Authors can supplement their income while they’re writing with freelance work, including proofreading, editing, and blogging.
Marilyn Flower tells us about the BYOB Challenge and how writing blog posts to develop her characters led to eventually publishing a bestselling ebook.
An overview of medium.com to help you decide if this is an avenue to explore. Medium.com can help novelists grow their following and get comfortable blogging.
So, in an unexamined fit of self- improvement, I Googled blogging and yes, found a self-described expert. He offered membership in the master mind program, I could subscribe to his newsletter, I could sign up for a free online class, I could download white papers, I could buy his book.
In this post, learn how much writing you can do in 15 minutes. *** Beth here. Hi! It’s 1:35pm and I sit in a warm cafe drinking tea and staring out the window. Okay,...
Learning the Hard Way – What NOT to do When Designing Your Own Book Cover Model Shoot – by Raina Schell
I’ve always been one of those people that learns the hard way, by doing. I’m also one of those people that says “I can do it myself”. This is what led me to my most recent pitfall.
Have you ever felt it? The burning shame of knowing that you haven’t blogged in ages. When you look in your bag and your notebook is staring at you, all wounded and bereft because you haven’t opened it in a while. You WIP’s protagonist, who you once knew better than you know yourself, is now a distant stranger. You watch wistfully, and with more than a smidgeon of envy, the Facebook posts of writers who are blogging, editing and publishing like the wind. If you have felt such things, then you know what it is to feel it. The shame of the writer, who is not writing.
Finding a blogger who interviews authors in your genre and particular topic allows you to reach your target niche.
Whatever you do with your “About” page, make sure you have one. If someone visits your blog, they’ll want to know who’s behind the writing.