I met Craig Fear in a business networking group, and after we became housemates, we also became great friends. While we no longer even live in the same state, we remain close. Craig was a skilled
Note: A few months ago, I blogged about discovering some twenty-year-old journals in my attic and taking the time to read through them. I learned that, back then, I wrote a lot of fiction, and some of
Note: Because my work with clients always involves a conversation on publishing versus self-publishing, I wanted to offer information from another expert on the topic. Last week, guest blogger
Note: My work with new clients always begins with a conversation on the options they have for publishing, the timetables associated with those choices, and the costs. The majority of my clients choose
I’ve mentioned that I’ve been rereading my journals from three decades ago. The below is a short piece I wrote in February 1994. More excerpts to come!
When Steve and I did our phase two of three moves a year ago, I made a mental note that a large plastic tote that made its way into the attic held several dozen bound journals of my creative writing.
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
Charlene Moses is the author of Given to Submission: A journey of shame, truth, and forgiveness, which is available in my Shop. I believe Charlene’s memoir of her early life will resonate with adult
In the past few weeks, I have had my head deep into the work of finalizing my client Charlene Moses’ book, and I’m excited to say it should be out before February, and Charlene’s birthday on the