I’ve hosted this workshop (Self Publishing: Removing the Stain and Stigma) around Pittsburgh with a great response every time from those who attended. Usually when I run this workshop, I put out a lot of information, so I wanted to make ...Read More »
This year, I had the pleasure of traveling to Alaska for the 2016 DoD Worldwide Visual Storytelling ...
There were four powerful and emotional moments when I was brought to tears while attending the 2016 ...
In anticipation of the release of my upcoming novel, Jump, I wanted to offer some answers on a few q...
I’ve already published a thorough marketing strategy with a calendar outlining specific deadli...
I am giving away 10, exclusive, pre-release paperback copies of Jump for FREE to any blogger/reviewe...
“Amidst Traffic,” authored by award-winning Army journalist Michel Sauret, has been named Finalist in the Short Story – Fiction category of the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards. The Next Generation Indie Book Awards is the largest Not-for-Profit book awards ...Read More »
For the month of May, I’m giving away an autographed copy of my book, Amidst Traffic! Amidst Traffic is a collection of interconnected short stories with rave reviews on Amazon.com! It’s super easy to enter and you don’t have to ...Read More »
I try not to play the victim or Woe-is-Me card when my work is rejected or when it receives a poor review. But recently I experienced a rejection that made me pause and ponder on the state of literature, Christian ...Read More »
I’ve been invited by the Shaler Library to host a workshop on Self Publishing next Wednesday (April 24). I would love it if you passed this on and told a few friends! I will have copies of “Amidst Traffic” ...Read More »
I’m personally giving away a Kindle Fire HD 7 (16 GB) or an autographed paperback copy of Amidst Traffic to TWO lucky winners! (Valid to U.S. Residents only) Details below…Read More »
I typically hate when people use the word “unfair” in their argument. It has a childish tone, that of someone who isn’t able to deal with reality and resorts to complaining about it instead. But when it comes to books, ...Read More »