Switching from the free (.wordpress.com) website to a self-hosted (.com) site has a lot of support. For starters, there are plenty of how-to articles with step by step instructions. There are YouTube videos. The self-hosting service I chose (Site Ground) works with WordPress so that computer illiterate people, like me, only have to push aContinue reading “One Good Way to Make Your Brain Leak Out Your Ears”
Welcome to the 2018 #AuthorToolboxBlogHop and my first post for the hop! Come join in and post useful, helpful or interesting things for other authors. This blog hop is the brainchild of Raimey Gallant and you can sign up on her website. By inclination I’m a Pantser (Pantsers, Pantsers, Oi, Oi, Oi!) (That’s our motto) (I justContinue reading “Plotting, for Pantsers”
Let’s start off the new year with some good, practical, social media stuff. Yay! You can refer back to my Instagram For Authors post if you want to refresh yourself on the basics. For now, I’m going to assume that you’ve at least clicked around on some social media and have seen hashtags, even if you don’tContinue reading “Instagram For Authors: Using Hashtags”
Like a woodscrafty tracker person. Minus the fleas.
Containing an awkward author photo and Calvin & Hobbes.
You do you, and give yourself the credit for doing it.
Another edition of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group and the glory that is their steadfast support. If you’re into things like that, their Twitter handle is @TheIWSG and hashtag is #IWSG The awesome co-hosts for the August 2 posting of the IWSG are Christine Rains, Dolarah @ Book Lover, Ellen @ The Cynical Sailor, Yvonne Ventresca, and LGContinue reading “Very Much Petted Peeves”