Opening Night at the Globe Theatre: The Last Wife, a Story of Katherine Parr

Opening night of a new performance at Regina’s Globe Theatre is always time for celebration, but especially so when the lead actor, Sabryn Rock, grew up in the city.  The acting and staging, as I’ve come to expect from the Globe, came together perfectly to create a compelling story of a blended family trying to make the best of things. And that isn’t always easy when the husband has had two of his previous wives beheaded! Continue reading Opening Night at the Globe Theatre: The Last Wife, a Story of Katherine Parr

Myth or Fact: Does Amazon Own My Ebook When I Publish On Kindle?

We’ve all heard rumors about e-publishing and having all of your rights stolen without payment. Sometimes these rumors are spread by someone malicious, and sometimes they’re spread by people who misinterpret agreements they’ve read online. Unfortunately, it’s sometimes hard to figure out whether a rumor is a myth or a fact. Continue reading Myth or Fact: Does Amazon Own My Ebook When I Publish On Kindle?

Ebook Publishing Tips from 2016 TBEX Travel Writing Conferences

Conferences are a great place to get new ideas and tips, no matter what you do, from well drilling to computer programming. In 2016, I was thrilled to be a presenter at all three of the TBEX (Travel Bloggers Exchange) travel blogging conferences: Bloomington, Minnesota; Stockholm, Sweden; and Manila, Philippines. Continue reading Ebook Publishing Tips from 2016 TBEX Travel Writing Conferences

Award Winning Picture Book Authors Find Success Through Hybrid Publishing

Book publishing seems to change every day, and with it, the opportunities available to authors to find success on their own terms. Hybrid publishing–traditional style publishing where authors foot the bill–seems to be one of the most successful. Continue reading Award Winning Picture Book Authors Find Success Through Hybrid Publishing