Want to Know about Profiling?

I met retired FBI profiler, Pete Klismet at the Pikes Peak Writers Conference. What is psychological profiling exactly? How did he become a profiler? What was his toughest case? Pete has all the answers. Tune to my fifth interview on The Wild Side podcast on Thursday, September 19th to find out Pete's definition of wild and... Continue Reading →

Meet August McLaughlin and Win a Book!

I'm proud to present my next guest on The Wild Side podcast, August McLaughlin. She is a nationally recognized health and sexuality writer, media personality, and host and creator of Girl Boner® and Girl Boner Radio. Her articles have appeared in Cosmopolitan, The Washington Post, DAME Magazine, HuffPost and more. Wow! Known for melding personal passion, artistry and activism, August uses... Continue Reading →

Why Being Bored is Best for Creativity

The best way to be more creative may include adding a little boredom to your day. Creativity is the opposite of boredom and seems counterproductive, right? Everyone wants to create something new whether it's for your brand, product, or in your plain old thought process which can easily become a loop like TV news station.... Continue Reading →

When Euripides Interrupts Wild Daydreams

I’m not sure what happens in other people’s heads, but I tend to overshare what happens in mine. It wasn’t long ago that the words, “Think BIG!” popped into my brain interrupting thoughts of blogging and book writing. Well, it happened again. While I washed dishes one morning, my mind wandered to thoughts about my... Continue Reading →

Traditional vs. Self-Publishing Blew Up Facebook

My Facebook page blew up with comments after I shared an article written for The Guardian by Ros Barber entitled, “For me traditional publishing means poverty, but self-publishing? No way.” Whoa! She believes that making a living as a writer is almost impossible when being traditionally published since authors receive such a low percentage on... Continue Reading →

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