Outlining a narrative arc and creating composite characters helped make the memoir of veterinarian Jessica Vogelsang a success.
A radio segment, a Tent Talk at the Tucson Festival of Books, and recording an audio book version of Getting Naked for Money. Read how they’re related.
Book sale! I wanted to end this year on a high note, and what’s more appealing than a book sale (well, besides world peace)? Yes, I’ve reduced the price of Getting Naked for Money on Amazon from $15.99 to $10.99. Get the bargain while it lasts — until January 1. In 2017, well…who knows? This is a sure thing. Why […]
I am slowly working my way towards thanking all the folks who posted pictures for my Cyber Monday promotion of Getting Naked for Money. Three Cats Along with Amanda Castleman’s adorable bundle of fur, pictured at the top of this page, I’d like to credit two other feline friends of GNFM. The kitty contribution below […]
As promised — more dogs promoting Getting Naked for Money. While naked. Not Everyone Is a Pet Blogger… But some people comment on pet blogs. I first met Carla Thurber, whose Gracie is featured on the top of this page, on Will My Dog Hate Me. Carla is not sure about the James Thurber connection, but Gracie seems to be embracing […]
What do these pet bloggers, travel bloggers, and genealogy bloggers have in common? They all enlisted their cute pooches to endorse Getting Naked for Money.
I haven’t exactly held back from being political here, what with my Post-Election Letter to Hillary and other allusions to my presidential preference. My Facebook feed is even more direct about my views, and my Twitter account? Fuggedabout it. Anyone who knows me knows I’ve been feeling gloomy about the election’s outcome. This makes the upbeat persona required […]
Dateline: November 2, 2016. It is the last game of the World Series to end all World Series. The Chicago Cubs, who haven’t won a game in 108 years, are playing the Cleveland Indians, who last nabbed the pennant in 1948. Talk about stiff competition for an event. So I was doubly thrilled with the turnout for […]
I can’t believe it. We’re practically halfway through November and I didn’t think to give myself a book-related challenge. How did that happen? I’m so good at self-flagellation and self-inflicted pain. Last Year’s Challenge: Writing Here’s what I posted last year. Somehow, November has come to be designated the month of writing challenges. Write Part […]