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Recently I reviewed How to Talk So Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk over at the library’s blog. I could say a lot more on about how much I liked this book (and I will). But first … Continue reading
Local author fair at the library! Next weekend! Come see us! Many great authors! Prizes and snacks! I’ve had too much coffee! Click here! See you then!
So it’s probably been a while since the latest article hit an important newspaper, where some rich guy questions the relevance of libraries, and how libraries are trying to ‘prove’ their relevance to the public by offering ‘grasping’ services like dvds, public … Continue reading
Upcoming Events I’m excited to announce that I’ll be attending some local author fairs over the next few weeks. Come out and see me if you can–I’ll have Angelhide and Demonspine for sale, plus the reveal of my next book–Heaven’s Most … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce the Self-Publishing Seminar I hosted earlier this month was a success. We had a great turnout and covered a lot of ground. Of course, there was a lot of ground we couldn’t cover. Three hours is … Continue reading
I’ve been busy writing about writing and self-publishing for the library, and it just now occurred to me that I could share this fun stuff with you. Apparently, I’m really good at compiling information and listening to myself talk for … Continue reading