Wine, Water, and the Witch

The Story of Marguerite and Deke is ready for your reading pleasure! November 2013 Hi My Friends! Yes, at long last, you’re going to learn about Marguerite and Deke and the infamous witch of Witch Hill Winery.  If you’re wondering what took me so long to get their story out, it’s – well – complicated. …

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Wrestling An Alligator

Yes, it’s been a while since I blogged, and the fact that it took me six whole months to release Wine Into Water, the next book in the Flynn’s Crossing series, is almost embarrassing.  But you see, I have a great excuse.  I was busy wrestling an alligator.   What, you say?  You didn’t know…

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Being Held Ransom

Me:  Can you come look at this?  It’s locked up my computer.  I’ve done warm and cold boots three times now and it comes back to this same screen. Hubby:  Is your virus protection on? Me:  Yes – and it just did an update an hour ago. Hubby:  (taking off glasses, rubbing forehead, and then…

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Technology Used in Making Videos

Here is part 3 of my series on making videos to extend your author brand.  If you missed the first two parts, you can find them at http://yvonnekohano.com/interesting-overlaps-in-my-life/ (part 1) and http://yvonnekohano.com/more-on-creating-videos/ (part 2). ———— The technologies I’ve used to create my videos are resident within my computer or smartphone.  I use my laptop or…

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More on Creating Videos

Last week, I wrote about the overlaps in different facets of my life particularly around the use of videos to extend brands (http://yvonnekohano.com/interesting-overlaps-in-my-life/).  Here’s more along the same thread. Things I’ve learned about being a ‘talking head’: Make sure the background behind your head is clear of clutter and anything embarrassing. Focus on your head…

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Interesting Overlaps in My Life

There are interesting overlaps in my life these days.  I’m a certified Master Gardener, and as you can imagine, composting is a major topic of discussion for MGs and the public we train.  On that writing side, I work on MG stories for local publications, and sometimes I find my inspiration in the fiction I’m…

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