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I’ve been working at Crendenda — a virtual high school and college — since 2007! We’re one of the few online schools that offers synchronous learning opportunities as well as...

Do you prefer print books or e-books?

Do you read ebooks? I do–in fact, I love them! It appears that most of the world is also moving in this direction from the results of a Bookboon survey conducted in 2013–it indicates that 75% of...

The Age of the Infogram Has Arrived

I love infograms! Yes, we’ve been putting information into a visual format for years–but the infograms combine images and text in lots of new and exciting ways that are fun to create and...

Get Teens Involved in Books–Saskatoon & Regina Public Libraries Hold Book Trailer Contest

If there’s one thing we all know, it’s that reading is good for young people. Beyond the basic literacy skills development, books can inform and inspire! I teach a completely online Library...

Tips for Increasing Your Twitter Popularity

Twitter–do you love it or hate it? In this series of blog posts I’ve been describing the methods I use to make Twitter work for me and help other writers, bloggers, librarians, and teachers, find...

How I Use Twitter as a Writer

Many of us–writers, bloggers, librarians and teachers–have a love-hate relationship with Twitter. We’d love to know what it’s supposed to do, but hate to invest a ton of time to find...

How to Increase Your Followers on Twitter–and Why Writers Should!

Summer is over–well, the relaxed version of summer holidays anyway! That’s not to say a return to the world of schedules is a bad thing. I like to have my time structured because it helps me stay...

Examples of Metaphors and Similes

A week ago I taught a workshop–Show, Don’t Just Tell, at the Weyburn Public Library. It’s one of my favorites, as it lets me and my students wander off into dozens of different directions....

Increase Your Blog Traffic With the Google Keyword Tool

We all blog about different things. Technical instructions. Writing tips. How-to tutorials. The one thing every blogger has in common, though, is that they want readers for their content. As they say, the...

Tips for Making Money With Your E-Books

Well, the easy answer to how can you make money with your e-books is to write and self-publish a best seller! Okay, so maybe that won’t work for all of us. Smashwords, the #1 distributor for indie...

Everything Independent Publishers Need to Know About ISBNs for E-Books

I get many questions about ISBNs in my course, Publish and Sell Your E-Books, so I thought I’d do a blog post to answer some of them. Let’s start with the question: What is an ISBN? ISBN is the...

E-Book Publishing Copyright Questions

E-Publishing opens the doors for writers from all around the world to get their stories into the hands of readers–I love helping them do this with my online course, Publish and Sell Your E-Books, which...

What happened to spring anyway?

This is it…the day after the first day of spring. Good news is we’re not having another winter snowstorm. Bad news is now we’re having a spring snowstorm. Nobody has really explained what...

How Much Should You Charge For Your E-Book?

One of the most common questions students ask in my virtual classroom for Publish and Sell Your E-Books is how much they should charge for their ebooks. There isn’t, however, one answer (or price) that...

The End of Pages

The fourth session of my new course, Publish and Sell Your E-Books, started last week. I love teaching it and have had the most interesting questions in my discussion areas–in fact, one of my students...
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