Four Reasons I’m Scaling Back on Social Media

When it comes to working in the internet age, do you ever feel like this? Trying to be an expert in several different areas. Or do you ever feel like this? Trying to do everything at once and keep pace. Continue reading Four Reasons I’m Scaling Back on Social Media

How to sort through the top ten lists of five easy ways to determine the three best strategies for a successful you in 2013.

As 2013 begins, I realize I am suffering from sensory overload. I blame the internet. Possibly the most wonderful, useful, time-saving, inspirational tool I’ll see in my lifetime, the dark side of the internet is the conundrum of having too Continue reading How to sort through the top ten lists of five easy ways to determine the three best strategies for a successful you in 2013.

NaNoWriMo Update

15,347 words as of Nov. 9. I’m 344 words ahead of pace! I’m on track to finish and feeling good. I have to say that plotting before writing ROCKS! I can’t say enough for planning out a story before actually Continue reading NaNoWriMo Update

Would “The Hunt for Red October” be a bestseller today?

One of my projects as a writer learning all he can about the thriller/suspense genre is to read the early novels–first novels in particular, if I can find them–of today’s recognized best-selling authors. The authors I’ve read/am reading so far include Continue reading Would “The Hunt for Red October” be a bestseller today?

Has cyberspace created a Blogging Bubble?

Blogging. Everyone’s doing it. Well, not everyone. But if you’re not blogging, you should be. That seems to be a standard piece of advice to writers, both aspiring and established. Connect on social media. Blog, tweet, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, whatever then next Continue reading Has cyberspace created a Blogging Bubble?