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So Dream Something!
Every month, I visit with someone who is actively pursuing their dreams and talk about how that pursuit has benefitted their lives. Through victory and struggle, find out why I give this advice to all of my listeners: So Dream Something!
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is NOW AVAILABLE in ebook format exclusively for Kindle and Kindle-app e-readers!
You can also find the audiobook on Audible, iTunes, and wherever
audiobooks are sold online!
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Have you seen the
trailers for Climbing Maya?
Over on Aron Joice's site, I'm
talking about the evolution of my writing career as well as living
and working "in the moment", which as a writer takes some doing.
(Click the link to the left to read!) (January 2014)
With the release of my new
memoir, The Day We Said Goodbye, Aron Joice has posted a few good
words on her site. (Check it out by clicking the link to the left.)
One piece of feedback I've heard
quite a bit is that ebooks don't work well as gifts. Sometimes, you
want to have something tangible. That is why I've dedicated this
year to getting more of my work out in paperback. Click the link to
the left to find Daughter of a One-Armed Man in paperback on
Amazon.com and look for more books coming in the months ahead!
Over on her terrific website,
Angela Kay Austin has posted a feature on my new memoir. Click the
link to the left to check it out! (February 2014)
Over on Indies Unlimited, The Day
We Said Goodbye is featured as a new title for February. Click the
link to the left to find out more! (February
My first compilation from Recovering The Self - The Worth of Dreams The Value of Dreamers - is now available in paperback. Read my first year of essays, along with some bonus material! Click the link to the left to find The Worth of Dreams The Value of Dreamers in paperback on Amazon.com a look for more paperbacks coming soon! (March 2014)
My first compilation from Recovering The Self - The Worth of Dreams The Value of Dreamers - is now available in paperback. Read my first year of essays, along with some bonus material! Click the link to the left to find The Worth of Dreams The Value of Dreamers in paperback on Amazon.com and look for more paperbacks coming soon! (March 2014)
I'm happy to announce that I've
signed with WiDo Publishing to release my romantic fantasy novel,
The Wrong Magic, late in 2014. Watch this space!
The fine folk over at Indies
Unlimited are running the first trailer to my memoir, The Day We
Said Goodbye. Check it out and vote for it for trailer of the month
- by clicking the link to the left. (March 2014)
Will Wilson was kind enough to
invite me onto his Internet Radio show to talk about books and
plays and everything else in my career. We had a great conversation
and I hope you'll give it a listen! (March 2014)
Blogs and Tweets and Chicken Wings below...
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for your reading pleasure!
For the last three years, I've been writing each month on the topic of Following Your Dreams over on Recovering The Self. Now, I've decided it is time to move on. Before I do, however, I thought I would post a link over here to share this final chapter with you good people.I know I don't normally post links to Recovering The Self over here but this final article is special to me. It sums up so much of what I've been saying and I hope you find it worthwhile.You can find the article here:http://www.recoveringself.com/guest-blogger/ken-la-salle/dreams-by-ken-la-sale Posted: Thu 3rd of April, 2014
This morning, I had a lot of fun speaking with Will Willson on the Indie Books Show. I'm including it here and I hope you enjoy it!
Be sure to check out the Indie Books Radio Show tomorrow, 3/28/14, at 8am. I'll be the guest for the full hour, talking about my writing career, upcoming projects, and who knows what! I hope you'll tune in - you can even call in with questions!Here's the link. Give it a click!The show has a great archive section, as well, just in case you miss it. Posted: Thu 27th of March, 2014