Blogs for Self-Publishers, July 7 – 13, 2018 including RJ Clayton, Judith Briles, Victoria Strauss, Brian Jud and Nate Hoffelder
Acknowledgments are usually one of the last items on the book publishing “to do” list … the Thank Yous to the friends, family members, and the team that supported and assisted you in creating your masterpiece. Most books have an Acknowledgment page but do you need one?
Blogs for Self-Publishers, June 2 – 8, 2018 including Anne R. Allen, Lee Foster, David Gaughran, Judith Briles, Jessica Fender, Robert Wood and Amy Collins. Announcement of CreativeLive courses.
Welcome to my world–one that has created book sales that exceed $2,000,000; and generated over $3,000,000 in speaking fees. Yes, you can make money with your ideas, with the words that spill out of your mouth.
Seniors are at a particularly good age for anyone who has dreamt of writing a book to actually do so. And there’s never been a better time for seniors to publish, either.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, May 4 – 11, 2018 including Kristen Lamb, Judith Briles, Nathan Bransford, Ruth Ann Nordin, Melissa Bowersock, Lee Foster and Amy Collins
95% of my books sales came from speaking. How did I get speaking gigs? In part, from sending out old-fashioned snail mail postcards that were all about my books.
The time and energy that goes into of social media can be a royal time suck. Here’s how you can control the time you spend on social media sites.
When you feel drained of words, and what you are now beginning to think of as the “dreaded blog” is due the next day, how about giving yourself a second chance … a Writing Mulligan?
Authoring can be (and is at times) a lonely number. Create an Author Inner Circle that serves as a trusted advisory board … just to you.