It’s kind of sad when a full-price book beats a 99-cent nekked guy –but we have! At least, we have for today. I’m good with that! Fame is all too fleeting, but love endures. And A Very Austen Christmas is a book that love built. Robin, Wendi, Barbara and I wrote these stories out of friendship… Continue reading Not today, Nekked Guy!
Along the indie publishing road, it’s tempting to think that I must go it alone. The wheat fields are waving, the dust clouds are rolling–and I am traveling that lonesome highway on my own. After all, I make the decisions, hire the services, and set the deadlines. Daunting, yes. But I’ve discovered that I kind… Continue reading Day 29: From California to the New York island
What Robert A. Heinlein said: “A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet, balance accounts, build a wall, set a bone, comfort the dying, take orders, give orders, cooperate, act alone, solve equations, analyze a new problem, pitch… Continue reading Day 25: Specialization is for insects
That’s what today’s prompt asks for: a “true bibliophile.” I didn’t have to go far to find one because my blogging pal fits the bill nicely. In Robin Helm’s own words, here is how an avid reader comes to be. <><><> Reading has fascinated me since I was old enough to understand words. I am the… Continue reading Day 19: Meet Robin Helm, bibliophile