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I just saw someone post on one of the writing forums that they’d chosen to list their self-published how-to book only on their website because they were following someone else’s advice about not giving up their profits by listing on … Continue reading
Decide to buy a house in a hot real estate market. Not something I’d recommend for the faint of heart. Writing is being severely impacted and blogging is secondary to that. So, see you once this all settles out.
It came up on one of the writing forums today: why do writers blog about writing? Good question. For me I think it’s because it lets me talk and show my personality without subjecting people to the boredom of my … Continue reading
Chuck Wendig, as usual, has a fantastic post up at his blog at the moment: Why It’s Important To Finish Your Shit It’s worth the read, if for nothing else than this line: “I mean, c’mon. Prone-position face-pie? Delicious. Amazing. Transformative.” … Continue reading
Chuck Wendig had a post this week about those moments when you’re writing that you suddenly decide your book is awful. It happens to all of us. (At least, that’s what I tell myself.) With the first novel, it was … Continue reading
If you try it long enough you’ll realize that this writing thing is HARD. You’ll see books that you think are crap get published while you keep getting rejection letters. You’ll have friends or family who promise to read your … Continue reading
(“Things”, huh? Yeah, I’m a writer who knows how to use words…haha.) So, I just finished final edits on a story that I think is really, really strong. As strong as the one that keeps getting all those damned personal … Continue reading
This is a “do as I say, not as I do” post, because I’m generally terrible about marketing things. But I know when things don’t work.