Friday, October 2, 2015


1.  Many people are going the Indie route these days. I came across this article by Brian Hutchinson, at Positive Writer.  He shares how to publish a paperback on CreateSpace.

2.  I've been debating whether or not it's time to get a website. Edie Melson, at The Write Conversation, posted on the subject and helped me make an informed decision. (I've decided to stick with my blog.)

3.  Not everyone writes novels. Many writers focus on magazine articles, devotionals, etc. Here's a great post at The Write Conversation about what it means to write on assignment and how to get there.

4.  When I saw this recipe for Crockpot Applesauce, I decided to share it with all of you. The idea of using my slow cooker to make one of my favorite things intrigued me.

5.  Dena Netherton encourages us to Be Curious. 

Writers:  Website or blog, and why?

Readers:  Curious or nosy - what do you think?

Photo Credit:  John DeBoer


Linda O'Connell said...

Hi Susan, your blog posts are always informative and inspirational. Thank you.

Jeanette Levellie said...

I'm one of those who decided to go indie after three book deals with traditional publishers. I felt the Lord was leading my decision, and I'm at peace with it.

But that did not answer your question, did it?

I'm sticking with my blog. It's simple, which I love.

Thanks for taking the time to look up and post all these cool links, Suze. You Rock!


Anonymous said...

I do have a website domain but still have not done anything with it! I most likely will use it as a blog when I get around to switching, however letting go of where I started will be really tough! I found what draws me to read authors is their blog, rather than their website.