Monthly Archives: March 2014

Time of Grace awarded Best Book of the Month by Red City Review!

Red City Review is a newish online professional literary book review. They gave Time of Grace a 5-star review last month, and I was very pleased. But the icing on the cake was when I was informed a few days … Continue reading

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Paradise with Power Cuts: How to Be a Digital Nomad

Writer and editor Jennifer Barclay took a huge leap of faith when she left her London publishing job to move to the small Greek island of Tilos, where she basks in the natural beauty of her surroundings and still continues … Continue reading

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Read an Ebook Update and Announcing a Guest Post

Read an Ebook Week ended on Saturday night. Lots of copies of Time of Grace flew off the virtual shelves at Smashwords during the weeklong promo, and on the very last day three copies of Connecting the Dots sold at … Continue reading

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Read an Ebook Week Starts Today

I’m participating in Read an Ebook Week 2014 over at Smashwords. The skinny: in this annual event, running from March 2 through 8, thousands of ebooks are free or discounted. It’s kind of like the cyber equivalent of a library … Continue reading

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Please, Mr. Postette

The East Bay Express ran an interesting story last month about a Berkeley (or Oakland) man who leaves colorful Post-it notes—expressing various positive sentiments—all over town (on bikes, bus windows, cafe tables). The man prefers to remain anonymous; the article … Continue reading

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