Posts Tagged ‘ ReferencePoint Press ’

2017 A to ZChallenge Theme Reveal #AtoZReveal

Today's the day: It's time for the annual A to Z Challenge Theme Reveal! In the past, I have tackled guidebooks to my various hometowns (Chicago, Montreal, San Diego), using the A to Z style to give some unique perspectives on the whole travel guide concept. But this year, I'm doing something a little bit different. So far I've written two books about finding a career for ReferencePoint Continue Reading...

Out with the old: Reflections on 2016

As 2016 draws to a close, and thoughts of New Year's Resolutions begin to fill my head, I thought I'd take a look back on some of my accomplishments from the past year. Here are some fun stats from 2016... Personal Bests by Word Count in 2016 (By Month) [author_list style="star"] January 19 - 1,236 words, with 14,665 words total for the month February 13 - 1,414; 17,546/month Continue Reading...

YARRRR! 365K Club, week 40

It’s that time of the week again: time for another 365K Club word count check-in! Numbers, please… October 1, Day 275: 1,603 words October 2, Day 276: 852 words October 3, Day 277: 1,994 words October 4, Day 278: 775 words October 5, Day 279: 815 words October 6, Day 280: 1,336 words October 7, Day 281: 845 words That’s a grand total of 8,220 words for the week, Continue Reading...

Learn how to write nonfiction for young people this Friday (3/18)

This Friday, March 18, the Nonfiction Authors Association's San Diego Chapter will host "Writing Nonfiction for Young People" from 6:30-8:30 PM in the San Diego Writers, Ink space (2730 Historic Decatur Rd., #202 - part of Liberty Station). Our speaker, Lori Shein, is Managing Editor of ReferencePoint Press, a local publisher that focuses on nonfiction books for middle school and high school Continue Reading...