This month, I am proud and humbled to introduce to you Rocky Russell, author of “Tico“, “Lies Exposed: Truth Revealed“, and his latest novel, “The Life and Times of Christopher Le Monte“, the story of a sixteen-year-old having to run for his life after a family feud. To stay alive, he becomes one of the … More Author of the month, Rocky Russell
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Dianne Stadhams has asked me: I know from reading your regular blogs that you have tried a variety of marketing routes to generate sales, Paula. Did the freebie sales weekend in USA (which I seem to recall ended with you listed as an…
Random Thoughts/Irritations: On following your blog… If you do not allow me to click the “follow” button without requiring my email address, I will not follow your blog. Many bloggers give an option for the reader to surrender their email address. I prefer having the option. Unfinished books – reading, not writing “False Memory” by … More Randomness – March 7, 2021
I have been busier than a fox in a hen house! Nearly one month ago, my husband was exposed to Covid by a fellow employee who infected three other employees. My husband was “sick” for a few days but, not knocked down… he persevered. Within the two week period of watching for symptoms, I became … More Was it Covid?
I never considered what it feels like when another blogger asks to interview you. Yes, I have been featured on Spillwords Press, and that was exciting, although my interview fell short of my writing skills. With that in mind, I now pay much more attention when answering interview questions and I am happy with the … More The Right Formula
I am happy to introduce to you, Jes Drew, whom I requested to participate in my “Author of the Month” feature after I read her book, At Summer’s End, which I thoroughly enjoyed. In interview fashion, I posed thirty plus questions to Jes, allowing her to pick and choose which questions interested her. I … More Author of the Month, Jes Drew
The time is nearly upon us. Today, October 6, 2020, is the eve of Edgar Allan Poe’s 171st death anniversary. October winds are stripping our oaks of their leaves while spiders try to sneak underfoot anytime our entry-door opens, seeking warmth — only to be stalked and killed by our cat. Halloween is around the … More The Eve of Poe’s Death
COMING SOON!! This publication features four internationally published authors, including myself, celebrating the life of Edgar Allan Poe on the one-hundred-seventy-first anniversary of his death. Each author’s story is directly influenced by one, or more, of Poe’s stories.
Have you noticed how much I love Spillwords Press? Well, I do! And, today, my poem, “Lancelot Left Home” is published on their site. It is a poem I wrote over thirty years ago when our dog, Lancelot, left home, never to return. I wrote the poem through tears and sobs. All these years later, … More Lancelot Left Home
When one of your poems is scheduled to debut in the first production in a series of poetry narrated by the incomparable Wendy Vogel via Sweetycat Press, one is very happy. BUT, when that production’s release date happens on said poet’s birthday, it becomes a gift! Happy Birthday to Me! To view The Poetics on … More The Poetics – A Sweetycat Press Presentation