So, everyone these days is talking about podcasts. Listen to my podcast, did you hear this podcast, I want to start a podcast... if you are (still) wondering what a podcast actually is and how to get it, here's a great article. It's a little over a year old at this point, but still relevant.... Continue Reading →
I've been having a lot of morbid (read: self-deprecating) fun with my antics on Tinder, and it has been just that... fun. People are crazy, and silly, and weird, and I am laughing so much. But today, I had to put my foot down and be serious. Tinder Guy X, let's call him TGX, and I... Continue Reading →
The Monday summer rain bathed me in little droplets of steam as I got out my car and headed into the office. I rode the elevator to my floor, pinning my access card onto my shirt then checking my phone as soon as I was in wi-fi range. Nothing. This is what I call the... Continue Reading →
While we need your HONEST reviews (positive and negative), if you like a book, posting a review (even just a star rating) is even more beneficial to you.
For emerging authors, reviews mean everything. About 10% of readers leave reviews, but here’s why I hope you’ll be in that deeply loved, super-rad elite cross section of fans. The number of reviews help authors get into promotional gold mines like BookBub,… Continue Reading → Source: Why Do Your Book Reviews Matter? | Lauren Faulkenberry
So, I've swiped right and left so much I feel like a wheat harvester with a scythe. Or whatever horror story villain uses a scythe. (Please look up the definition of "scythe" if you don't know that word. Don't be stupid.) After a few weeks, I've found some decent (code: literate and responsive) guys to have... Continue Reading →
I awoke on Sunday morning at 7:07, and couldn't get back to sleep. I thought, this would probably be a good time to start walking regularly again. Maybe even get a run in there. Then, I remembered I hate running. Tinder's making me think crazy things. Like I'm a morning person that runs. For fun... Continue Reading →