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An Update on Halloween's Eve

It’s been a slow couple of weeks.

Jack got sick last Sunday. It was a cold coupled with throwing up, so I spent a few nights holding him a lot and trying to get him some rest. 427 more words

All About Me

The Emotional Turmoil of Getting Published

What is Success in Writing?

For so many years, the end goal of my writing was to land an agent, sign with a publisher, and have my fully-legitimized book thrust out into the world with the approval stamp of the publishing house on its spine. 862 more words

Writing

Fall 2020 Update

In spite of these unusual times, I am here to report that the written word still lives! Of course 2020 has taken more twists and turns than we could have ever anticipated, but in spite of these circumstances, we continue to produce, publish, and read. 171 more words

Editing

#ReleaseBlitz - Blog Tour for Blood Money by Chris Riedel for #RABTBookTours - White Collar Crime - #Giveaway

Blood Money: One Man’s Bare-Knuckle Fight to Protect Taxpayers from Medical Fraud

True Crime/Thriller

Date to be Published: 10/13/20

Publisher: Acorn Publishing

 

 

BLOOD MONEY is the true legal thriller of a terrifying David vs. 648 more words

#bookblogger

Cover Crush: Murder at Queen's Landing by Andrea Penrose

Murder at Queen’s Landing is part of the Wrexford & Sloane Series by Andrew Penrose. I must admit I have not started the series as of yet but I’m keeping a close eye on it. 386 more words

Book Spotlight

YOU CAN'T EXTRACT XML FILES OF YOUR OWN POSTS EVEN THOUGH YOU "OWN" THEM

After we got through my explaining that it wasn’t because I was trying to export all my files, but actually 10 months — from January 2020 to today — they wanted me to take a picture of it. 866 more words

Photography

Are #Publishers learning from their mistakes?

Francesco I d’Este Provides for His People During the Great Plague of 1630, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

At the STM Association Annual Meeting in “virtual Frankfurt” last week, much of the focus was on how scholarly publishers are responding to the COVID crisis. 1,033 more words

Academic Publishing