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From Newbie to Master---Understanding the Writer's Journey

The mark of a pro is they make whatever we want to do look easy. From running a business to playing guitar to wicked cool Kung Fu moves, masters rarely seem to even break a sweat. 1,426 more words

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Formula for Success #AmWriting #MFRWAuthor

Don’t Quit.

Well, DUH, you say. We already knew that. True. But there’s knowing and there is understanding what you know. And there’s really understanding what we need to know, to achieve success. 385 more words

The Doctrine of the Doers---5 Principles of Achievement

Success has a LOT of common denominators. Whether we want to be an excellent parent, run a thriving business, earn a promotion, have great friendships, become published, lose weight, one day have enough money to build a secret lab in the side of a mountain…? 1,470 more words

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Going Pro---Earning Rhino Skin & Learning Which Opinions Matter

I heard somewhere that, statistically speaking, 10% of people will simply not like us, no matter what we do or how much we try. Whenever we decide to do something remarkable or even just different, this is when we’re most likely to encounter push-back. 1,865 more words

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Hooking the Reader & Sticking the Sale---Formatting Matters

For those who are considering self-publishing, there is an element almost as important as the writing itself, but it’s a bit of an unsung hero. Formatting. 1,231 more words

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Should Authors Write Book Reviews?

A recent blog post has my mind churning.

Kristen Lamb, an author, social media sage, and guru for writers, penned a wonderful article titled “Three NEVERS of Social Media for Writers.” 458 more words

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Meet Keynote Kristen Lamb, Social Media Jedi!

We are truly excited to have this ‘Social Media Jedi’ who is the author of several best-selling books, founder of the WANA movement and has helped hundreds of writers achieve amazing results with her savvy with today’s social media. 2,290 more words

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