Is there such a thing as journalistic purity? Can you expect rationality from a troll? These are some of the meaty matters I discuss here.
During this post-Kickstarter limbo period, I reflect on the benefits beyond the financial ones of my campaign, on living up to my contributors’ expectations, and more.
Think travel writing is glamorous — and lucrative? This excerpt from Getting Naked for Money will change your mind.
I was quick to rush to judgment on Caitlyn Jenner, especially on the age inappropriateness of her pose. Maybe I should look in the mirror.
Lessons learned from a Kickstarter campaign include forgoing pride, being persistent, and moving on when something doesn’t work. And being shameless.
With 9 days left in the Kickstarter campaign, I’m upping the ante, and putting loyalty to my adopted home on the line. If enough new contributors vote for Team Phoenix-Scottsdale vs Team Tucson, I will tweet allegiance to another city!
Keeping it real: this strategy to focus attention on the campaign uses social media in the old fashioned sense, a direct connection between friends
I was not very sophisticated about food when I started editing the Gault Millau guides at Prentice Hall Press, but was very open to learning after my 6th grade veal parmigiana epiphany.
A short roundup by guest blogger Laura E. Kelly of some great free resource books for all the creative entrepreneurs out there.
The first week’s Kickstarter successes, a doggie-version of the video, and a Memorial Day Weekend special!
Creating my book cover image involved an extensive collaborative process. In the end, Venus looked less angry and less like she had a penis.
Getting Naked for Money? Misguided? I couldn’t decide on a title for my book until a friend helped me justify the racier pick.