It is commonplace for new writers to be protective of their work. And there’s nothing wrong with that… except that it robs a writer of opportunities to improve their craft and story. Feedback from peers and mentors is invaluable, especially in the early stages of your writing career. When you open your work up to […]Read More
I get that authors are busy… but so is everyone else. We all have 24hrs in a day, and if you as an author can’t make time for someone who has taken their time to contact you after spending their time reading your book, then at least hire or assign someone (PR Manager) to do […]Read More
The number one reason readers buy books is because they know the author. This doesn’t always mean the reader is a friend of the author. Sometimes, the reader may have read other books by the author, heard them speak or interviewed on a podcast, radio or television. They might have visited the author’s blog or […]Read More
“…And one sunny spring morning, I awoke to find my glasses missing a screw.” *** To all those who wear glasses… you know what it’s like when your glasses just don’t sit right. For those fortunate enough to never experience such discomfort, wearing glasses that don’t sit right can be really frustrating, especially when you’re […]Read More
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