4 10 2013
Most of the time, when an individual is planning a vacation, they have to consider all aspects of the time they will spend away from home. The lodging, the transportation, the meals and so on are all things that have to be thought of. One way to limit the expense that all of this creates, […]
21 03 2013
I’ve decided to go public with my intentions: I will not be asking Ann Coulter for a date. There are some good reasons.
11 02 2013
I had never given the matter much thought in the past but after an experience I enjoyed lately, I am now rather of the opinion that you can.
1 12 2012
“Pooh,” said Christopher Robin, “where did you find that pole?” Pooh looked at the pole in his hands. “I just found it,” he said. “I thought it ought to be useful, so I just picked it up.”
14 01 2012
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9 08 2011
Terrifying thought, isn’t it? It has been known to happen to all writers. I’m not talking about writer’s block, nothing as severe as Stephen King’s character, Mike Noonan, in Bag of Bones where he turns on the computer and actually throws himself from the screen (okay, it may not be a computer, been years since […]
4 02 2011
Here Are Some of the Reasons Why Reading Is So Important for Children
12 01 2011
Writers often get stuck because they make assumptions about writing, finishing, publishing, and promoting their books. A recent client confessed that he thought a book was just too big a project. Using professional, respected information, writers can finally realize their book dream.
6 09 2010
Does the thought of doing the bookwork send you into a frenzy? Do you find anything to do other than get your finances in order? You may be missing some great communication with your books, which could ultimately guide you to success in your business and your personal life.
21 07 2010
I recently was made aware of two comparative statistics that I thought you might find extremely valuable.