In case you missed it, I did a blog interview with St. Louis author Susan McBride over at the Missouri Writers’ Guild Conference Blog last Thursday. Susan will be one of the speakers at the Guild’s 2012 “Write Time! Write Place! Write Now!” Conference.
With that interview, Susan graciously donated a copy of her most recent book LITTLE BLACK DRESS to give away to one lucky commenter. Commenting closes tonight, so you still have a chance to win.
I’m pleased to bring you my first author interview. Chris DiGiuseppi is the co-author, along with Mike Force, of The Light Bringer, a supernatural crime suspense novel that debuted earlier this month. Since then, it has been selling like crazy on Amazon.com and BN.com. Continue reading →
Before a year ago, I refused to make a Twitter account. My attitude was: I’m too busy to manage another social networking site. Facebook, LinkedIn & this website are plenty. I’d like to have a life, please!
A year ago, that changed. I landed a job as a communications associate at a national law firm. After a few days my new boss informed me that my job description included managing the firm’s Facebook Page & Twitter account. (Yikes!)
Writers network with agents and authors during MWG's 2010 conference.
My writing friend Margo L. Dill wrote an excellent photo story about the qualities of a good writing conference. The photos are from the Missouri Writers’ Guild 2010 conference which took place in Chesterfield, Mo. in April.