Happy Holidays From Sahno Publishing! by Michael Sahno | Dec 21, 2020 | Articles | 0 commentsHappy Holidays from us to you!https://msahno.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/2018-12.18.Happy-Holidays.mp4 ← From The Shadow Side to the Syzygy ... Aaaaand That's a Wrap → There’s Not Much Funny About DementiaI must admit, I never thought I’d be writing a blog post on a topic like “how maintaining my sense of humor helped me deal with my mother’s dementia.” Not that I was oblivious to the possibility. My grandmother on my mother’s side developed dementia in her early 80s,...Read More Psychology Is Sort of a Hobby of Mine, or Why I’ve Always Been So Interested In MetaphysicsI chose the image above for today's blog post for a couple reasons: first, it's cool, but second, it's also kind of all over the place. And isn't that what metaphysics are all about?A quick Google search shows the definition of metaphysics as "a field of philosophy...Read More Anyone Else Thinking about Canceling Cancel Culture?Ordinarily, I’m on the side of the poor, the beaten-down, the marginalized. In short, the outsiders. But this week, what’s on my mind is something a little on the opposition side, or what I’d like to think of as the middle. Most everyone who knows me would describe me...Read More 5 Things to Do Before You Begin Your Writing DayWhat should you do before you start your writing day? I've read plenty of advice on topics like this over the years, and I have to say upfront: I don't think there's a right way or a wrong way. You have to do what works for you. However, I've also tried to do things...Read More Hong Kong Phooey and The Casual Racism of the 70sAs kids, my brother and I used to love The Rocky & Bullwinkle Show, which ran from the late 50s to the early 70s. The cartoon featured Boris & Natasha, a.k.a., Boris Badenov and Natasha Fatale, as in “bad enough” and “femme fatale.” The former was a pun on the...Read More If There Ever Was a Time to be Apolitical, This Isn’t ItAnyone who has read a handful of my blog posts, or better yet, my fiction, probably has a pretty good handle on where I stand politically. I’ve been known to rail against the orange monster in the Oval Office from time to time. In fact, I wrote back in 1994 that...Read More The Scary Weekend I Thought I Had COVID-19Since March 2020, I’ve lived almost as though there was no such thing as a coronavirus vaccine. You might wonder why, as multiple vaccines have been available since earlier this year, some even before that. I’ll tell you why. My wife is an essential worker who...Read More A Vacation Blog Post and a Manross Library AppearanceThe following post has been pre-scheduled. I've never tried to pre-schedule a blog post before, so I had to look up how to do it. If you know me well, you won't be surprised by that. Hey, I'm on vacation while you read this. Modern technology! I find it interesting to...Read More Book-Building 101This week's post is called Book-Building 101 because I want to provide my fellow indie authors a little info on the mechanics of putting out a completed book. And I'm not talking about plot, structure, or basics like editing or proofreading. I'm talking about the...Read More 7 Things to Check Before You Publish That BookThis year, I'm pleased to announce I'm going to be publishing my fifth work of fiction, Whizzers. Hard to believe, because it seems like just yesterday when I launched my first novel, Brothers' Hand, into an unsuspecting world. I still remember some of the reactions...Read More Facebook Twitter Linkedin Gmail Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.