Advice for children who stutter: Pamela Mertz

Tell me about yourself My name is Pamela Mertz, but I happily respond to Pam. I prefer my full name in anything written – seems more professional. It could also be an age thing! I live and work right outside of the Albany, New York area. I was born and raised in...

Advice for children who stutter: David Friedman

I’m adding caricatures of my fellow stuttering friends in the stuttering advice book I’m currently working on for a Spring 2014 release. In the meantime, I’m dedicating a Q&A blog post to some of the people featured in my book. Starting it all...

Learn from an author: Debbie Horovitch

The third and final post in my series on learning from others who published books, I’m featuring Debbie Horovitch. Me: What is/are your book about? Debbie: I’m working on my first “full” book, a business guide to my successful methods for...

Learn from (an) author(s): Mark Blevis and Tod Maffin

The second post in my series where I interview friends who have written books – as part of my attempt to encourage you to tell your stories– I interview a couple of friends of mine from the podcasting community, Mark Blevis (who has been a guest on Stuttering is Cool...

Learn from an author: my interview with Connie Crosby

I wrote a free ebook in 2009 about today’s digital technology enabling anyone to become a publisher easily and cheaply. That still holds true today. With my computer and Adobe InDesign, I am putting together an advice book about stuttering. I’ve decided to...

Stuttering comic book sneak peek!

Here’s an excerpt from my upcoming stuttering comic book in honour of National Stuttering Awareness Week 2013. Thus, link #101 doubles as an announcement – the book I’m working on! I haven’t chosen a title just yet but I can tell you that the book...