Go ahead, file your complaints!

wake-up-callStarting now, we’ll be blogging only once a week here. And we’ll be posting on Friday mornings instead of Saturday.

Swenson Book Development llc provides custom services to a select clientele and this change in blogging schedule reflects our commitment to serve these authors first and foremost. We plan to continue to provide helpful information and links to resources to matters of interest to authors.Jill Jenna Amy Ava at work

On the second Tuesday of every month a new issue of our newsletter will be delivered with fresh and exclusive information about our clients and the book publishing business. If you haven’t subscribed yet, do so today and get the next issue instead of a blog post on Tuesday, October 8.

closeup of top shelfThe Open House at Little Free Library #4094 is tomorrow afternoon at 24 Helen’s Way. Amanda K. Jaros, her husband and son, built this crowdsourced “take one, leave one” library in Ithaca on west hill just off Westhaven, below EcoVillage. If you are in the neighborhood, please stop by. I’ll bring apple pie. closeup of front door

2 thoughts on “Saturday’s News

  1. This is a great move, Jill. When anyone sends out too much, including me, it’s hard to keep up with all of it. The right balance eludes me when I have my blog to share plus another piece I’ve written the same week. May your adrenal system give a huge sigh of relief.

    • Thanks Elaine for your comment. I didn’t hear any complaints, so moving toward a monthly digest and one weekly blog means more time to write instead of spending it on social media, or learning about social media. Sometimes less is more. That’s the plan.

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