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#PitMad; or, An Ode to Twitter

I didn’t know quite what to think of Twitter, at first. I’m not the greatest with social media. My Facebook account is personal, not professional; it’s primary function is to help me keep up with friends and family. My blog […]

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The Rejuvenative Power of Writing Conferences

The Rejuvenative Power of Writing Conferences

It’s been a while since I’ve had the oomph (scientific term) and I have been dry on ideas for writing topics. Which is a topic in and of itself. This last week, I was in Portland, WA & Stevenson, WA […]

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Post-Writing-Conference Self Care

Post-Writing-Conference Self Care

It never fails. A writing conference ends and I am exhausted. I’m not even a partier, staying at the hotel, or running from event to event in a frenzy. Just being ON the whole time, taking part in panels, hosting […]

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When Words Collide 2014: Compressed Edition

When Words Collide 2014: Compressed Edition

As I sit in front of a blank screen trying to convey all of my thoughts and feelings about the latest readercon I attended, I have to acknowledge how difficult the task is that I laid out for myself. Even […]

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Author Marketing

Author Marketing

I have been reading a lot about marketing lately. It’s not entirely unusual for me–I do have a degree in marketing where I vastly enjoy theory but am wary about non-arts practice. A lot of the marketing information I have […]

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The Essentials of Writing Conferences – Post 4

The Essentials of Writing Conferences – Post 4

In this series, I am going to write about the essentials of writing conferences. These are some of the most important things that I have noticed in my conference career (now entering my fifth year of 2 conferences minimum per […]

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