16 thoughts on “Question for Long Time Authors/Bloggers”

  1. I have a really positive recommendation for you, Maggie.
    Nick Rossis is a goldmine for that stuff, and a complete gentleman.
    Just check out his menus, for tons of advice! I know nobody better!
    https://nicholasrossis.wordpress.com/
    He has my 100% recommendation. Just scroll around his really helpful site. If you have questions, contact him. He will always help. 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete. 🙂

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        1. Thanks for the mention, both of you. My related experiences – the early ones especially – can be described as the blind leading the short-sighted, but we learn from our mistakes. Give it a go.
          And good luck…

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  2. I don’t have any advice, but appreciate the comments, as sorting through my posts to do something with seems to be rising to the surface now, looking at a new year ahead.

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  3. Linda G. Hill and Craig Boyack are the ones I know of — Craig is “Entertaining Stories” and posts also at “Story Empire” which is a writing site.

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  4. Hi Maggie, There’s a post on my blog about publishing an “old school” publishing world and what was involved in my pumpkin cookbook. It came out the first time around 1976. WOW! Can anyone actually be THAT old? Yes, it is true, and a little entertaining. I think the first post about the new edition, which contained information about the new edition tells how it was when I got started.

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