Website Sitemaps

It is not always necessary to understand how the mechanics behind a website operate nevertheless, it does no harm to have some knowledge and comprehension. Such understanding may become useful in the future. The issue of whether an author, or entrepreneur, needs a website has been previously considered in Why Have a Website. A sitemap … More Website Sitemaps

NEW! – NEWSLETTER

Over the years occasional consideration has been given to the topic of providing a newsletter for this website however, various concerns prevented moving forward upon the idea. Some of these have now been addressed and it is considered followers and regular visitors to the website, and integrated blog, may benefit from the addition of a … More NEW! – NEWSLETTER

Author Guilt

Authors by definition have one primary overriding desire: to write and publish. In itself this can create undue pressure to constantly achieve. But that is not the end of the story. In modern times they are also pressurised to market extensively. This is applicable to both traditionally published and independent authors. These demands can lead … More Author Guilt

50% OFFER ENDING!

All books in T. R. Robinson’s Bitches series have been available, longterm, at half price. This offer has now ended. However, details of all the books may still be viewed from the links provided below. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Details of all books in the series may be viewed under the Books tab in the menu bar above … More 50% OFFER ENDING!

Author Spotlight – Jill Dobbe

Caveat: The following has been gleaned from information in the public domain without the prior knowledge of the author. Consequently, the writer bears no responsibility with regard to accuracy. All information has been interpreted or reproduced ‘as found’. ‘Jill is an international educator, travel writer, amateur photographer, and author of three travel memoirs who writes … More Author Spotlight – Jill Dobbe

NetGalley – What It Is and How It Works

NetGalley is a site where book reviewers and other professional readers may obtain and read books BEFORE they are published. The term ‘Professional Readers’ equates to bloggers, book reviewers, booksellers, educators, journalists, and librarians. The private, individual, reader should therefore not be put off, provided they do publish reviews (on, book retail pages, social media, … More NetGalley – What It Is and How It Works