Category Archives: Stone Heart’s Woman

DEALING WITH CODEINE, WORD AND WORK

It’s difficult to get the brain working while on codeine and other stuff made especially to kill germs. Because I’m rarely sick, even the common cold comes as a surprise, so this bout with bronchitis really knocked me for a … Continue reading

Posted in formatting to Kindle, indenting first line in Word, paranormal mainstream, Stone Heart's Woman, western historical romance, Wolf Song, Word | 4 Comments

ANTICIPATING PUBLICATION…AGAIN

Back in the 1990s, I finally received “that call” from a publisher in NYC telling me they wanted to buy my book. I’d only been at it for ten years, but to be fair, the first few I had no … Continue reading

Posted in A Savage Grace, e book publishing, indie publishing, mid-list crisis, produce a body of work, publishing in NYC, Stone Heart's Woman, Velda Brotherton, Wolf Song | 2 Comments

THE IMPORTANCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA

Ozarks in the fall, an enticing image now. I recently received an email from an old friend who is having a lot of her books published this year. She told me that her publisher is urging her to get on … Continue reading

Posted in Facebook, Google, Kindle back list books, Stone Heart's Woman, The Wild Rose Press, Velda Brotherton, writers and social media | 5 Comments