You're writing a book. Or you've just finished writing one. You want readers for your books. There are so many books to choose from on every online platform and physical bookstore, so WHY should anyone want to read your book? Well, perhaps they have developed an interest in you as they follow you on Twitter/Instagram.… Continue reading Building Your Author Brand
If you love, You cannot escape grief. If you care, You must accept pain. If you feel, You will surely fall. And if you live, You just go on.
For the second time, I’m happy to welcome back to these pages my colleague Sudesna (Sue) Ghosh. Based in India, Sue is an author, cat mom and advocate for mental health and animals. You will find her Amazon Author Page here and on Twitter . Anxiety sucks. It’s been my friend/enemy for some years now. […]Anxiety… Continue reading Anxiety And My Writing Process – Sudesna Ghosh — Dann Alexander
She never fit in. Shame and frustration filled her days. Being different seemed like a curse until she got older. Years of tears and wisdom taught her to respect and love her strangeness. It was better to be sensitive and an introvert than to pretend to be someone she wasn’t. In fact, she never could… Continue reading The Odd One Out
Happy Publication Day to me! My new romance novella is available on Amazon sites worldwide from today! Please consider leaving a review on Amazon and/or Goodreads if you enjoy my book. Thank you and happy reading! https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08CF2M76Q
So I decided to write another romance. I started with zero plot or characters in my head. No basic outline. All I knew was that I had procrastinated for long enough -- it was time to write. This book was so much fun to write because I let the characters take me through it step… Continue reading Cover Reveal: Mita’s Dilemma (A Romance Novella)
To love a human is to risk, From expectations there will be hurt. To love a human is to cry, From words there will be injuries. To love a human is to learn, From lessons there will be wisdom.
I love writing short stories. In fact, most of my short stories early in my career were for kids. It was a great way for me to relive my childhood while admitting to the world that Sudesna Ghosh just won't grow up. Going forward, I started writing short stories for an older audience too. There’s… Continue reading Writing Short Stories
A new look for my humorous family drama. Get your copy here: https://www.amazon.com/My-Small-Thin-Indian-Wedding-ebook/dp/B07KS276ZW
Mental Health Month is about to end. Fortunately, these days the conversation around mental health is on going. I tweet about it throughout the year, as do many others. With the pandemic and lockdowns, it’s even more important to focus on mental well being. Life has changed for most of us. Physical health is a… Continue reading Mental Health Month