This is my personal blog where I express my thoughts, my ideas, my opinions and my life.
The Independent Author Index showcases independent authors and their books.
With the invention of texting, "tweeting," creative spelling and emoticons, our ability to communicate well with the written word is becoming a lost art form. The Just Write Right blog is here to help you brush up on your writing skills.
This is my publishing site for my own books. See sneak peeks and order my books from this site.
SolaPress’ mission is simple… I help you get published, and the readers decide what they like. That’s it. That’s all.
FreErotica lists free, eBook erotica for readers who enjoy eBooks with adult-only themes.
Ms. Social Media is my site where I post information about what's going on in the social media sphere. I will be expanding it soon to include a directory of social media sites.
Hyper-linx is my website design/development portfolio site. I specialize in site redesigns. The tagline of Hyper-linx is "making good sites better."
Indie Authors TV is a companion site to the Independent Author Index and contains only book video trailers. Have you watched any good books lately?
eBook Blitz is my site where visitors can find free eBooks. I list free eBooks from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, The Book Depository, Diesel, iTunes, Kobo and Smashwords.
The Free Web is my site where I post freebies I find all over the web: free stock images, free applications, free templates and themes, free code snippets and so on.
WeBlog Round-Up lists bloggers who use any platform to share information with their visitors: Blogger, WordPress, TypePad, LiveJournal, Blog.com and so on. If you’re blogging, we want to know you’re out there and include you in our community.
From sites on WordPress.com to self-hosted sites to building a community using WordPress’ BuddyPress, we are here to get you up and running. If you need customization, migration, support and/or maintenance, The Press Planet is your one-stop location.
The My Question of the Day blog is where I ask one question every week day and encourage visitors to share their opinions, perspectives and/or points of view. Each questions simply asks, "What do you think?"