Webmaster's Corner - Blogs with Images

You can include images with blog posts. For example, this post includes an image of my "editor" Muttley. While not a military-related image, people do seem to like cats. 

Seriously, you should consider including images when you have a good photo or illustration that "fits" your blog entries. You do need to have the legal rights to the image, or the image must be in the public domain. I encourage the use of photographs you've taken with a good camera. 

Images attract readers!

2013 Independent Publisher Book Awards Announced

Bringing this news to everyone's attention for consideration next year.

The 2013 Independent Publisher Book Awards were announced at BEA at the end of May 2013. There were 382 medalists and almost 2,500 independent authors and publishers participated in the awards program. There were 75 categories ranging from Fine Arts to Marketing, and all age groups. Publishers ranged from small and academic presses to self-published works.

For more information, the link is below:

Grand Slam Grooming Dogs Speak Out

Ladies in the Styling Salon, we know the stories. This is the Grooming Shop, and the Dogs are on stage. If you have young readers in the house pick this up for them, increase their joy and buy the iPad version.

Grand Slam Grooming Dogs Speak Out
by Pat McGrath Avery
Book Category: Young Adult
Reviewed by: Terry Shoptaugh

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1937958329

Author(s) Mentioned: 
McGrath Avery, Pat

Survivor Love Thy Enemy

Picture yourself as a soldier in Viet Nam in the hot year of 1968. Add to that you're being specifically targeted by the Viet Cong. Finally, mix in your love for a peasant girl caught up on both sides of the war.

Survivor Love Thy Enemy
by James Dennison
Book Category: Creative NonFiction
Reviewed by Bob Doerr

ISBN (links go to the MWSA Amazon store): 1477478159

Author(s) Mentioned: 
Dennison, James

Book Signing

Dear MWSA Members,


If you live in the Nashville, Tennessee area, please stop by the book signing and say, "hello." I'd welcome the chance to meet and chat. Also, I'd be grateful to you for spreading the word about the event.