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Yippee! I’m Finally an Author

When did you start thinking of yourself as an author? I wrote my first story when I was five. My dad had read me a Little Golden Book about Woody Woodpecker (a cartoon character from back then), and I decided … Continue reading

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Writer vs Author

This week we’re discussing when we first saw ourselves as an author. I’ve always seen myself as a writer. I wrote my first story when I was in grade school. It was about a horse and I was so proud … Continue reading

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Guest: Author Debbie De Louise

I am pleased to welcome a new friend, Debbie De Louise, who found me via mutual friends. I’m always looking for new faces to bring here, so I asked Debbie to join me for an interview as soon as I … Continue reading

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A Screwball Hoot from Bayou Land

My Review of Cajun Gold (by Ron Barthet) By Jeff Salter About nine weeks ago, I invited a former classmate from southeast Louisiana to be my Guest Hound… and I had a great time asking Ron Barthet all sorts of … Continue reading

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Review: The Pharaoh Key

Book Blurb:  “I just want to be crystal clear about this: if it has value, we’re gonna steal it. Are you with me?”Effective Engineering Solutions has been inexplicably shut down and the head of the company, Eli Glinn, has all … Continue reading

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Book ‘em, Dano

I Guess I’m a Print Guy By Jeff Salter There are several facets to our topic this week, but before I begin parsing them out for y’all, let me state things clearly: I love print. Since I was a kid … Continue reading

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Yes, I Want Print Too

I’m well aware that the profit margin on paperback books is low, yet I still want to have my books in print. For starters, there’s nothing in the world like holding your book in your hands and seeing your name … Continue reading

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