An impossible goal? Maybe. But I don’t think so. I mean, what’s involved here? It should be distraction-free. It should provide potentially inspiring distractions. Writing equipment (phone, laptop, voice recorder, whatever) should be well-suited to the space. Right. No problem. What I’m getting at: for me at least, everything needs to be portable. And swappable!
Hi! Just putting this up because I like my wife’s new cookbook cover. I’ll be back with my normal post tomorrow morning. At least I think I will. The cover may change a bit, especially that colon…if put up on Amazon that way, it’ll look like a subtitle. But there’s a separate subtitle, with potentially
Well, let me say this up front: it doesn’t have to be complicated. For instance, I recently pulled Take Back Your Privacy from Amazon’s KDP Select program, and as of yesterday you can get it free via Smashwords. It’ll hit more retailers (update: like Kobo) soon. But, hey, it’s free already. Done! Right? Why’d I
Hey y’all! I played around with the website design yesterday. Most of you get these posts via either RSS or email, but if you want to see a pic of me smoking a cigar and looking ridiculous from last Thanksgiving? You can. It’d be more fun to have included more of the pic–there was this
Hi! First off? Some of you like to talk to me by hitting “reply” to my emailed posts. Which is very cool. I like it a bunch. However, if you’re using one of Microsoft’s email services, they don’t like my email server. Which means I can’t send a response via that method. This is an
Okay. I have what appears to be the flu. It’s inconvenient, as it makes concentrating on a new novel much more difficult. I also can’t do some of the other things I had planned for today. So, instead, I started reading stuff on the internet. Probably a mistake! Here’s Claire Wolfe, who was recently generous