on July 16, 2021
on June 23, 2021
It’s all here on the PLW YouTube Channel.
And for more info about Sanborn Maps, check out my Unlocking the Secrets of Historic American Cities with Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps.
on June 21, 2021
The Historical Novel Society North American Conference is this week and not surprisingly, it’s online.
I’m excited to be on TWO panels, and here’s a link to the teaser for the first, Setting the Scene: Exploring Historical Settings through Genres.
And here’s the teaser for the second panel, Author Marketing Collectives.
If you’re at the conference this week, please come on by…Friday June 25 at 12:45pm PT for Setting the Scene; Sunday June 27 at 12:45pm PT for Author Marketing Collectives.
on June 20, 2021
But just because we’re all pretty busy these days, I’ll cut to the happy ending (and answer the title question above) here:
“So, if you’re an author and your existing cover or covers aren’t making you happy,
aren’t making you feel proud,
don’t make you go yummmmm,
make you feel like a failure, and
don’t compliment the other covers in your genre,
it’s probably time to redo your cover.
It’s worth the time, it’s worth the money, it’s worth the rethinking of how you want your novel to be known.”
If you do have time, come on over!
on June 11, 2021
on June 6, 2021
In a minute or so…links later!
on May 12, 2021
Join the SHINE with Paper Lantern Writers FB group to participate!
on April 24, 2021
SHINE is for readers and writers, editors and researchers, and anyone else who loves to talk about books, especially our favorite historical fiction.
Here’s the official story:
“We are a group of historical fiction readers and writers who love to talk about historical fiction!
We’d love to find out what you are reading and writing, but please limit self-promo to Fridays.
Other recommendations are welcome any time!”