I live to create, whether I’m making stories or paintings or various other types of projects. For me the act of creation is vital to life. Without it I lack energy, motivation, and find it very hard to be happy. But sometimes I push myself too hard and that’s when burnout threatens.
If you’re one of the participants in JuNoWriMo, writing 50,000 words in 30 days, you know that the end of the month is closing in. We have only 9 days left! I hope your writing is right on track, but if you’re a little behind, don’t lose hope yet! There’s still time to pick up that[…]
Today I have a special guest. The lovely and talented Cynthia Morris shares some tips on how to get back into your groove as a writer. Enjoy! ~ You know the feeling – you’re writing regularly, feeling the flow of your unique writing impulse. You’re making headway on your project and you feel gooood. Then[…]
The digital era is changing the face of publishing. You hear that all the time, right? Traditional publishing houses are dying out. A new marketplace surging with indie authors and e-books is the turbulent ocean trying to sink that very old ship. And right now we’re in the murkiest, most volatile of waters. It’s a[…]
The more I learn about what it takes for an author (especially an indie published one) to get his or her name out there, the more I realize how vital marketing is. Especially within the online community. The bad news is, this kind of marketing takes a lot of time. The good news is, it’s mostly[…]