Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Z Word by Bella Street

I admit I am a fan of all things zombie, so when Ms. Street guest blogged on I site I routinely visit I was intrigued by her book. And a free (on Smashwords for limited time) book is enough to … Continue reading

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Grillin’ Adventures

I love grilled food. Especially the blackened bits that usually contain fats and may cause cancer. Those things. That I know is a genetic trait. I get it from my mother, who only thinks it’s toast if it’s burnt. So … Continue reading

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You’re an animal

Sixty percent of all Americans owe a pet. That is a huge number. Don’t worry, I’m not here to sell you the next amazing pet product. But it does mean that animals play a part in most American’s lives and … Continue reading

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Zumaya Birthday Bash

Join Elizabeth Burton and the authors of Zumaya Publications as they tour the blogosphere to celebrate their fifth year anniversary with a month long birthday bash! Zumaya Publications is a small press publishing house based in Austin, Texas, and has … Continue reading

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Books to Build your Brand By

Unless you are Stephen King, John Grisham or Nora Roberts, as a writer you will have to learn how to market your books. An important part of that is Brand building. Now if you’re like me, business classes are those … Continue reading

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Christmas in July

Christmas is one of my favorite holidays. Maybe that’s why I like to celebrate it in July as well as December. Of course, I don’t haul out the decorations, because that would traumatized my children even more. But I do … Continue reading

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Interview with Lynda K. Scott

What prompted you to write that first book? Did you always want to be an author? I’ve always wanted to be an author. I think I was six when I wrote my first ‘book’, lol, maybe younger. My mother always … Continue reading

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