I've said it many times before, too much perhaps, how writing began as a therapy for me. I came across a blog post that made many good points toward the subject of writing and therapy. I've never hidden that I have been in therapy, I call it mental maintenance, and it was suggested to me … Continue reading The Word: Writing Can Be Therapy…Truth!
Before Publishing Before you ever step forward with your finished manuscript there are choices to be made. Are you going to self-publish or submit to a publishing house? What the hell does it mean to be a hybrid? What's a vanity press? I hope today's post helps answer some of your questions. Self-publish: Self-publishing means … Continue reading The Word: Things to consider before going indie/self-pub
When I was first approached to guest post for my good friend L, I said to myself; Oh shit what am I going to talk about? Dammit, Tann! I promised her that she would have something to her that very night, but of course, that promise went unfulfilled because, at the time, I was continuing … Continue reading The Word: Indie Advice From Bryan Tann
A quick introduction, The Word is the new section where all my advice will be falling on my site. So many share their advice, but there seem to be so many more not finding it. Hopefully, my advice will help someone( as I have been told in the past it has). If it’s not been … Continue reading The Word: Writing Advice Column
Early 2016 I decided to work on my craft. I thought perhaps taking a workshop or a class may help me, maybe. At the time that I was thinking these things, mulling them over before taking the leap, and making the investment, I saw a few of my fellow writers taking the masterclass offered by … Continue reading What I Learned – James Patterson
Author Rissa Blakeley invited me to post on her website. After debating what to do, going back and forth for a week, I settled on formatting tips for those that may need some advice. This is directed at authors that will be needing digital formatting tips and where you can find a more in-depth look … Continue reading Guest Posting for Blakeley: Book Formatting Tips