It’s traditionally a faux pas to harshly review the books of fellow authors in your genre, and I felt like discussing why that might not be a great idea.
I’ve made it pretty clear that I hope to be a published author, but there’s a lot more that goes into that than simply writing a book. Or maybe I’m overthinking things.
Creativity is a lie and ideas are cheap. Welcome to a Brave New World.
I’m publishing a book next year, and it comes with it some complicated decisions. Do I follow my inner artist? Or my budding entrepreneur?
Taking my first steps into entrepreneurship, I wanted to take a look at some common practices, and discuss the ethics and the sort of ethos I want to embrace with my own business.
It’s 2019 and writer’s have options. You don’t have to slog through the query trenches or spend thousands on self-publishing. Now you can do both! Here’s why I decided that becoming a hybrid author was the best fit for me.
After an injury derailed my writing marathon, I had some time to think about how best to schedule my time and made some new plans for my future in publishing.
A brief analysis of my writing journey and how much you need to write before you can call yourself competent.