I’m in the process of updating some of my nonfiction books. It’s been a few years, and one thing I’ve noticed is that covers have really been amped up a notch. When I started putting my books out there, I did the covers myself and that seemed to work fine for a while. But no […]
I came across this fun feature from Amazon Kindle that allows you see which parts of your book people highlight the most.
Hey guys, I’m appearing at Shannon Vannatter’s blog this week talking about Internet dating and my real life romance. Please visit if you’re so inclined, and be sure to comment for your chance to win a copy of my book, Internet Dating Is Not Like Ordering a Pizza.
It’s always nice to hear how your work has touched someone, and maybe even helped them. As a relationship writer, I love when people tell me about their dating success!
I suppose it’s natural to want to look back over the year and see where you’ve been. Does it help you figure out where you’re headed? In some cases, yes!
A nice surprise today to see my book, Internet Dating is Not Like Ordering a Pizza, featured on Entrepreneur Magazine. The review is listed under the small press book watch, undoubtedly as an off-shoot from my appearance in the Midwest Review of Books. Once again, Midwest Review of Books is an incredibly valuable resource for […]
How great a name is Geek’s Dream Girl for a blog? I loved this concept! And the blog is fabulous. It’s also the second stop on my virtual book tour. Check out my post on How to overcome the fear of Internet dating. (You know some of you folks are afraid to Internet date! You […]
There’s some people that you just instantly get a good feeling from. That’s how it was with Tricia Crisafulli, creator of the online mag Faith, Hope, and Fiction. I mean, take a look at this picture… doesn’t she look like a fun, upbeat person? I had the good fortune of being interviewed by Tricia and […]
Just finished an interview with Denise from the Gotta Write Network. She asked me some great questions, and covered a variety of topics from poetry to online dating. Here’s a sampling of questions from our interview: In “Father’s Eyes,” is it the eyes of Jesus or a mortal father you’re focusing on? What have you […]