Monthly Archives: June 2015

Self-Publishing Sunday: New Amazon Payout Method will Work if Amazon Wants it to Work

I’m back from vacation. I was in the Outer Banks of North Carolina for a week, and, luckily, wasn’t bitten by a shark. They’ve had six bites in the last two weeks, so glad we were involved in none of … Continue reading

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New Covers for Life First series

Happy  Tuesday to you. Hope you guys are all having a  lovely summer. Unfortunately, it’s just starting for folks in my neck of the woods, as today is the last day of school (Yay that it’s here; Booo that it … Continue reading

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When Truth is Stranger than Fiction… What Rachel Dolezal Teaches Us about Good Story

Over the weekend, the country became obsessed with Rachel Dolezal, the woman who claimed she was black, even though she wasn’t (Not even a little. Not even by way-back-in-the-day standards, when octoroon was an official census designation). This is one … Continue reading

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Emerging from the Writing Cave

Happy Monday to you. It’s me, and I’m emerging from the writing cave for a blog post. Or perhaps, I should say, Live from the Writing Cave, it’s RJ Crayton’s blog post! (a la Saturday Night Live.) Regardless, I realized … Continue reading

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