Around the World in Love

What do London and San Francisco have in common? They are the top two cities downloading my short stores. Where in Canada—the third highest download site—are listeners downloading the stories? Everywhere but Nova Scotia—Nova Scotia don’t like Cain’t Do Nothing … Continue reading

Old Stories Found

After a long hiatus, I submitted a couple of short stories to literary magazines today. I’ve been working on the new website, mulling over what stories I wanted to include. The website will have a “Photo Bio” featuring a sentence … Continue reading

Where I am Now

For those of y’all following my novel(s) saga, I thought you might like an update. Also, I need your support—just getting it out here helps me feel I’m not all alone on this journey! TRAIN TRIP: LUCINDA MAE’S QUEST FOR … Continue reading

The Spinning Plates are Real

For those of you concerned about me after my Great Public Failure (I didn’t get an agent, to put this in perspective), here’s my current game plan: * send the Train Trip query to the paid-editor for tweaking: STATUS: DONE … Continue reading

Self-Publishers Self-Promotion: Mock-you-deals

“In a zero book deal, Ellen Morris Prewitt’s short story collection, Cain’t Do Nothing with Love, on-line in audio” “Underselling author Ellen Morris Prewitt’s short story collection Cain’t Do Nothing with Love to caintdonothingwithlove.wordpress.com” “Author of multiple works of mischief, … Continue reading

1000 Listeners

Many years ago, I read excerpts from Write Your Heart Out on the local NPR affiliate. In response, the book’s author, my friend and mentor Rebecca McClanahan, said, “Thank you for sharing my words.” Ever since, I’ve had a very … Continue reading

A New Year’s Resolution that Doesn’t Hurt

New Year’s Resolution: Laugh more Strategy: Get a laugh buddy Your buddy: CDNWL subscription at iTunes CDNWL at iTunes … Continue reading

The Unloved Elephant

I have 14 videos on YouTube. 14 stories read aloud. Some stories have had more views than others. Inexplicably, the story with the least views is one that was nominated for a Pushcart Prize. It’s a lovely story. Could you … Continue reading