Note: I originally wrote this article for my annual changes in publishing post on Romancing the Genres that I’ve written every year for a decade. It published December 5, 2020. I’ve made some changes to that article, particularly in the
Our Live courses have been filling quickly in September and October. I’m so happy that people are loving the small class size of only seven participants. Based on the first three classes I offered, I think it’s the perfect size.
It’s been a long while since I’ve written a blog posts for writers. There are a thousand reasons I haven’t been posting, but I won’t bore you with them here. Some people thrive when the world is in chaos and
Every writer has certain software tools that she depends on to make her life easier. The ten tools below are my choices. I’m picky about software that works for the way both my creative brain and business brain work. For
One of the first things you are told to do for your writing business is to set up an email list of readers. I talked about why writers need an email list in a previous article.
Everyone has ideas about what works for getting more sales, more readers, and more engagement. It is rare that someone shares where they’ve failed. I’ve tried a lot of things over the past eight years