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March 8, 2017
Four Ways to Provide Effective Writing Feedback
Writers are often asked to critique or provide feedback on others’ writing. This situation can be difficult. It is hard ...
8 Tips for a DYI Writing Retreat
Writing retreats have been on my mind lately. I am preparing to lead a group of writers on a retreat ...
Breaking Barriers to Book Marketing
Book marketing: Just hearing those words can strike terror into the hearts of new authors. Book marketing can seem mysterious, ...
Tips for Writing Faster
Slow down and get organized. If you are in a hurry to finish your book, you can easily become overwhelmed ...
Don’t Break Copyright Law
Whether you are publishing an eBook or a print book, you are probably wondering about copyrights. Authors are rightly concerned ...
7 Ways to Cure Title Trauma
Selecting the right title for your book can be extremely challenging. Whether you are writing non-fiction, fiction, or poetry, if ...
Writing During Tense Times
This is a tense week. People on all sides of the political debate in the US, and even people in ...
3 Ways to Show Gratitude to Your Readers
It’s Thanksgiving week, and I want to thank you for being part of my family! I was thinking about gratitude ...
A Book Launch to Watch…and Learn From
There’s a book launching today that is taking the internet world by storm. It’s one of the best book launches ...
Future Trends in Digital Publishing
Angela Collins is a design student from Australia who did extensive research on what we can expend in digital publishing ...
A Surprising Block to Writing…and 3 Ways to Fix it Fast
Many of my clients face the same problem. I had it for years too, but never knew. The problem kept ...
Curing the Author Inferiority Complex
Have you been plagued by AIC- Author Inferiority Complex? AIC rears its ugly head when you least expect it: The ...
New Amazon Options and Rules
Once again, Amazon.com is shaping the book market with innovation. They have just released two new enhancements that you must ...
5 Ways to Write Faster and Better This Fall
It's fall and everyone is thinking about all the writing that did not get done during the summer. LOL Here ...
The Trucker and the Artist
I know several professional trucker drivers. I am in awe of the way they can maneuver those huge trucks into ...
Who is the Villain of Your Book?
Every book needs a hero and a villain, even non-fiction ones. A while back I wrote a blog post about ...
Who’s the Hero of Your Book?
Who’s the Hero of Your Book? Every book, even non-fiction ones, has a hero. Yet, most non-fiction writers are not ...
Stuck in the Writing Wasteland?
In last week’s training call we talked about the 12 stages of the Author’s Journey. Step 6 is one that ...
The Author and the Hero’s Journey
Last week I was doing some research on Joseph Campbell and his famous Hero’s Journey. Campbell studied the great myths ...
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