Tagged: writer’s life
While it can be difficult to write without the support of family and friends, there are other alternatives, as writer Janelle T. Riley shares.
If you’re stuck on your novel, use journal writing to explore all the questions and trouble spots in a safe place. You may be surprised at the result.
Author Nevada McPherson inspires with her call to be dedicated writers in this confusing never-before-lived age we are in right now.
What happens when ideas for writing the sequel won’t leave you alone as you edit the first novel? Uncover the pros and cons from one creative writer’s perspective. so you can finish what you’re working on now—while looking forward to the next shiny new project!
Scifi romance novelist Keri Kruspe was in for a big surprise when the first book of her new series did take off — at all. “My Book Bombed,” she said. What a surprise! Discover how she started to turn things around in this revealing post.
I Hate to Burst Your Bubble… One Indie Author’s (Un)Realistic Expectations to Success by Keri Kruspe
One indie author shares her unrealistic expectations about achieving success, so we can all learn from her mistakes. She also shares an important tip she’s recently learned.
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.
She experimented with the coaching cliche: what would you do if you could not fail? Then discovered what happened when she did fail.
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?”