February ’22 Wrap-Up

The sometimes strange and short month of February has come to a close so here’s a wrap-up of what has been going on here at the Hall of Information in that time…

Podcast Appearance!

This month I appeared on the awesome Indie Book Talk Podcast to share all of my wisdom on Author Twitter.

New Guide Alert!

My aim this year is put together a new guide every month. In between my writing, reading and procrastinating on social media efforts, this month saw my 9 year celebration of being on Twitter. Here are some things that I learned and a basically how I operate right now to stay present, support others and sell books. I basically don’t stop.

#indieFebruary – some love for Indie Books

Over on Twitter I did my best to try and get a new hashtag trending. While the results weren’t great I still led the charge in supporting my fellow indie authors by putting together a series of posts celebrating my favourite indie reads. You’ll find some below.

Indie Book Recs: Space/Sci Fi Horror Memoir/Non-Fiction Thrillers Shorter Reads

Reviewing a new Stephen King Book

I’ll admit that most of this month was taken over by my reading efforts of Billy Summers by Stephen King – like many of his works, it was enduring but overall a worthwhile read – here is my review.

Guest Articles

Of course the Hall of Information is always open to guest content and so here is some from this month:

How To Stay Creative With Chronic Pain by Ariel Jensine Dodge

Overview: SHAKEN NO MORE by Jacqui Morrison

I’ve nearly finished writing my next play adaptation…

Part of the reason why I have been less active on this blog in February is because I am deep into writing and nearly finishing my next play adaptation. You’ll hopefully hear more about that soon.

And so that wraps up Feb 2022, have a good one!

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