As a writer, I read voraciously. Anyone who claims to be a writer but reads little is delusional. Each journey through another person’s mind is a data point that increases our knowledge. Failing to keep up with new ideas invites trouble. For example, a woman on Facebook referred to
(Introducing guest blogger, Sydney Stevens a history writer who also publishes a daily blog about life in a small community. I hope my readers might enjoy a change of pace and meet a wonderful blogger. www.sydneyofoysterville.com) Yesterday my husband and I went with good friends on
Since my brief hiatus in July, when I entertained a former student from South Africa, the last few weeks have been busy. I taped 4 new episodes of Just Read It. (Click) That’s the ten minute book review program I co-host with Susan Stoner, author of the Sage Adair mystery series.
Whether it’s a box of cereal or George Clooney, branding is critical to break into the public eye. (See Blogs 1/21/13, & 8/2/13) But unless you’re a steer how do you manage it, especially if you’re a blogger working at home? I thought I’d find the answer in an article enti
I’ve been following a woman’s blog for a while because it’s well written and gives a glimpse into the rhythms of life in a small community. Sydney Stevens lives in Oysterville, Oregon — a place famous for its oyster beds — and is the author of several histories which