As the self-taught tech department, I find that each improvement leads to more improvements. (They also compete with blogging time.) Here’s a small re-cap about recent changes:
A new e-newsletter provider has led to a lot of site changes and an enormous learning curve for the tech department. (Guess who???? ) So, if you want to receive our “once in awhile newsletter” hop on over to the main site and sign up. I don’t spam ~ it comes out once a month-ish. You already know I’m not a high-pressure marketer. Forwarding my newsletters (with a note) is a great way to help connect your friends with me. I appreciate it.
By the way, if you like to read and you’re interested in supporting authors this link will take you to Smashwords where you can join an affiliate marketing program. Look around. Sign up. Introducing your friends, family, team members and readers to new books is a nice thing to do, don’t you think? (It’s a great way to encourage writers to keep writing!)
I’m also proud to announce the arrival of a brand new program created to help people manage negative self-talk and get unstuck! Inner Critic to Inner Ally: A Beginner’s Guide is available as an online self-study, with or without 30 days of e-mail support from yours truly. It’s getting great reviews from direct sellers, a management consultant and a few mental health providers. Although I originally wrote it with direct sellers in mind, I think it’s good for anyone struggling with “one foot on the gas and one on the brake.”
That’s what I’ve been up to. What’s good with you?
Thanks for your support, encouragement…. and helping to spread the word.