This month, I've been ruminating on patience (my own, or lack thereof, and others').
Every Sunday when I was a kid in the tiny New York town of Hillsdale, my parents would drive five miles down a dirt road to the local grocery store to pick up the New York Times. My parents were transplants from the greater metropolitan area of New York City; I imagine that great hunk... Continue Reading →
And now for something completely different… a conversation! I’m excited to interview Kourtney Heintz, author of the recently published novel "The Six Train to Wisconsin." I’ve been following Kourtney’s blog for more than a year. I was honored that she chose to interview me about CreateSpace when she was deciding what publishing route to take. ... Continue Reading →
Surprise, gratitude, and relief came to visit when I saw that Kourtney Heintz had tagged me to participate in The Next Big Thing. I've been working on a blog post for several days that hasn't come together yet. How much less stressful to answer a set of structured questions about my work-in-progress and pass the... Continue Reading →
I am probably the biggest hypocrite in the world. Why? I don't read self-published books. Upon realizing this sad fact, I set out to change my ways. I spent some time last week visiting Book Blogs and reading summaries and excerpts of some self-published books. After this experience, I can say to the reviewer I... Continue Reading →