There are a lot of reasons why you might want to locate hyperlinks in a Word document.
You might be working with an old file and you want to be sure all the links are valid before you share it. When I upload ebooks to various online seller platforms, I…
Maybe. But not if you do it this way.
Like many people, I generally don’t answer calls when I don’t recognize the name or number on my caller ID. Even ones that seem legitimate are often spoofed.
So when I got a call from a printing company, I let it…
Enjoy some of the videos that are part of our Shareable Saturday series.
A message that was originally written for children that adults can appreciate.
A review of From Book to Best Seller:
If you have a chance to do media appearances to promote yourself, your company, or your book…
If only I could put this book under my pillow at night and wake up with all the work done.
From Book to Best Seller by Penny C. Sansevieri is packed with excellent marketing information — but it comes with a warning label: If you want to see results, you’re…
Recently I was browsing around some old files on my computer and found several messages I wrote for the children’s time at church a few years ago.
Here’s one of those messages, and it’s as meaningful — and perhaps even more meaningful — for adults as it is for children…
…eing appropriately facetious with just a hint of obnoxiousness. I’m allowed to do that in my posts. But when you come into my comment section, you’re a visitor.
Bonnie Joy Sludikoff
Exactly. You're a guest in my space and you should behave like one. And I have the right to ask you to leave if you're offensive.
Do you tend to say things online that you wouldn’t say in person?
Announcing my latest ebook:
An excerpt from How to Avoid Being Ripped Off by a Publisher:
You can’t browbeat people into believing.
Some practical advice for bloggers:
Paying to get your book published used to be a thing of shame, a sign that your book wasn’t good enough to be considered by traditional publishers.
But the publishing industry has changed. Many savvy authors are self-publishing and using hybrid (pay-to-publish) publishers to get their books on the market.