A writer’s podcast is a great way to stay abreast of industry changes and trends in writing, publishing, and marketing. Scifi romance author Keri Kruspe shares with us her favorite writer’s podcasts and new ones to investigate.
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Novelist Keri Kruspe shares about cybercrime, especially in regards to your bank account or credit cards, and especially about phishing and ransomware.
Scifi romance author Keri Kruspe shares her reflections on her first year of being published — the results, accomplishments, lessons learned.
Writer Burnout – Not too long ago I sat at my computer and stared at the proverbial blinking cursor. It wasn’t the writer’s block that had me frozen; it was an unfamiliar feeling of indecision. “What do I do?”
Having admitted my mistakes and oopsies in launching my writers’ career, it’s only fair I switch gears and talk about what I felt I’ve done right.
Now that Keri Kruspe has gotten more than six months of being an indie author under her belt, she takes a step back to see what (if anything) she would have done differently to start her publishing career.
As I stated in my previous article, I promised to instruct you how to put an Amazon Ad in place. Before I do, here are links I can recommend that can give you more in-depth instructions:
Let’s welcome back monthly columnist Keri Kruspe as she shares with us “DO AD’S ADD UP? My experience in jumping into the “Advertising” game.” Enjoy!
In my first article, I went through various software/tool options I’ve used to launch my writer’s career that cost money. As promised, here’s the fun stuff… freebies!
SO, YOU’RE A PUBLISHED AUTHOR. HOW’S THAT GOIN’ FOR YA? Whew…it’s been a busy month and a half since I launched by debut novel in the middle of October.
As part of my wrap up for 2018, I want to thank all my Writer’s Fun Zone guest writers for past year. Thank you! Thank you for your sharing your passion with us! I’ve...
OH NO! My novel is loose in the universe. Well, I did it. I launched my debut novel in October of 2018. Softly…slowly and with little fanfare.