Writer's Fun Zone by Beth Barany
Are you a right-brain entrepreneur, heart-centered professional, or world changer ready to create a sustainable and profitable business? Do you long to make a meaningful difference while making good money? Want insider secrets from...
How do you define success? Author Success For me, I define it as getting to my writing regularly — you know, the butt in chair action, and where the work gets done. That’s the...
Whatever you do with your “About” page, make sure you have one. If someone visits your blog, they’ll want to know who’s behind the writing.
To take the greatest advantage of the technology of the 21st Century a tool some authors are turning to is Kickstarter. Kickstarter is a virtual place where authors, musicians, app developers, inventors and others go to recruit people to support their creative project.
When I first started writing professionally many years ago, I had no idea where to start, or more importantly, what my responsibilities as a writer were.
Artist Entrepreneur: X for X-Rated—The Artist’s Alphabet Guide to Writing About Your Art by Aletta de Wal
There are several types of writing that might keep you from getting ‘A’ rated by your readers.
Author Carol Malone discovers LibraryThing? Today we welcome back author Carol Malone as she shares another amazing aspect of the writing journey – that of getting your book in front of as many people...
Good writing is always honest, whether it’s telling the truth about life, about the world, or about deeply held personal emotions.
Surprising data: I recently attended a workshop where the speaker said that ninety percent of self-publishers sell less than 100 books. Astonishing, if that’s true. Don’t tell that to Amanda Hocking or Dan Poynter!