Do you write the right chord or fill your paragraphs with words that don’t move the story or premise forward because you feel you’ve got to fill up space?
Could the reaching for the holy grail of perfection be really a shield and excuse to not go forward or to complete that book you are currently working on?
There are no guarantees in PR and publicity. Authors scheduled to do a TV program may be bumped when crises or tragedy hits. Here’s how to handle the dreaded unexpected.
Are you sometimes stuck when it comes to adding a title to a blog or article? Would you like to create one with some snap, crackle and pop? Here are three of my favorite tools.
Amazon changed the publishing field and the level of book pollution has gone beyond the stratosphere For authors, getting found has become the eighth wonder of the world.
If you are stymied of what to give to a favorite aunt, or a good friend, something that says, “I’m thinking of you … and put some thought into it.” there is one item where there is “something for everyone one”–it’s a book.
I’ve worked with several clients who have been lured, hooked and now are sinking. The cause: a publishing predator is in their midst, a subsidy publisher.
7 Rules to be Successful as an Author by Judith Briles explains that authors all have an idea of what author success would look and feel like, and offers rules for you to follow to get where you want to be in your vision as a self-published author.
Crowdfunding Success Can Be Yours by Judith Briles explains how to use crowdfunding as an alternative way to bring in money for your book project.
Get Started on Twitter in 7 Simple Steps by Judith Briles documents seven basic steps to help people who are scratching their heads at the beginning of a Twitter journey.