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Publish During a Pandemic?

One way of working for change is to voice your perspective, to write about it. It is true that the voices heard most loudly are those of people in power, and they may use their loud voices to convince others of the perspective that benefits them, and might even convince others to act against their own self-interest. But sometimes writers who write outside of their personal experience expose the wrong-doings of people in power.

Words are Contagious: Call for Submissions

One way of working for change is to voice your perspective, to write about it. It is true that the voices heard most loudly are those of people in power, and they may use their loud voices to convince others of the perspective that benefits them, and might even convince others to act against their own self-interest. But sometimes writers who write outside of their personal experience expose the wrong-doings of people in power.

Traveling in Books: Appropriation in Literature: Who are you to write about that?

One way of working for change is to voice your perspective, to write about it. It is true that the voices heard most loudly are those of people in power, and they may use their loud voices to convince others of the perspective that benefits them, and might even convince others to act against their own self-interest. But sometimes writers who write outside of their personal experience expose the wrong-doings of people in power.

Traveling in Books: NetGalley Reviews

NetGalley can be used both pre- and post-publication. Around 500,000 reviewers and media professionals worldwide use the site to discover new books.

Traveling in Books: Street Date

A street date is the date a book is for sale and delivered to the reader. It is the date that books that havae been pre-ordered will make it through the distribution stream. It is when your book says, “Hello, world!”

Traveling in Books: Author Blogs

Making the right choice on how to create and host your author website can be a tough decision.

Traveling in Books: Climbing the Marketing Mountain

Writing a book is a lot like climbing a mountain.

…Like This — Art Work by Perry Shepard

…Like This a poetically-inspired interactive visual art exhibit on display beginning 29 November, 2019 from 6:00pm until 9:00pm and during the month of December at Aimee’s Coffee House at 1025 Massachusetts St. Lawrence Kansas, 66044. In this day and age, life is in a rapid state of change.  With the explosion of labeling due to technology, the […]

Lawrence Public Library Presents an Evening with Intriguing Authors

Join us for a fast-paced evening with the authors: A Parting Glass’s Tess Banion, Searching for Spenser’s Margaret Kramar, Death Spoke’s Leonard Krishtalka, and The Hero Versus Me & Monkey Jo’s Perry Shepard will talk about finding stories featuring intrigue, loss, and redemption, and how their stories found their way to publication. Books will be available and […]

Leonard Krishtalka, author

Intrigue and Mystery with Leonard Krishtalka at The Raven Book Store November 14, 7:00 pm

Join us at The Raven Book StoreThursday, November 14, 20197:00 pm6 E 7th StreetLawrence, KS 66044https://www.ravenbookstore.com/(785) 749-3300 “ The best this genre has to offer: a riveting exploration of a crime … a deeply stirring examination of human nature.A cinematically immersive murder mystery … an intellectual drama.”–Kirkus Reviews