Endorsers, Great & Small: Dogs & the Bloggers Who Love Them, Pt.1

Endorsers, Great & Small: Dogs & the Bloggers Who Love Them, Pt.1

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.

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Single-Minded on Cyber Monday

Single-Minded on Cyber Monday

I know, I know. I have become single-minded, a one-woman promotion machine. All I can say is thank you for your continued support and tolerance. I promise to wind down my alternating guilt-provoking and cajoling personae once the holidays are over. Social Media Blast That would not be yet. I have mentioned this promotion in my latest […]

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Forget the Election: Buy My Book

Forget the Election: Buy My Book

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 […]

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Contest: Would You Go On a Nudist Vacation? Tell Me & Win a Book

Contest: Would You Go On a Nudist Vacation? Tell Me & Win a Book

I am not a nudist, though I played one as a journalist. When I was offered an assignment from More magazine to go to a nudist resort–undercover and uncovered–I was skeptical, to say the least. I was no prude. I’d been to a couple of nude beaches and had done some youthful skinny dipping. And, hey, I’m […]

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A Post-Election Letter to Hillary

A Post-Election Letter to Hillary

I posted on Facebook that I was down about the election, that I didn’t have the heart to market my book. Several people suggested I send a copy to Hillary. So I did.

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Tucson Launch of Getting Naked for Money

Tucson Launch of Getting Naked for Money

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 […]

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NaBoMarMo: National Book Marketing Month Challenge

NaBoMarMo: National Book Marketing Month Challenge

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 […]

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Hillary Clinton, My Literary Muse

Hillary Clinton, My Literary Muse

Hillary Clinton helped me finish my memoir. Not the candidate herself, of course, but the example of her life. I’m sorry I didn’t make that clear earlier on in this election cycle.  I was being, well, politic. No longer. Fear of Being Tarnished It’ll come as a surprise to exactly no one who knows me that I’m a […]

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Book Launches, Arugula & Rugelach

Book Launches, Arugula & Rugelach

It’s the Tucson event of the season: The launch of Getting Naked for Money at The Carriage House, Nov. 2, 5-7pm. Don’t miss it.

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How to Screw Up a Book Launch: 7 Easy Steps

How to Screw Up a Book Launch: 7 Easy Steps

Sure, having good books is essential to any book launch, but if you don’t have the aerodynamics down, your book won’t take off. What not to do.

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Genre Bending: Round Books In Square Slots

Genre Bending: Round Books In Square Slots

Is my book a memoir? A tell-all? Is it about travel or women or publishing or writing…or all of the above? Amazon wants to know.

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The Invisible Press Becomes Manifest

The Invisible Press Becomes Manifest

How the ghostly Invisible Press became a presence — and maybe a future force. Long may it and its authors live and prosper.

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