New RELEASE: “Poetry Treasures”

I'm thrilled to announce the release of "Poetry Treasures," a collection of poetry from the poet/author guests of Robbie Cheadle on the "Treasuring Poetry" blog series on Writing to be Read in 2020. Open the book and discover the poetry treasures of Sue Vincent (Author), Geoff Le Pard (Author), Frank Prem (Author), Victoria Zigler (Author), Colleen M. Chesebro (Author), K. Morris (Author), Annette Rochelle Aben (Author), Jude Kirya Itakali (Author), and Roberta Eaton … Continue reading New RELEASE: “Poetry Treasures”

How do You Self-Publish a Poetry Book?

Jude, one of our challenge participants, asked me a valuable question. He wanted to know how to self publish a poetry book. (If you have had novel experiences publishing your poetry book, please share in the comments). This is a brilliant question! I usually compile my manuscript on Microsoft Word, but as a MAC user, … Continue reading How do You Self-Publish a Poetry Book?

How to Write a Poem | Writing Forward

Great ideas to get your inner POET writing! ❤ Tips and ideas for how to write a poem. Source: How to Write a Poem | Writing Forward

Blogging – One Year Later

Let’s help Lance out so that he achieves his goal of 250 followers! ❤

Write to Inspire

I officially started my blog on 16th November 2014, but the original objective was to raise visibility of my debut novel, Eleven Miles, which was published on the 16th of December.

Since then, I have made so many good friends on WordPress. I have learned a lot, especially by participating in Blogging 101. Most of all, I have had a lot of fun exploring other blogs and posting a variety of posts and pages on my own blog.

coachI am particularly proud of my time-traveling Coach Tours, which have proved to be very popular. The latest, number seven, visited the Shandu Summer Palace, where my tourists met Kublai Khan and Marco Polo. In the words of one of my friends, “it was a hoot!”

If you like quotes, you really should join Silver Threading’s (Colleen Chesebro) Writer’s Quote Wednesday. Not only is it a lot of…

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