Reaching Out: 4 Ways to Create Astonishing Content Even if You Don’t Consider Yourself to Be a Great Writer

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Building an audience starts with compelling content, but not everyone is the next Shakespeare. Perhaps you even despise writing altogether. That doesn’t mean you have to shelve all your hopes and aspirations of becoming a great entrepreneur. Plenty of successful business owners don’t aren’t great writers either. There are still plenty of ways you can […]

Aspiring Author? Boost Your Chances Of Success With This

When you’re someone that wants to write, it can consume you. You may find that you just have to write. That the process of putting pen to paper (or fingertips to keyboard) is therapeutic to you. Maybe you have these characters in your mind that are bursting to come out? When that’s the case, you […]

What It’s Like to Write “The End” Again

Honestly, it has been a few long years, and it feels like even longer since I have written “The End” on a book, mine or otherwise. In some ways, I was beginning to wonder if I could still do it. By that, I meant carry a story through until the end.  Don’t get me wrong. […]

Writing as a Business: When to Quit Your Day Job Redux

Over the last couple of years, I have had some serious personal life changes and challenges, and that meant a transition from freelance writing full time to a full-time job, a part time job, and then leaving that day job altogether. Part of that had to do with my personal motivation and income, the rest […]

5 Alternative Ways of Getting to Writing Conferences

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Writing conference season has already started, and the big conferences are coming up this spring and into the summer months. If you look around, you will probably find one near you if not in your home town. However, often some of the best conferences are just within driving distance and place where it really is […]

Business 101 for Writers: The Book Cover

So far in this series, we have covered a whole lot of ground. You have written the best book you can, revised it, and now you have hired an editor. Currently, they are working on one of the four rounds of editing your book will go through before a proofreader goes over it one last […]

Business 101 for Writers: A Note About Writer’s Block

So far in this series, you have been introduced to the principles behind writing as a business and we have talked a bit about the first part of the production process: writing some words and how to write more. What about those times when the creativity just doesn’t flow? If you have heard me talk […]