Twitter Relevancy and Facebook’s Faults

A few days ago, The New Yorker posted an well-written article by The Verge co-founder Joshua Topolsky titled “The End of Twitter“. His article suggests with the stagnancy of the Twitter network that the relevance of its’ use now and in future may be be called into question. It is difficult not to concur with […]

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A Window Into Writing

This photo tells a thousand tales. Maybe even more. It was a room at the house I spent the majority of the first 19 years of my life in. My youngest memories of this room were of it being a “toy room” that would occasionally double as a spare bedroom. It was usually in a […]

Fiscal Year End for Writers

This week I spent some more time working on my year-end for my writing business. As someone who finds math very trying, I really wanted to come up with a way to manage the accounting aspect of things efficiently. After seeking advice from an Accounting Firm, starting in 2010, I started a very basic template […]

Thriving on Criticism

I have never been offended by a negative review of my books, or anything I have written for the web and print. Unless someone is defaming your name and reputation, neither should you. Rather, I have learned to thrive on it and move forward. It is not an easy thing to do. No one should […]