Monthly Archives: December 2013

Using Social Media to Solve a Murder

Wendy Sand Eckel is a licensed social worker who self-published her first book about helping her dyslexic daughter learn to read and write. That experience convinced her that she wanted to be published the traditional way. Her debut traditionally-published novel, named … Continue reading

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It’s Never Too Early to Starting Branding

Kris Tualla retired from teaching school in 2006 after the youngest of her four children started college. She figured it was time to do something for herself, and she wanted to write romance novels. Of course, she had to learn how … Continue reading

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My Journey

After three decades as a professional writer, I woke up one day with an idea for a novel.”Pffft,” I said to my rumpled morning reflection. “Me write a novel?” With an ounce of prompting from a friend, I tapped out … Continue reading

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It’s a Marathon

  Even when Christine Finlayson was earning her bachelor’s degree in environmental science and her master’s in water resources, she knew what she really wanted to do was write about the environment, especially water. “I was always very drawn to … Continue reading

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