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This Is What Happens When a Blogger Goofs; Or, My Attempt to Actually Feature Roz Morris Talking about #SelfPublishing…


So, back at the fated time of shortly after midnight, I turned one of Roz Morris’ posts into a re-blog… Big mistake in my own estimation, since my schedule (devised after years of blogging) is “full” posts on Monday and Wednesday, new short Tales on Friday, and re-blogs on the other days (to encourage my […]

Follow-up Video about Roz Morris’ #NewBook


Yesterday, I published the post, #BookReview of #RozMorris ’ #NewBook ~ a Wonderful ! #Travel #Memoir… Today, I feel I must ditch the regular Re-Blog and share a video with Roz Morris and Henry Hyde…  Mr. Hyde is a writer, designer, and editor; and, Roz and he talk about her new book, which I review in that post […]

Read Two of Roz Morris’ Novels for Free ~ limited time offer…


I just received these words in my email from my favorite-blogger-to-Reblog, Roz Morris:  “Hello! Last month I promised you codes to try an exciting ebook subscription service – and they’ve just landed in my inbox! Bookmate specialises in fiction and has a hand-curated collection from the major imprints and also from indies like me. As […]

#BookReview of #RozMorris ’ #NewBook ~ a Wonderful ! #Travel #Memoir


The title of this post may not be “pretty”; but, it should have some hashtag “influence” on Twitter…  The reason for desiring the influence is Roz Morris‘ new book, Not Quite Lost – Travels Without A Sense of Direction.  I know I used the words “Book Review” in the title; but, I’m much more the reporter […]

4 Cs – a plotting formula for writers who hate the formulaic – guest post at Ingram Spark


Originally posted on Nail Your Novel:
How do we tease a bunch of ideas into a plot? How much notice should we take of common plot shapes such as the Hero’s Journey? Are they worn to death now? If we get creative and throw the rules out of the window, how do we ensure we…