E-Books and Print Books – In Harmony

On a tattered piece of note paper, I found a written question. It was something I asked about e-readers and their sudden surge in popularity at the time. Were e-books going to become the way of the absolute future? How long before this question could even be answered really. They provide a certain level of […]

Sorting Through Sunday

The pile of material for me to sort through looks much larger than this one. This one has formed part of an even larger stack. It’s going to take some time to sort through. It’s a perfect project. Happily, I write in the surroundings of my home office. Where the music is plentiful and the […]

Twitter at 10 Years Old #LoveTwitter

It really is hard to believe that Twitter is ten. The much-loved social media platform has revolutionized the way we communicate online and the way people read and receive information. From a writer’s¬†perspective, I love how Twitter challenges one’s creative skills. The platform forces users to communicate as much information as possible into a soon […]

The Camera Voice Through The Camera Eye

Part of my business expansion involves plans to write and record some video blogs which will be posted to my YouTube Page. Recently, I spent some time recording some test ones to see how well my delivery would be in front of the camera. I have little problem being on camera. The problem (if it […]

Looking at Longhand Writing 

Many readers will look at this photo and try to figure out what the words are. This very page sits to my right as I type this. The contents look like a Doctor’s prescription bill pad. They actually represent an outline for this very post. A few short days ago when I was working on […]