Browsing Category "Sandwich Lady"
Humor Novel: The Opposite of Everything (Review and Giveaway)
By     |    May 6, 2014
Posted in: Books, News & Events, Parenting, Reviews, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    2 Comments

Humor Novel: The Opposite of Everything (Review and Giveaway)

We are honored to be a part of the WOW! Women On Writing blog tour for The Opposite of Everything by David Kalish. He is a playwright and novelist, and his work is being compared to Seinfeld. It was also just announced that David Kalish’s debut novel, The Opposite of Everything, has won a first prize in the Somerset Fiction Awards, a national contest that recognizes emerging new talent and […]

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Turning a Devastating Problem Into a Positive
By     |    Apr 29, 2014
Posted in: Advocating, Sandwich Lady, Strong Girls and Women     |    4 Comments

Turning a Devastating Problem Into a Positive

This is one of my favorite quotes of all time: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.” Margaret Mead, a cultural anthropologist, author, and speaker from the 1960s and 1970s, said this, and I used to have it hanging in my office when I had an office. I like it so much because as individuals […]

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The Truth About Princesses
By     |    Apr 22, 2014
Posted in: Books, Family, Parenting, Sandwich Lady, Strong Girls and Women     |    5 Comments

The Truth About Princesses

Here at my house, we are princess crazy. As a matter of fact while I ‘m typing this blog post, my daughter is happily watching Frozen with her grandparents. Some people don’t approve of how princess crazy little girls are. They wonder if we are sending our girls the right message. Will our daughters grow up to expect riches and happily ever after? What happens when little girls become teenagers […]

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8 Content Curation Ideas for Writers (and a book giveaway about using social media)
By     |    Apr 15, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Publishing, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    8 Comments

8 Content Curation Ideas for Writers (and a book giveaway about using social media)

At the Lit Ladies, we are so excited to be a part of this WOW! Women On Writing blog tour for the incredibly helpful book, Avoid Social Media Time Suck: A Blueprint for Writers Who Want to Create Online Buzz for Their Books and Still Have Time to Write.  Sandwich Lady, AKA, Margo L. Dill, was lucky enough to read this book and loved all the helpful links and new sites […]

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Walking to Find a Cure for Arthritis on May 16
By     |    Apr 8, 2014
Posted in: Advocating, Aging, Sandwich Lady     |    8 Comments

Walking to Find a Cure for Arthritis on May 16

This is a bit of a different post than I usually write–I wanted to share with you that I am going to be walking in the Arthritis Foundation walk on May 16 in St. Louis, hopefully with my daughter and husband, too. I have two reasons very close to my heart why I chose to raise money for the fight against arthritis. The first is my lovely and talented and […]

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Online Book Party for Margo’s YA Book
By     |    Apr 1, 2014
Posted in: Books, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    43 Comments

Online Book Party for Margo’s YA Book

Thanks for coming to the online book party! First, I’ll tell you a little about my new YA novel, Caught Between Two Curses, from Rocking Horse Publishing and then you can see how you can win FABULOUS prizes (scroll down to the bottom to see prizes and enter to win!) between now and April 6 at 11:59 pm CDT.  Here’s the synopsis: Seventeen-year-old Julie Nigelson is cursed. So is her […]

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Winning a Book Trailer for Caught Between Two Curses and Announcement
By     |    Mar 25, 2014
Posted in: Books, Publishing, Sandwich Lady, Writing     |    6 Comments

Winning a Book Trailer for Caught Between Two Curses and Announcement

I won a book trailer from Castlelane (http://www.castelane.com/) , which was unbelievably good luck for me because I have a brand new young adult novel out, Caught Between Two Curses. I’ve never had a book trailer before, and I couldn’t be more thrilled with this one. Kim at Castlelane did a fantastic job after I filled out a questionnaire and worked with me to get this book trailer perfect. If […]

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