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Several people asked me more questions about my Friday post about my dog, Hoshi, and what she taught me in her 14.5 years. Lesson #1 in particular got a lot of comments: 1) 50 New Smells A Day It’s said … Continue reading
Thanks for all who participated in last Friday’s Pimp or Promote Extravaganza. This blog wouldn’t be half as much fun without each and every one of you. Just in case you didn’t have time to wallow in Friday’s comments, here is a … Continue reading
If the James Rollins’ Book Launch Party is NOT worldwide, it won’t be through a lack of effort on the part of #myWANA tweeps. We’ve all banded together to prove without a doubt that WE ARE NOT ALONE! The Deets: … Continue reading
To quote Kristen Lamb: SQUEEEEEEEEEEEE! I have fun news! For the next several days it’s gonna be recess on the playground here on More Cowbell (and in several other places). I mean, seriously fun PLAY TIME where we: Romp. Cavort. … Continue reading
The amount of information available on e-publishing has exploded in the last few months. The Indie market is alive and well and becoming a more respected option, particularly for the mid-list authors that feel they are stagnating elsewhere. Below is … Continue reading
After the last Triple D about Clair and her Tool-Tilting Cup of Coffee, I’d imagine you’re cringing at how bad it can get on the dating front. I always go back to this scene from Sex In The City where … Continue reading