- File Size: 133 KB
- Print Length: 11 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 8, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00773AMN8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,350,018 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Indie Authors in the Publishing Sea-Change (Authors Go Public Book 1) Kindle Edition
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More About the Author
She began drawing at an early age. One early drawing remains, which is a tiny illustration of "Little Red Riding Hood." Her favorite Crayon was (and still is) bluegreen. Storytelling began early as well, before the first year of school. Stinnett wrote three novels during her 20s and 30s, while producing workshops on brain health and the non-fiction book on the imagination, later published by Sourcebooks as "Little Shifts."
Suzanna's life as an artist includes mixed media, painting, wire sculpting, cartooning and collage. Her coloring books reflect her love of cartoons as well as Maxfield Parrish, Wassily Kandinsky, Dr. Seuss and Vincent Van Gogh.
Since the 1980s, Suzanna has enjoyed the Bay area, mainly living in the decadently fertile counties directly north of the Golden Gate. She draws inspiration from the fog-wrapped Pacific coast, and once lived in a cabin built by Miwoks, among the elk and bobcats at the shore of Tomales Bay.
Today she can be found drawing, coloring, and writing in the coffee-shop churches of Marin and green counties northward, wearing soft clothing with the neck tags carefully removed. She is currently at work on several projects including sci-fi books for early readers (the "Starship in the Attic" series), and coloring books for grown-up kids which include "Color Puzzles," "Hidden Realms," "Fog-Fed Gardens of Marin," and her new Christmas series. "
In the mid 1990s she began pursuing her vision to make writing and publishing tools available to everyone. This vision emerged as Bay Area Bloggers Society, a user group in the San Francisco Bay area with a 700+ membership and local sponsors including O'Reilly Media.
She currently blogs under the title of "Coloring Camelot."
Top Customer Reviews
I suppose the first impression of a written work is the Title and so it is through Suzanna's straightforward titles that you are reading this review now. Her Four Hour Publisher ebook caught my eye on day one of my Kindle experience and here we are again with a short and VERY sharp introduction to the self publishing timeline.
Loads of background facts here and plenty of Stinnett Snippetts to whet the appetite of any recovering procrastinator. You all know who you are! So take heed my brethren and do what you have always dreamed of...that of becoming a self published author,knowing that, when you take on board all that Suzanna has to offer (and for goodness sake get going Now)you will be successful.
All of Suzanna Stinnett's stuff(sorry writings)is/are from the coal face and will motivate you to take action. Now go read her other, not so little gem especially for Bloggers who wish to extend their reach.Turn your blog posts into ebooks