Of course, when you are publishing a book, you have to make important decisions. Hard decisions, sometimes. This is the story of how my cover design for "What Ronnie Sue Knew" came to be.
I had a dream about Mom. It’s actually a pretty rare occurrence that I remember any part of my dreams, and even rarer that she makes an appearance in them. When those wake me up in the middle of the night, I think it bears recording.
Sometimes, random phone calls can actually be quite lovely. Read on to learn about a recent conversation I had with my childhood neighbor who shared his experience reading my book.
Though not my first published book, this is the first book that I wrote that talks about parts of my life that have impacted me the most. More specifically, my mom. It is also the first one for which I have had the honor of having a book signing event.
I got a random instant message from a former student, Mona, who I'm still connected with over Facebook after all these years.
A blog post all about the process of formatting your manuscript for publishing - the good, the bad and the ugly.
Announcing the release of my new memoir "What Ronnie Sue Knew" in September 2021!
The month of July has been all about writing: podcasts, blogs, and editing my upcoming memoir, “What Ronnie Sue Knew: recalling a life of love and sparkle.” Read on to see how I am exploring the world of authorship and publishing.
Coming September, 2021! Radiant Ronnie Sue My beautiful mom passed on September 4, 2020 at the age of 72. She had bravely fought a long battle with peritoneal cancer for almost four years. Cancer is a bitch. There's nothing good about it. It prematurely robs a person of their well-being and forces them and their… Continue reading What Ronnie Sue Knew – a memoir