Category Archives: Advice

A Horrible Ending or a Beautiful Beginning…how do you see it? #RRBC #RWISA

(I wrote this post in January but forgot to publish it.  Now, in May, you get to enjoy it). Yesterday I spent a full two hours sitting in my husband’s recliner, watching television.  Now, although this may seem mundane to you, let me explain why it was amazing for me. I never have time in …

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#RRBC SPRINGTIME BOOK & BLOG BLOCK PARTY EXTENDED!

Because you were promised one extra stop later in the evening, I just had to get one done.  And, this is a very special stop, with several very important messages. # of winners for this stop:  3 GIVEAWAYS:   (1) $10 Amazon gift card (1) 1-Day Multi-Blog Book Blast (courtesy of 4WillsPub) (1) 6-book bundle …

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8 Ways to Tarnish Your Author Brand, #RRBC #RWISA

Recently, I presented a short session on BUILDING YOUR AUTHOR PLATFORM during the RAVE REVIEWS BOOK CLUB’S 1st Annual, WRITERS’ CONFERENCE & BOOK EXPO.  (That session is still available online for a short while, and if you’d like to register for it, you still can > here).  I’d like to spend a moment now, talking …

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Kelly Vs. Hughley…Rudeness Rules Our World #RRBC

“Rudeness is the weak person’s imitation of strength.” *** I have come to the realization that I am a very strong advocate for Social Justice, which would probably pit me against, or make me a strong opponent of Social Injustice.  Agreed?  OK. While tuned in to The View Show this morning, I find that Comedian …

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ASK AND YOU SHALL RECEIVE #RRBC #RWISA

People wonder why I sometimes refer to myself as “Careful Chooser of Words.”  If I’ve had a recent visit to see the doctor, I get phone calls from family and friends, asking: “Well, what did he say?  What’s wrong?”  Most often, they all get the same response of, “Nothing’s wrong with me and I refuse …

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