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Weekend Edition - Writing When You Don't Feel Creative plus Good Reads and Writing Tips

Writing from the Gray Space

I had an entirely different post planned for today. I outlined it while watching my daughter ride, jotting notes during the down time between jumps and canters. 1,716 more words

Inspiration

Weekend Edition - Spring Cleaning Makes Writing Easier Plus Good Reads and Writing Tips

How Spring Cleaning Helps You Write

So, yesterday was the first, official day of spring.

It didn’t much feel like it around here, with temps hovering around freezing and gray skies hiding the solar eclipse from view. 1,444 more words

Inspiration

Marketing is all about building relationships

You have a business and you want it to grow, so you know you have to make contacts and turn them into connections that lead to business growth. 437 more words

Marketing

Goals and the Working Writer.

Earlier this year, Cara McKenna wrote a blog post over at Wonk-o-mance entitled The Last Taboo, What one Writer Earns. In the post, she reveals that after 6 years of being published (six writing), she has finally accomplished her goal of earning in a year the same annual salary she made as a full-time graphic designer. 541 more words

Blogging

Is Multitasking a Way to Be More Productive?

Multitasking – it’s a method of working that easily divides an audience: folks seem to embrace it or run from it.

Do you find multitasking productive? 305 more words

Productivity

Beta Readers

In the video below, Janet Syas Nitsick and I talk about beta readers.  I’m also writing down the main points below for your convenience.

A beta reader is a person who reads your book before it’s published.   584 more words

General Writing