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3 Lessons Learned on the Road ~ aka: Live the Life you want to Live

We've been on the road now for several weeks and what have I learned? I'm older than I used to be. The things I want and the things I thought I wanted, aren't the same. I'm groovin' with this RV life

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Ten Years of Indie Publishing!

CLOCKWISE will forever be a book that's close to my heart. It was the story where I found my voice as a writer and also the book that landed me my first agent, a strong validation at the time. It was

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For a Little Something Different

PRE-ORDER MURDER AT THE BOARDWALK Now, for a Little Something DifferentSome of you might know this, but my husband, Norm Strauss, is a professional singer/songwriter. Before he joined me to work

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Are you ready for faith, hope and . . . murder?

The countdown to launch of Murder at St. George's Church is on.Spring is here and romance is in the air! But Chief Inspector Basil Reed has his work cut out for him if he wants to solve another case and

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Author Tip Tuesday: 15 things I have/know now (2017) I didn’t have/know then (2012)

  What they say is true: Hind sight is 20/20. Or this fabulous/painful old adage, “I wish I knew then what I know now.” Or my favorite, “Youth is wasted on the young.” :0 I've

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#PoweredByIndie – how KDP changed my life

Just last week I blogged about how Indie Publishing has changed in the last five years – mostly it's gotten a lot easier, at least when it comes to producing a book. Amazon and KDP are celebrating

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My First Five Years of Indie Publishing – How Things Have Changed

This month is my fifth Indie Publishing Anniversary! Yay me! And “Yay!” to a lot of other Indie authors who will tell you it's their fifth or sixth year, because basically that's how old this

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Author Tips Tuesday – I’ve never self-published before. Where do I start?

I had a friend ask me this recently, so I thought I'd share the email I sent to him. Here's what you do with Amazon: 1. Create an account with KDP: https://amazon.com 2. Once your account is set up,

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