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Six Mistakes That Publishers Hate

As an aspiring writer attempting to build a name, you don’t want to irritate publishers. There are many mistakes that publishers hate. Please make sure to avoid the following: 327 more words


Monthly Report: July 2014

July was tough, but not unexpectedly so. There were a few reasons. First, after releasing Book #3 in June, I got almost no work done. This is due to a couple of massively distracting personal dramas as well as packing up and moving to a new state. 326 more words


What to do when you're creatively stuck

Whether you’re bored, stressed, sad, or down with a case of writer’s block — these little tricks will brighten your day and help get you thinking. 340 more words

A Checklist for Considering Writers' Groups

From the good people at AuthorCulture


People have a variety of viewpoints when it comes to belonging to the writer’s group or workshop. 1,106 more words


The Lazy and Impatient Person’s Guide to Self-Publish

As a person who falls under this category and as a self-published author, I have put together all the steps you could possibly need in one simple blog post.  541 more words

The Long Way Home

The Long Way Home is live on Amazon! Woot woot!

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The Long Way Home

Twilah Dunn has it all—an exciting life in Los Angeles and a thriving ad agency she owns with her fiancé. 178 more words


"There's Nothing Else Like It": Why Researching Your Competition Is Essential to Publishing Success

When I ask potential clients about their projects, I often hear, “This is a completely new idea. There is nothing else like it.” This statement brings two thoughts to my mind: 856 more words