Small Business Saturday, the day after Black Friday, and two days before Cyber Monday, is a relatively new national campaign to drive business to stores once known as Mom & Pop Shops. While we think of Black Friday as the day to shop department store deals and Cyber Monday as a day to shop online … Continue reading Indie Bookstores Are Like Cheers Minus the Beer
Hey Shoppers! Tomorrow is Small Business Saturday and to support indie bookstores, I will be working as an honorary bookseller at two local bookstores! I can point you in the direction of some of my favorite reads. I would mention them here, but now you’re probably burning with curiosity and so you’ll just have … Continue reading Shop Indie Bookstores on Small Business Saturday!
Today, I read an article about a new app that can be used at the Natural History Museum in New York City. Among other things, while in the museum, this app helps to find the closest bathroom or the most direct route to the T-rex, the whale or anything you’re looking for. The Natural History … Continue reading What If We Don’t Get Lost Anymore?
I had the pleasure, recently, to be the guest speaker at the annual reception of LUCC: Libraries of Union County Consortium, to share my story as a self-published author. It was an eye-opening evening as I listened in on discussions about the state of libraries, what they mean to the community in which they … Continue reading Evolution of Libraries: What That Means for Self-Published Books