Communication

Why I’m Glad I’m Not a Kid: Part Two

Both of them have their phones in hand, fingers gyrating madly, half-smiles on their lips. My old fingers aren’t so coordinated, and here lies another reason I’m glad not to be a kid these days. Technology is great. I love it. Obviously, you’re reading this via the Internet on my website as a blog post. …

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7 Must-Ask Questions to Find Your Perfect Book Editor – Part II

 I hope you haven’t been holding your breath for a week waiting for the second part of Kristen’s post on finding the perfect editor for your book. Waiting with bated breath is good. Holding your breath for a week? Not so much. Now here’s Kristen with the rest of the questions that will help you …

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Share the Love: Avoid the Haters

The purpose of this blog is to connect with future readers of the young adult fantasy series I’m writing. In reading my words here, you get to know me as “the person behind” the stories. If you like what you get here, you won’t mind parting with hard-earned cash to read a book I’ve written. …

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Being Right Means being Able to apologize

A few weeks ago, I posted about maintaining family traditions around the holidays. I didn’t say there was no room for change, but I did mention conversations held with my son. He responded to the post (which you can read here) by saying he felt he had been misrepresented. I made him look bad. My …

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Stir the Pot to Gain Comments

I confess that I follow at least two blogs that are known to tackle controversial topics on a regular basis. I enjoy listening to those writers build their case and I’m intrigued by some of the intelligent responses they garner. I don’t share these posts. Most of the time, I don’t even press the “Like” …

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Is a Power Point without a Presenter Worthwhile?

Once again, one of my online professors has assigned a Power Point project. While I have no problems researching and designing these presentations, I wonder at their effectiveness. What is the point of a presentation? It should display facts and media that informs or persuades an audience. Can a slide show do that without a …

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