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As we crossed into a new year (and a new decade at that) many are typically thinking about setting new goals or resolutions to reach. One of my goals for 2020 was to post more blog content that my followers will find helpful. When thinking about my last post on the highlights for 2019, it… Continue reading Self Publishing 101: Have a Plan
2019 was a year of firsts for me. The first time visiting Brazil. The first time going to an International Convention. The first time learning Portuguese (attempted to), first time taking a dip in the ocean, and the first time camping all before turning 30. It was also the first time trying new ways to… Continue reading Highlights from 2019
Happy Friday to my followers. This week I decided I was going to cash in on Black Friday and run a Kindle Countdown Deal on my book, Before the Legend this weekend. Considering it was a fairly last minute decision I had to scramble the week before to find a list of sites that would… Continue reading How to Win at Kindle Countdown Deals
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In a related post I asked that same question when it came to visibility on the web whether that be a blog or a website you created. But really this is a question that every person that is selling or promoting their content should be asking. Anyone in business knows that you need to put… Continue reading Are you Visible?
by David Gittlin Most serious writers want to connect with an audience; preferably a big one. You have something to say. You have a story to tell. You want people to read it. One of the best ways to make people want to read your work is to create memorable and relatable central […] via How… Continue reading How to Create Dynamic Fictional Characters — A Writer’s Path
Who says you can’t get paid doing what you love? With increased consumer demands for services that are quick, convenient, and cost-effective, gig economies aren’t going anywhere anytime soon (e.g. Uber, Lyft, UberEats, Grubhub). In fact I would say their popularity will continue to rise in the coming years as customers have more options than… Continue reading Writing Gigs: What You Need to Know About Them
Have you ever felt burnt out? I can’t tell you how many times I’ve felt that way. As an introvert it doesn’t take much to burn out. Sustained interaction with co-workers, family members and the general public day in and day out can drain us out. Add that to the grind of everyday life and… Continue reading Why Writers Need to Recharge