MISWANTING: Do the stories you read lead you astray?
We believe in fairy tales. We really do. We grow up with stories, role models, and peers who reinforce the
Sometimes, everything falls into place after a disturbance roils your thinking. That’s what happened when I read an article
When you are creating stories about climate change, disasters may loom large in the plot. The world is already experiencing
Ishmael, Challenging the Paradigm
It’s an intellectual mystery, with a very slim plot. Not the type of book you might think would sell
The Book of Hope
As I said in my previous post, I crave hope. That’s why I loved reading the latest Jane Goodall
A Bias Against Hope
It has been a male-dominated world for a long time, and white men have been the ones leading us into
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Book Giveaways: What’s Wrong with Free?
Here is a peek at the cover of a new project I am working on. It’s not my novel,
MARKETING: SOLUTIONS TO SOCIAL MEDIA?
I spent last weekend watching book marketing webinars during a 3-day marathon event put on by the Alliance of Independent
Marketing: The Core of the Problem
Last week, I wrote about my social media dilemma, and I mentioned there is a price that comes with these