Linda L. Donahue is a Renaissance Woman: She teaches Tai Chi, Belly Dancing, and has been a model for the website Babes with Blades. As a teen she lived on a military base and flew planes. Later she taught high school math, computer science and aviation. As a member of the four-woman writing team behind the Four […]Read the rest of this entry »
Archive for January, 2012
In high school you probably learned that Thomas Edison Invented the lightbulb. That’s not exactly true. What Edison did was perfect the light bulb and then mass market it, which is why he gets so much credit. What has this got to do with writing? I’ll get to that. But first a little background on […]Read the rest of this entry »
The interesting thing about owning several businesses in addition to writing fiction is that whenever I read a business book, I always relate the lessons back to my fiction writing. This weekend at a business conference, one of the speakers that I listened to asked about whether the people in the audience were treating their […]Read the rest of this entry »
January has been a little hectic, so this podcast is about a half-month late. Nevertheless, I wanted to bring you something cool (If Selina does not kill me for doing this). So I present to you an all-musical edition of the Yard Dog Press Audio Roadshow.
“Listen to this,” I said to my husband as we were in the car and I was reading a magazine. “The publishing industry says that e-Books only made up 3-5% of total sales last year.” “Wow!” My husband commented. “The publishing industry must be worried.” Despite what you might think, my husband was actually listening […]Read the rest of this entry »