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5 Tips to Overcome 'The Best Laid Plans' Syndrome

Sometimes, no matter how much we think we’ve planned or gotten our stuff together we run into snags in our schedule. Today’s post is a perfect example of that. 612 more words

Blogging Advice

An Interview on a Dinghy for The Man Who Missed the Boat

Peter Wells, from the popular blog Counting Ducks, has written another book and it just came out today (April 9)!


It’s not enough that his blog is wildly successful. 1,324 more words


Marketing a Book #4 – A Very Public Interview

My first television interview was aired at 5:30 PM on April 2nd on Cogeco’s Cable 14 – Hamilton, Ontario. I had been interviewed for employment many times, but never publicly, and never about something as personal as an autobiography. 969 more words


Marketing a Book #3 The Mysterious World of Publicity and Publicists

Writing a book was challenging. Bringing it to the point of being published was a matter of time and mechanics. Seeing the book as a finished product was more exciting than I thought it would be. 907 more words


How to Balance Marketing efforts with creative endeavors

Author, Jeri Walker, featured me in another guest post this week.  Please comment on and share the link if you feel so inclined, and see what I had to say about balancing a schedule that seems overwhelming with marketing efforts.


Rick Pipito

Why Authors Need Twitter and How to Use it Effectively

After talking with small business owner and social media top-dog, Karen Yankovich about the benefits of using social media to promote your author awesomeness, it became clear to Kate and I that we should share some of her wisdom to help put… 530 more words

PR And Marketing

Marketing a Book #2 – Lemony Snicket’s Great Advice

Marketing a Book #2 – Lemony Snicket’s Great Advice

Wouldn’t it be great to come up with a concept as neat as Lemony Snicket. Of course, that idea reflects the genius of David Handler. 527 more words