Green Your Freelance Business by Shannon L. Buck Discover many ways to green your business activities as well as your office.

Green Your Freelance Business (eBook)

Green Your Freelance Business is a helpful book for the freelancer or anyone with an office. Discover many ways to green your business activities as well as your office. If you haven’t jumped on the bandwagon yet, or if you’re looking for more greening tips, this is the eBook for you.

Green Your Freelance Business has been edited, updated with new information, and provides action steps to help you along the greening journey.

A bonus section at the back of the book offers three creative projects for freelancers. Have fun!

44 page eBook

Only $7.99 (ePub)

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Organize Your Space and Stuff


Organize Your Space and Stuff by Shannon L. Buck Organize Your Space and Stuff provides take-aways such as ideas for organizing projects and record keeping, as well as keeping track of successes.

Organize Your Space and Stuff (eBook)

Organize Your Space and Stuff is a compilation of many articles from How to Live the Freelance Life. Each article has been expanded on for this book, with updates on how things have changed, and action steps to guide you in setting up and keeping up with your office or office space.

A bonus section at the back of this eBook gives the reader creative projects that will aid in furthering their career and brightening their day. These projects are not to be missed. They are fun!

Organize Your Space and Stuff provides take-aways such as ideas for organizing projects and record keeping, as well as keeping track of successes. Organizing the way you do business does not have to be difficult. The eBook offers advice from someone who has tried many things, before beginning to get it right. It also offers recommendations for having a ‘greener’ office environment, and advice for keeping what you need on-hand, so it is available when needed.

103 pages (eBook)

Only $9.99 on Amazon

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Doing Risky Things

I’ve always wanted to write fiction, and I love writing nonfiction. I want to be able to write what I want, when I want. Some stories a writer chooses to publish might be a little ‘riskier’ than others, for one reason or another.

I recently published Alone, a story I like to call a short-short. It is short enough to read on a break at work, or while in a waiting room. This story is ‘risky’ because it is a sad one, though it was actually one of my most popular ones pre final edit – the reason I decided to polish it up and sell it. Not everyone wants to read a sad story.

In all honesty, I didn’t think (back then) it would go over as well as it did. But I’m glad it did, of course. Every writer wants their stories to be read by many people. I would love to know why so many people like the story.

So risky, in this sense, is about writing what you’re not sure others will want to read and waiting to see how it goes. That is what I did with Alone. I had no idea why I wrote it, but I remember feeling the emotion. I thought others might feel that emotion as well.

So I added this story to my continually growing collection of published fiction, right along with my growing collection of nonfiction.

All writers (who want to) should be writing in both genres. And we hope our readers will enjoy both formats. Or, if not both, at least one.


You’ve watched the members of your family die from a disease they cannot name. One they cannot stop. Then, when no one is left for you to turn to, the disease catches up with you. Do you stay at the hospital knowing they can’t help? Knowing there is no hope? Or, do you follow your instincts and do what you want?

It is a lonely world when you are alone.

Happy reading!

Shannon L. Buck

Meeting My Writing Goals

bang-book-coverHow are you doing with your goals? Are you working diligently to meet them? I hope so, because I’d like to think you are enjoying the process as much as I am.

I’ve been working so hard on my goals this year; on things I’ve wanted to accomplish for the last few years, but could never seem to find the time. And there were so many things I had to learn how to do.

I’m feeling pretty good about things. With my learning, my progress on projects, and the publication of some eBooks. I have worked extra hard to get things out to all of you, and I truly hope you are getting something out of each.

“Please, don’t go out there,” she said, worriedly.

“You don’t know what it could be.”

Imagine waking in the middle of the night to a loud noise, going outside to check out the situation only to be faced with terror you could never have imagined. This was the situation on the mountain one night when Sean and Sidney woke suddenly to noises they weren’t accustomed to hearing. What did Sean find when he ventured outside?

And I have more to do! Currently, I’m working on another publication for this site, a series if eGuides, and a few more stories. And I’m always looking for reviews. They can be posted to or Goodreads.

How are things going for you? Are you working on any projects you’d like to share?

Share with us in the comments, or email me personally at I always reply!

Shannon L. Buck

Review: 1,000 Awesome Writing Prompts Ryan Andrew Kinder

Kindle $2.99. Also available in paperback at varying prices.

Started reading through these prompts and could not stop. Now that I’ve finished, I have almost 40 pages of prompts added to my writing prompt journal. It will be a long time before I run out of ideas! This ebook focuses on different genres, giving many ideas for the writer to work on. Try a few, and see what you think. There is an entire section just for flash fiction.

Besides prompts for fiction, I came away with some blog ideas as well. Always nice. I’m always looking for ideas to use for articles, blogs, and newsletters.

For beginners and up, this ebook gives plenty of ideas.

Shannon L. Buck

Review: Rock Your To-Do List: Get to Your Biggest Goals Faster, With Less Stress, in Only 15 Minutes a Day

51YD7SuSfOL._SX311_BO1,204,203,200_By Lain Ehmann, MPA

Kindle Price: .99 for a limited time. Read on KindleUnlimited for FREE. (80 pages)

I received a review copy of this book from Lain, a life and business coach, and was so excited to be reading about a different way to rock my to-do list!

I’m a HUGE fan of to-do lists, but mine have always been so long its been a struggle for me to get through them each day. That has all changed. In Rock Your To-Do List, Lain has shown me how to get my to-do list under control. How to get my dreams out of my head, and how to get the correct tasks onto my to-do list, in a ways that is not overwhelming at all. Lain’s method works for big and small ideas.

The author tells us her story, about how other organizational methods were not working for her, and how she came about creating her own method. A method that might just be exactly what you have been looking for. She explains why “no two schedules are the same because no two lives are the same,” and she is right. Each of us lives a different life, so we each need a different schedule as well. Our own way of doing things. What works for me may not work for you, but this book will help you to figure out what will work for you, and how to make your goals priorities.

I have a lot on my plate. My job, my family, my writing, and blogging. I have SO many things that need doing. Rock Your To-Do List has helped me to put my goals into perspective, and shown me a step-by-step process of getting the important things done. I now know how to make my goals priorities, and am thankful to Lain for showing me her process. Her method is helping me to get my life in order, so I can be more productive.

I definitely recommend this book, whether you’re a stay at home mom or dad in need of getting things in order, or you have a business that you seem to be floundering in due to lack of time to pull important tasks off, or anyone in between.

Let me know how her system works for you in the comments below, or by emailing me at

Shannon L. Buck