Tag Archives: non-fiction

Is My Work Worth the Work?

Writing is work. So, of course, is marketing. I don’t limit the concept of marketing to agents and publishers and glossy magazine pitches. Marketing your work also includes the delicate balancing act between gaining an audience for a piece on your blog or other platforms and spamming the life out of social media by linking …

Continue reading

Launch! “Thoughts I Wrote Down…” is Now Live!

The time for even more of my opinions has come. My essay collection,¬†Thoughts I Wrote Down Because I Hate Talking to People is now live at several merchant sites. It will become available in several others in the coming days. Here is a universal link to see if your preferred source for ebooks has it. …

Continue reading

Coming Soon: My First Non-Fiction

My third novel will be published sometime this summer, but before that, (on an as yet undetermined launch date) I will publish my first book of non-fiction. It’s called,¬†Thoughts I Wrote Down Because I Hate Talking To People. Snarky, no? It will be a collection of about 20 informal essays, written by yours truly. It …

Continue reading

Potpourri

General thoughts and recent adventures. -I am sore for a second straight day, for multiple reasons. The first and main reason is that a few days ago, I engaged in some aerobics. Actually I engaged in exactly one half of the first, baby steps training lesson on a DVD of aerobic exercises. My attempt to …

Continue reading

Don’t Struggle With Every Word.

I take pride in my writing. Being a writer, I have to. I’m not about to have my name on lazy trash. I grant you, any given piece of writing may not be a masterpiece from within my opus, but not everything I write is intended to be. Still, I believe my quality control is …

Continue reading