.
I am still feeling the financial effects of COVID-19.
Note: Charlene Moses’ memoir, Given to Submission, has been out for about a month, and we wanted to check in with her to see what kind of feedback she has been getting. The following is a Q&A
Note: As I worked to publish “Willful Evolution: Because healing the heart takes strength,” I reached out to online bloggers and print reviewers alike to secure book reviews. One blogger who responded
With Willful Evolution: Because healing the heart takes strength available now in my Shop and on Amazon, I wanted to put some more information out there to help potential readers get a better sense of
Nick Grabbe is a former colleague of mine, from our newspaper days. Nick was the editor of the Amherst Bulletin, and I was an editor at a partner paper owned by the same publishers. Recently, I had
How do you come back and thrive after your husband dies four days after you are laid off from a job that was supporting your family?
I am excited to say that I made the last five tweaks to Willful Evolution today and instructed Off the Common Books in Amherst, Massachusetts to print a first batch for me. Copies should be hot off
Nick Grabbe was a longtime editor of the Amherst Bulletin, a weekly paper that covered Amherst, Massachusetts, and was owned by the DeRose brothers, who also were the publishers of the Daily Hampshire