Hello! Here’s a painful question for a lot of authors/writers: how do you market your book? Here’s a better question, do you know how to market your book? These are common questions for self-published and indie-published authors. If your answer to both of those was a resounding “Yes!” then your probably in the wrong place.Continue reading “Marketing Your Book”
If you’ve created anything to a prolific extent, rather as a personal hobby or as a career, then odds are good that you now have a title attached to you. Now, that title is no different than any other job title in the world, in theory. In practice it is so much more, sometimes becauseContinue reading “Are You an Author/Writer/Artist?”
Wow, it has been…a long time since I’ve posted anything; literally months. What have I been doing for all these months? Well, I could say I’ve been focusing on writing, but that would be a lie. In the words of Suzanne Collins’s character President Snow from “THE HUNGER GAMES” “we had an agreement not toContinue reading “Life Became Too Busy”
Dealing with the struggles of consistently sitting down to write.
Hello! I’ve been hard at work and have had to pull back a bit, but I’m on the way to catching up. Today’s topic: shelving. No, not what kind of material makes the best shelves. How long do you shelve a project for between significant edits, or do you? I ran a poll recently aboutContinue reading “Does your story go on a shelf?”
Why did you shred up paper and throw it in a planter, you ask. It’s symbolic, or it’s supposed to be, at least, of growing(read: planting) your idea. Just like starting a garden, writing requires work before, during, and after. 1st) Be Prepared! You have to prepare before you write, yes, even if you areContinue reading “Writing: Plant Your Garden”