Writing prompts are an excellent tool for writers of all levels who are seeking inspiration or struggling with writer’s block. Prompts offer a starting point, a direction, or a theme for creative writing, which can lead to unexpected and exciting places. They can help to expand the writer’s vocabulary and imagination, as well as developContinue reading “The benefits of using writing prompts”
A writer’s life consists of many things, like determining the best way to outline your manuscript and staying focused. We face rejection; we practice commitment while strategizing ways to sell copies of our books. It can be a full-time job. In fact, for many writers, it is. So another task to add to your ever-increasing to-do list is locatingContinue reading “Our top five places to write”
If you have ever made an attempt to become traditionally published, you may have experienced rejection from literary agents. If you self-published your book and received negative reviews, you may feel rejected by readers. If you’ve sought support from family and friends and only received a few smiles and a couple pats on your back,Continue reading “[Blog] Overcome rejection and press forward”
I’ve worked with new authors for many years and I’ve observed one challenge that most of them face– asking their friends and family to support their new book. “I don’t want to be too pushy.” “I don’t want to be a bother.” “I don’t think my family will support me and my book.” I understandContinue reading “How to confidently ask friends to support your book”
I remember feeling a lot of excitement, anxiety and uncertainty when I first became an author. I wasn’t sure how I was going to sell books. Through another friend, I met a book publicist, but I couldn’t afford to hire her. I quickly realized I was on my own and had to learn the hard way.
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