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Using My Words – Consulting

Consulting? Me? Yep. No one is more surprised than I am that folks want my opinion. Not that I don’t have a lot of opinions. Still, it surprises me. But, if you think about it, it kind of makes sense. I’ve been in advertising and promotions for nearly 15 years and I’ve got several bestsellers out there in the new ... Read More »

A Writer’s Space – Lindsay Marks

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Get your envy pants on, boys and girls. Lindsay Marks, author of Daddy Issues, is here to share her writing spaces with us. That’s right, spaces. With a space for every purpose and an ocean just out the door she’s got a lot to share.   WHEN THE MUSE CALLS, SHE NEEDS SPACE By Lindsay Marks Greetings from Santa Monica, ... Read More »

Rachel Thompson – 10 Things I Wish I Knew


10 Things I Wish I Knew About Being an Author I Didn’t Know Before by Rachel Thompson When I first started writing my author blog (about four and a half years ago), I had NO idea the extent of marketing I would have to do once I published my first book. Now that I’m three books in (all bestsellers), I’ve ... Read More »

Benjamin Wallace Book Fair

Remember when the book fair came to school. It was best way to get money from your folks, because people, especially parents, aren’t allowed to hate books. Well, this is just like that book fair from school except I can promise all of the books have bad words in them. All of my ebooks are on sale for $2.99 for ... Read More »

“What on Earth was he listening to when he wrote this?”

Michael Estrin, author of Murder and Other Distractions, joins us to talk about how music helps him write. Here’s Michael: I am not what you would call a “music person.” You probably figured that out because I put “music person” in quotes. I’ve always been this way. In elementary school, my music teacher took away my recorder—probably the world’s simplest ... Read More »

A Writer’s Space: Rose

Author Andrea Wulf writes under the name of Rose Wulf and she has been kind enough to share her writer’s space with us. Here’s Andrea: My current writing space is, quite simply, my bedroom. Not that I don’t ever do any writing in other spaces, but that is where the vast majority of my writing gets done. Since I still ... Read More »


If we’re not already pizza. When I first got into advertising I worked on a pizza account. You’ve heard of them. Actually, I named the P’zone. It was a joke. They didn’t get it and they ran with it. Sorry, America. Aside from the rare opportunity to work potty humor into a calzone, we did a lot of coupon work. ... Read More »