NOTE: You can read the previous chapters here. “Stage one complete. It took less than 80 hours from completion to discovery.” “Seems rather long.” “Not really. Small town. Not much… Read more »
Oh my! So many smoke and mirrors on the Internet. Today Donna, Victoria, and Beth discuss what you should look for when selecting a mentor, agent, or “expert” to follow…. Read more »
In today’s special episode of Notes from Minnesota, Victoria Rosendahl and I are joined by copywriter extraordinaire Donna Doyle to chat about the state of copywriting in the new year…. Read more »
Ashley heard the screams. She watched the crowd turn and gasp. She saw Justin stumble towards the post office. She smelled coagulated blood. Its pungent odor pierced her nostrils causing… Read more »
The folks of Crossroads, Minnesota, population 513, hadn’t seen anything like it before. They’d survived tornadoes, budget cuts, power outages, sewer breaks, acts of God, and what was considered… Read more »
Editor’s Note: You can read the previous chapters by clicking here. Everything should be listed sequentially. Good luck! Reclaimed Haven: Murder on First — Chapber 2B: Drake Mallard’s official title… Read more »
Editor’s note: This is a continuing excerpt of Reclaimed Haven: Murder on First. If you’ve missed the previous installments, just hit the “Books” category to your right and enjoy! 🙂… Read more »
Incisions, Newspapers, and Ned She gazed at her broken body in the mirror. A large incision swept across her torso, butterfly tapes curled at the edges making a grisly sight… Read more »
In today’s installment of Notes from Minnesota, I chat about my (nearly) hairless dog, animal cruelty, and racing. I mean really!? Who could hurt anyone with such a sweet face?… Read more »
In today’s Notes from Minnesota I ramble about… News on the cancer front A mistake far too many creative entrepreneurs make A fun resource Enjoy!
It was unlike any nightmare he could have imagined. He groaned, the wadded bandanna muffling guttural sounds escaping his lips. Tears dampened the blue cloth twisting into his cheeks. His… Read more »
Today’s Notes From Minnesota features a fantastic article by the ever fabulous Bob Bly. Enjoy!
So… this is the most recent edition of my emag, Writing Etc. If you’re into making a living writing, this one’s for you. Enjoy!
Life’s fabulous! Have a thick skin! Never let ‘em see you sweat! Think happy thoughts! How do you handle social media glory with the realities of freelancing in a world… Read more »
How does trademark work? What are the implications of trademarking certain words? Today Beth and Victoria (who just happens to be a retired attorney) discuss the current #CockyGate situation, ripples,… Read more »
An interview with the ever fabulous Victoria Rosendahl! Video below, audio at the end of this post. Today I speak with dear friend, wonderful writer, and savvy marketer Victoria Rosendahl… Read more »
They could write novels! Ha. 😛
Still snowing here. Travel isn’t advised. So… here’s something awesome for an incredible snow day.
I generally avoid volatile topics, but this one got my goat. Turns out a pop princess covered a classic dance tune and… er… made it her own. I suppose that’s… Read more »
Mark Redmond is the creator of the Arty Anderson Series. With lively characters, Redmond tackles thorny philosophical issues with a deft hand, all framed by a solid Christian faith. However,… Read more »