Discover your "tendency" to unlock your writing productivity
How to Refill Your Creative Cup
How are you at following through on expectations? Either those you put on yourself or those other have of you? More to the point for our purposes, how are you at getting your writing and your author marketing done?
I recently discovered something that has made all the difference for me in terms of understand how different people meet or don’t meet their writing and marketing goals.
Two Books to Help You Deal with Fear as an Author
Maybe when you sit down to write and absolutely nothing happens. Maybe you can’t even get yourself to sit down to write at all. You tell yourself you don’t have any ideas. You need to wait for inspiration, then you’ll be able to get to work.
Your creative cup is empty. It’s been drained like a cup of espresso after a sleepless night and you don’t know how to fill it up again.
How to Turn the Author Platform You Have Into the Author Platform You Need
Whether we’re trying to get our writing done or trying to get our (finally done!) writing into the world, fear is the writer’s biggest obstacle.
But fear doesn’t have to be a creativity killer. With some self-awareness and courage, we can push through and do our work in the face of fear.
How to Grow Your Author Platform While Doing NaNoWriMo
When it comes to selling books, some types of platforms are better than others. Learn the best type of platform and how to convert your existing one.
Step One of Building Your Author Platform
No matter what your reason for doing NaNo, if you’re serious about your writing career and building an audience for your work, you can use your NaNo experience to help you grow author platform.
There is SO much confusion — and straight up misinformation — around the topic of book marketing. Every week it seems there’s some tactic that’s supposed to sell a bazillon books but when you try it...nothing much happens. It makes it hard to know where to focus your marketing time and energy, doesn’t it? Kinda makes you want to give up on marketing altogether and just worry about writing your books, huh?