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Have you ever wondered whether you or a loved one might have ADHD? My little self-help ebook/memoir, Connecting the Dots: My Midlife Journey with Adult AD/HD, published in 2013, is now available in audiobook format, at a suggested list price … Continue reading
December is usually a slow month in the freelance world and in the book world, too. This year, I seem to have a lot going on with freelance editorial work (not complaining, this is nice!). Turns out I have some … Continue reading
Just wanted to let my blog readers in the US know that you can get my historical romance A Knight’s Tale: Kenilworth for 99 cents today and Saturday only; it will rise to $1.99 Sunday and Monday before it reverts … Continue reading
It’s nearly the end of June, so I enrolled a few of my books in the annual Smashwords Summer/Winter sale! Although the “winter” part of the name refers to the Southern Hemisphere, it could also refer to summer in San … Continue reading
Once again, Smashwords is holding their annual Read an Ebook Week promotion (March 1–7). I always find out about this at the very last moment and put a few of my books into the pile. This time, Time of Grace … Continue reading
It’s the first Sunday in Advent. I remember how interesting it was as a child to open one window of the advent calendar each night as we proceeded toward Christmas. I wasn’t religious at all, nor was my family, but … Continue reading
Connecting the Dots, my recent ebook about women and AD/HD, and my own journey to diagnosis, received its first 5-star review on Amazon from Southern California writer Margaret Lesh. She called it “a valuable guide.” Thanks, Margaret!* To celebrate the … Continue reading
Two anniversaries slipped by recently. One was the two-anniversary of publishing my novel The Leaving on Smashwords (May 30, 2011). It was my first step into self-publishing and I had no idea then that I would end up publishing so … Continue reading