For me, summer officially starts when my kids are out of school. This Friday will mark their last day and I’m so excited to launch some new projects. One of them is a program directed at high school students, which puts the lazy days of summer to good use and will impress college admissions officers. I recently met with a college guidance counselor who gave Read More
Why Competition is Good for You
You just heard that a fellow author has hit the big time...best-seller list, agents crawling out of the woodwork, talk of a movie deal. How do you feel? Jealous? Maybe a bit of naysaying about the actual worthiness of the book? Stop. I’m going to explain why competition is good for you. It’s as simple as that old adage, “Variety is the spice of life.” Read More
Big Brother of Ebooks?
For this edition of #MondayBlogs, I'm linking to a Huffington Post article that brings up the question of who is monitoring your ebook reads. Imagine a Big Brother of ebooks. The article paints a picture of corporate espionage, but it's not yet confirmed. So what do you think? Here's the link to the article, "Is Adobe's eBook Reader Spying on What You Read More