Japanese garden in Portland, Oregon.
Japanese garden in Portland, Oregon.
I’m over at Norah Colvin’s blog sharing about my School Days Reminiscences. Please click the link below and head over to read the original post and read the archives of other bloggers’ posts.
Welcome to the School Days, Reminiscences series in which my champion bloggers and authors share reminiscences of their school days. It’s my small way of thanking them for their support and of letting you know about their services and publications.
This week, I am pleased to introduce Miriam Hurdle, poet, blogger, flash fiction writer, photographer, ex-teacher and educator. She blogs at the Showers of Blessings and recently published a book of poems entitled Songs of Heartstrings: Poems of Gratitude and Beatitude.
I first met Miriam at the Carrot Ranch when she rode up and joined in the flash fiction challenges. Since then, we’ve met up in many different places around the blogosphere. Considering she’s been blogging even longer than I; I’m surprised we hadn’t met earlier. We share our thoughts on education and grandchildren, and in fact on anything to do with making our journeys through life the…
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Sue invite you to be her guest on her 17,000 follower blog. Hop over to read about it. 🙂
“The time has come, the walrus said, to talk of many things…”
At 17.00 every day, I like to publish a guest post, inviting other writers, bloggers, photographers and artists to share their work and their stories. The Daily Echo Blog has just topped the 17,000 followers mark… not a huge readership by global standards, but not a number to be sneezed at either, especially if you have something to share.
Why not be my guest? Read on to find out how…
Have you have had a strange experience or encounter that you would like to share? I am not looking for sensationalism or fictional tales… but in light of the response to recent posts, I think it would be both useful and reassuring to others to realise that none of us are alone in these strange encounters and experiences and perhaps we can open discussion on what they may…
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The Authors’ Day for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at California State University, Fullerton, California was on October 4, 2018. OLLI is a program for the semi-retired and retired individuals. The program offers a couple hundred classes and are conducted by volunteer retired professionals. One class is Publish Before You Perish. The OLLI members have published many books. On this day, the authors promoted their books and did the book signing.
There were fourteen authors at the October 4 Authors’ Day. I’m still in the final stage of editing my poetry book but was invited to take part for the pre-launch promotion.
The next Authors’ Day will be on October 27, 2018 at the Fullerton Public Library. Besides the book promotion, there will be three panel presentations by the best-selling authors and some OLLI authors. Read more
Please read and share this wealth of information on Self-Publishing by Debby Gies, aka D. G. Kaye. I’ve learned so much from her post.
How to Build a Readership with Blogging
and Prepare for Publishing by Debby Gies
As writers who choose to self-publish, we must understand that we’ve chosen to be not only writers but publishers, marketers, and promoters of our work because these components are all essential parts of running a business. Yes, your business! If we intend to sell books, it’s in our best interests to learn about these things as well as building an author platform. If we don’t put in the time to promote our work, our books will surely sit and collect dust on the virtual shelves, lost in a sea of hundreds of thousands of other books.
Although we may be publishing in a digital world, our business is no different than if we opened our own brick and mortar store. We wouldn’t leave our doors unlocked and wares left unattended, would we? So, let’s get into…
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