Friday, April 27, 2012

Baltimore, MD, March 2012 –

T.C. Galltin has ventured out on her own as a self-published author with the re-release of her debut novel Zaire’s Place. After parting ways with her ex-publisher, All Things That Matter Press, she has decided this was the best route to get her work back into the hands of the public. With a new cover and reedited work, she is hoping there will be renewed interest in her project.

Zaire’s Place tells the story of three very different women at a domestic violence shelter in Baltimore, MD. It’s real…it’s raw…and three women will never be the same. Domestic violence is an issue that Ms. Galltin has dealt with personally. It is her hope that her novel will encourage women dealing with abuse to get help. “I am excited about this new chapter of my life,” T.C. Galltin stated. “It feels so good to have creative control over your own work. With the re-release of my novel, I am my own boss, which is a breath of fresh air.” She said that she is grateful to be living in a time when authors hold the key to their own future, rather than relying on a publisher to make things happen for them.

 Ms. Galltin also said that she does not want to focus on the past and is looking forward with great optimism to her future as a published author. She has fallen in love with the ladies of Zaire’s Place and hopes the world will, too. “DV is a serious issue, but Zaire’s Place entertains as well as enlightens. The women of ZP are quite a group of characters. I feel like I’m longtime friends with them,” Ms. Galltin stated.
Zaire’s Place is available in Kindle format from Readers who do not own a Kindle can download Amazon’s free software for PCs. To find out more about Ms. Galltin, visit her main website,, or her blog,

Friday, April 6, 2012

No Excuses Art Marketing with Author Alyson Stanfield

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Tuesday, April 3, 2012

How to Talk About Money

100 Wyoming Women
willing to talk about money.It's no secret that Wyoming has the worst gender pay gap in the nation. That's right. The Equality State comes in dead last when the equality we're talking about is money.

Pundits have speculated and research has been done to diagnose the problem--yet year after year we continue to lag behind. I believe we would all like to see this change, and I believe Wyoming's business women can have a powerful role in catalyzing that change.

That's why one of my first projects as the new Executive Director of the Wyoming Smart Capital Network is to host a TeleSummit April 10-12 designed for Wyoming business women. Twelve awesome 1/2-hour sessions offer food for thought, inspiration, and solid strategies to help us improve our money mojo. The smarter we get about money, the more power we have to create change.

I'm looking for 100 or more Wyoming women to join this important conversation. Are you one of them? Details here.
Diane Wolverton
Executive Director
Wyoming Smart Capital Network