Monthly Archives: February 2015

How Many People Loved Mr. Spock? By Susan Hanniford Crowley

It’s time to fess up.  Everyone who loved Mr. Spock on Star Trek, raise your hand!  If you’re like me with your hand in the air, then we are sad to lose actor Leonard Nimoy yesterday at age 83. He … Continue reading

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Cover Reveal by Stacy Hoff

In my humble opinion, there is nothing more exciting to authors than the moment we first see our cover art. Since I am not only a writer but an artist, seeing each new cover is the ultimate creative experience. The verbal … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned: Secret 8 – How to Hashtag on Social Media

I’m a social media marketer in my day job in addition to doing websites. Consequently I like to keep up on trends and collect cheat sheets that will keep me straight on all the social media platforms. Just by looking … Continue reading

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Great Expectations… Are They Great Enough?

I’m not sure I’ve ever blogged about this but I am a podcast junkie. I love them! And some of my favorite podcasts I’ve discovered via NPR. Most recently I listened to a podcast called Invisibilia which discussed how our … Continue reading

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Ad for RT on the go and Translations for Burns Like Fire Are Almost Ready! by Mandy Rosko

Okay, I need to take in a deep breath because, wow, I’m spending a ton of money lately on  advertising and writing costs. The cost to translation my short novel into German, after Canadian to American conversion, worked itself up … Continue reading

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The Sunlit Paranormal-Scope

Being snowed in after snowed in after snowed in, everyone I know is feeling sad to depressed. We need sunlight and flowers and hugs. Keep wishing. Wishes do come true! While I am not qualified in any way to read … Continue reading

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F is for Fifty Shades of Grey

Yes, I’m actually going there, or at least partly. I have not read Fifty Shades nor have I seen the movie. I know only that it started out as fan fiction for Twilight, it was turned into a book that … Continue reading

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