Monthly Archives: April 2017

New Cover for Dragon Hoard

Hurray! I’ve got a new cover for Dragon Hoard. The illustration I painted is the same as the previous version, but Deranged Doctor Designs ( revamped the font for me. Normally, I know we usually go to each others’ blogs

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Pinterest–Tips to Get Started

Pinterest is an odd duck in the world of social media. If you’re an introvert, it’s tailor-made for you. It’s possible to reap the benefits of the site without interacting directly with a single solitary person. It’s kind of restful

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Here is my interview with Cathleen Townsend

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Name: Cathleen Townsend Where are you from? CT: I live in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills of northern California, between Sacramento and Tahoe. I have my very own thirteen-acre wood of mixed oak and pine, which…

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Rachael Thompson @BadRedheadMedia hosts a fantastic event for writers on Twitter every Wednesday evening from 6-7 p.m. Pacific time. It’s called Book Marketing Chat, and every week she addresses a specific topic to help writers market their books. Last week she

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Dragon Hoard

Originally posted on M.C. Tuggle, Writer:
Cathleen Townsend’s Dragon Hoard and Other Tales of Faerie offers the reader the variety of adventures one expects from a well-edited short story collection, but manages to do so while also organizing the…

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How to Use Twitter Hashtags to Gain Followers and Build Your Audience

One of Twitter’s advantages compared to other forms of social media is that it’s possible to build a network quickly. But if you don’t want a network with nothing but bots and online marketers, you’ll need to find some real

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The Between: Changeling’s Choice

I’m giving The Between five stars, and I rarely do that. I have more complicated reasons that I’ll list below, but the main reason is that I simply enjoyed reading it that much. The main character, Lydia, thinks she’s an

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Helpful Facebook Tips for Authors

Since I’ve been putting more effort into Facebook, I’m actually starting to build a network, something which has eluded me before. The downside is that you have to be careful adding friends. I was asked personal information about my marriage

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Catling’s Bane by D. Wallace Peach

I found Catling’s Bane to be a highly enjoyable read. In chapter one, we’re introduced to the protagonist, Catling, on Hanging Day, an event where the onlookers’ emotions are manipulated until they react to the display with nothing but joy—even

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