Resurrecting The 20+ Year Old Merlon-Drake

A picture of my manuscript of my old story, The Merlon-Drake
Back in the day when the typewriter was still a means of writing!

Talk about a blast from the past! I’ve  mentioned that I have been writin stories since I will an angst-ridden tween of 11.

This is one of my old stories. When I say OLD, I think I was about 14/15 when I wrote it. 😱😱
I loved the story but as I read this, I realized just how young I was… Continue reading Resurrecting The 20+ Year Old Merlon-Drake

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I Knew It! Netflix Binging Can Help With Writing!

I am a huge fan of Netflix and Chill as I don’t watch TV and sometimes, I just want to catch up on some of my favorite shows or check out a movie I didn’t get to watch. Now, I have been inspired by some of the shows I’ve watched but this article puts into words what I already figured: Netflix can help your writing! Check out this cool article here!

Now I just need to get back on Netflix and a nice big bag of baked cheese puffs!

What’s On Deck? Palessa Goes Wattpad…Sorta

It’s been a time and while I have every reason to believe that 2017 will be just as good as 2016, if not BETTER, I must admit to a bit of doubt. It’s like taking one step forward and then two steps back sometimes. What can you do but keep moving?Anyway, I wanted to just update everyone on some new developments that I’m actively working.  Continue reading What’s On Deck? Palessa Goes Wattpad…Sorta

Author Palessa Shares Her Experience With Google Ads

Thanks to Nicholas Rossi’s for suggesting I share my AdWords book marketing experience so far.

Nicholas C. Rossis

Palessa | From the blog of Nicholas C. Rossis, author of science fiction, the Pearseus epic fantasy series and children's booksWhen I asked author Palessa for a guest post on using Google Ads (AdWords) detailing her experience with it, I had no idea she would send me the most comprehensive guide I have ever read on the subject! Palessa suggested we break it up into 3 parts, but I decided to post it as a single 4-part post in order to help you bookmark it for future reference, without having to go back and forth. I apologize for the post’s length, but I’m sure you’ll find it an excellent resource.

Oh, and if you need help with your Google ads, check out her Fiverr gig, where she offers consultation services for as low as $10.

Author on AdWords, Part 1

A Top View of My Data

I was a Facebook advertiser for a couple of years off and on. I swore by them, especially since I also have an e-commerce…

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