Reviews

Comparing My Two Favorite Apps for Reading Internet Articles.

It was 2011 when I held my first Apple device (a used 8GB iPod). The design, feel, interface, and intuitive features were amazing.

1_oltiiyxvt3l4vdkmphkbowAnd then there were the apps. So . . . many . . . apps. I spent untold hours (months, really) scouring the App Store for all the resourceful, innovative, and cool apps available. I was an app junkie.

Fast forward to today. A couple iPhones, an iPad, and an iMac later, apps have lost much of their luster because I’ve seen so many of them.

There’s an app for just about everything but rarely does a new one come along that wows me. Because of this, whenever I stumble upon one that stands out, I’m taken back to that wonderful and wide-eyed time in 2011 when I first cradled that iPod. A time when every app was new and alluring.

And now, I’ve found not one, but two such apps. They’re called Instapaper and Pocket, and what they do is simple but brilliant.

Continue reading HERE.

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Education

Nazis, bad books, and birds that steal your children. These are your January articles of the month.

This is the first of a new monthly series where I will share my favorite articles and essays I discovered the previous month. These chosen essays will cover an eclectic assortment of topics, but all worthy of your time.

This month’s selection includes five articles covering such subjects as Nazi’s, parenting, and birds that steal your children.

So, without further ado, let’s get started.

Continue reading HERE.

Writing Advice

This Christmas, give the gift of reading. 

You’re already busy enough, so allow me to remove some of your holiday stress with my “order it and forget about it” offer.

Season - WinterOrder one (or both) of my book(s) as a gift for someone this Christmas and here’s what you’ll receive:

1). I will personally address the book to the recipient on your behalf, including a handwritten message of your choice inside the cover. 

2). I will gift wrap the book(s) for no extra charge.

3). I will ship the book(s) directly to the recipient. No need for you to deal with going to the post office.

You read that correctly. Gift my book(s) to your loved ones and they’ll receive a signed copy with a personal message inside, gift wrapped, and drop shipped directly to them. It’s that easy. Just place your order and I do all the rest for you.

Find out more about my books here and place your order here.

Your loved one’s will appreciate this personalized and uniquely thoughtful gift. So order now, and leave the hassle of shopping, wrapping, and shipping to me.