Tag: writer tips

I’m Answering Common and Uncommon Interview Questions Part Two

How do you handle literary criticism? I understand its part of the entire industry. I’ve seen it come in several forms like from the editors of my work to even unsolicited reviewers or readers. The only thing that can be done is nod and keep moving forward. How much ‘world

The Word: Working While Traveling – Convention Prep Advice, Tips, Item Reminders, and First Timer Help

I’m sure many of you have traveled because you’ve published a book. You must do signings, conventions, and appearances to help push your products to audiences and hopefully gain some new readers at the same time. I have done events in the past, probably more, but the biggest worry I

The Word: Writing Can Be Therapy…Truth!

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

The Word: Things to consider before going indie/self-pub

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

Guest Posting for Blakeley: Book Formatting Tips

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

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