There is a time to write and there is a time to rest. Have you ever sat in front of your computer in the middle of the night to write “a little bit more” before getting in bed? Tell the truth. I most certainly have. In fact, I recall a night when I told myselfContinue reading “Writers, take a break.”
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Why you should visit your local library
When I was a young girl, I absolutely loved visiting my local library. We didn’t visit very often, but whenever I went, I was smitten by the smell of books. Our city library was pretty small, but later as a new college student, I was able to use Xavier University’s library to do research becauseContinue reading “Why you should visit your local library”
How to (and should you) write a book in 30 days
Let me start today’s post with a question. How many of you have noticed how fast people want things finished? Leave a comment below if you notice the same thing. Seriously– my observation is that we are living in a very fast-paced time. Just look at shows like “Married at First Sight” which is aContinue reading “How to (and should you) write a book in 30 days”
Five words of comfort for writers of memoirs
I’ve always believed that it takes an incredible amount of courage to share your personal story. Sometimes, the challenges and traumatic experiences we’ve encountered are often hidden and they remain that way until we address them either through counseling or unintentionally. When a person decides they want to write their story in a book, theyContinue reading “Five words of comfort for writers of memoirs”
Is your work-in-progress culturally relevant?
I had a great conversation with my sister yesterday morning. She hadn’t seen the new Fresh Prince of Belair– the reboot of the popular 90s sitcom that starred mega superstar Will Smith. The original Fresh Prince was a show we watched religiously. I recall grabbing the remote control, flopping on the edge of my bed,Continue reading “Is your work-in-progress culturally relevant?”
How to write a book for your business
Books provide more than magical escapes to fantasy islands and chilling thrillers that you can’t put down. Books also help business owners create another avenue of income.
Book Marketing and Book Publicity Services
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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Can I use social media content to write a book?
The short answer is yes. It’s simple; content is content. It doesn’t matter what type of program you use to write it. If you have consistently used social media (ex: Facebook, Instagram) to expound on a topic of your interest, you can use it to construct your book.