Developing a publication process workflow for blogging books is of crucial importance when it comes to efficiently transforming numerous files into book form. Like many bloggers, Susan began by blogging her passions and has refined her publication goals in the process. This post covers that journey, though the tips here will also be of benefit […]
George Schalter from Educational Kid Games had guest-posted a while ago with “Summer Of Dragons.” He has again been very patiently waiting for me to post a new story he had submitted a long time ago called “I Want A Dog.” I have no excuses other than life and time just got away from me. So […]
Don’t you love ghost stories? It’s October and Fall is officially here, as we begin to settle in and prepare for shorter days and colder nights. Soon, the trick-or-treaters will be donning scary costumes, carting around paper bags or pillow cases and scouring the neighborhoods, while looking for their bounty.
Here’s a little story I wrote Pat Ruppel, in reflection, as the sweet days of summer wound down and cooler nights were soon to come. “It had been a rough year having come through the loss of my mother-in-law, not to mention an outsourced job along with catastrophic statewide news. I guess you could say my heart wanted to feel happy and safe. What better way than to recapture some childhood moments.”