Writer to Writer: M. Lachi

Writer to Writer is a brief feature I’m doing in which I email a writer and ask a quick question about writing. Simple enough, right? In today’s edition of Writer to Writer I’ve asked M. Lachi, whose debut full-length novel, The Ivory Staff, is available in both print and digital formats a question about the existential difficulty in […]

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Writer to Writer: Paul DeBlassie III, Ph.D

Writer to Writer is a brief feature I’m doing in which I email a writer and ask a quick question about writing. Simple enough, right? In today’s edition of Writer to Writer I’ve asked Paul DeBlassie III, author of The Unholy, as a writer how do you dissociate yourself and your experiences from the “character” you […]

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Writer to Writer: David Boles

Writer to Writer is a brief feature I’m doing in which I email a writer and ask a quick question about writing. Simple enough, right? In today’s edition of Writer to Writer I’ve asked David Boles, author of more than 50 books in print, 25,000+ articles, and 2 million words per year, about the discipline it takes […]

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Kindle’s Top Three: Week 47

In Kindle’s Top Three, I want to highlight the best-selling books at the beginning of every week, and express all the rage inside me that I’m not in there. Not really. In all honesty, I think it’s important to look at what’s in the top coveted three on Kindle’s bestseller list because, really, don’t they deserve […]

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Writer to Writer: Ian Sutherland

Writer to Writer is a brief feature I’m doing in which I email a writer and ask a quick question about writing. Simple enough, right? In today’s edition of Writer to Writer I’ve asked Ian Sutherland, author of the Brody Taylor Thriller series, how he flexes his creative muscle as a writer in between projects. I […]

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Sales Prospecting Lessons: Building out a Network

So I’ve been thinking about some of the success I had with sales prospecting, and it comes down to two factors: Grit, and Volume. Let me elaborate on that. Grit is what drives you to continue to refine your process whether that’s identifying potential customers, tweaking your pitch, making one more call despite it being another “no,” […]

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I’m a child of an immigrant woman

This election feels like a setback. My grandfather came here after World War II. He told me the story. I don’t know how accurate it is, but this is what he told me. He said he didn’t agree with the nazis. He was a Hungarian, and conscripted to fight for them. It’s entirely possible he […]

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