Mid South con – pre-con post

Mid South con – pre-con post

Mid South con – pre-con post

Welcome to all my new fans and followers… It’s been a grueling week, y’all. I have put in more hours this week doing stuff that I hate to do than any other week this year thus far. Yep. It’s tax time. But I also am about to get myself into something fun and writerly. It’s Mid South Con weekend! Be sure to check back here next week for my con roundup post with pics and details. If you are going to the con, be sure to check out the writer’s track panels. I will be on some! I am also

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Do you like quick updates and fast reads?

Do you like quick updates and fast reads?

I keep hearing that quick, personal posts on writer’s blogs is all the rage…is that true? Do you want more of what I am doing, rather than what I know? I try to have a variety of things on the blog to keep you interested and coming back. I hope to provide you with some cool photos soon of the places that inspired the setting of South Lake Mississippi for the Shannon Wallace mysteries. I personally DO like photo posts. They are easy to scroll through, share, and read the tiny blips underneath. Heck, I don’t have any more time

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Writer Groupie Episode 45-Stephen Zimmer, author

Writer Groupie Episode 45-Stephen Zimmer, author

Hi Groupies! This week we are changing it up a little. The fantastic Stephen Zimmer is on the blog as an author interviewee. Stephen, as you may know, has been mentioned quite a lot on my podcast, Writer Groupie. He is a very inspiring author, and he’s been my friend for a lot of years, and I am so happy to have him on Writer Groupie! I did make a podcast for you below the interview, and yes, it HAS the BIG ANNOUNCEMENT! Now that it is December I can finally talk about it! Official Bio: Stephen Zimmer is an

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Writer Groupie Episode 44 Chat with Barbara Ehrentreu, YA author/poet

Writer Groupie Episode 44 Chat with Barbara Ehrentreu, YA author/poet

Welcome, Groupies! Welcome to Episode 44! Today I interview Barbara Ehrentreu, YA author and poet. Her books are If I Could Be Like Jennifer Taylor and After. In my special intro, I talk about focusing in on your niche and how it is critical for today’s book marketing world. So if you are interested in ways to be more focused on your niche, be sure to have a listen to the audio only version. _____________ Barbara Ehrentreu is published by Muse It Up Publishing and has many insights about writing. She is an editor as well, and I am happy

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Writer Groupie Episode 43 Book Cover Design with Aaron Drown

Book Cover Art and Design Welcome, Groupies! Welcome to Episode 43! Today I interview Aaron Drown of Aaron Drown Designs. Aaron tells us all about design work and things to look for in book cover art and things to stay away from if we are DiY-ing. In my intro, I update you on Disk of Death, my first Shannon Wallace mystery, and let you know what is going on with me and Nano. It’s only on the audio version of the podcast, so be sure to check it out. Off we go…and on with the show! _____________ Aaron Drown has

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