Four More Marketing Tips for Authors

Happy Friday! I know I already posted content today, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t tell you about the second part of the marketing series I wrote for my friend and fellow writer, Sue Coletta. Earlier this week at her site, we discussed these eight items: Author Identity Online Presence Writing Stellar Content BookContinue reading “Four More Marketing Tips for Authors”

Eight Marketing Tips for Authors

Ciao, everyone. It gives me great pleasure to be able to share my lessons-learned with others. When bestselling author Sue Coletta asked me to talk to her readers about marketing, I was honored at the invitation and happy to do so. You can find me at Sue’s site today for part one of a seriesContinue reading “Eight Marketing Tips for Authors”

What Your Author Website is Likely Missing, Pt. 1

Over at Story Empire today, we’re discussing an important and often neglected aspect of the author website. I’ll give you a hint—it’s something that is tremendously helpful for marketing, and almost no authors take advantage of it. Curious? Please go check it out by clicking here. And leave a comment; we’d love to know whatContinue reading “What Your Author Website is Likely Missing, Pt. 1”

Curated Content

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! I’m part Irish, so you know I’ve got my green on. I hope you’re wearing green so you don’t get pinched. I also hope you take a minute to visit Story Empire today. There’s a great post with a list of articles for writers. The best of the best this week hadContinue reading “Curated Content”

Curated Content 3 March 2017

Originally posted on Story Empire:
Hi, SEers. Happy Friday! We’re trying something new for you. Instead of our own opinions or a reblog here and there, we’re giving you links to valuable content we found this week. Below you’ll find tips from experts like James Scott Bell, Kristen Lamb, Chandler Bolt, and more. We hope…

Multiple Fiction Genres and a Guest Post

When I worked in the corporate sector, I was a bit of a corporate identity expert. Today, we know that niche as BRANDING. Essentially, it’s a matter of making sure anything you put out (in the corporate world, that means mailers, brochures, letters, user manuals, etc.) is easily and immediately identifiable as belonging to you.Continue reading “Multiple Fiction Genres and a Guest Post”

10 Questions to Ask Yourself to Improve Your Writing

If you’re a frequent visitor to this blog, then you know I’m a writer, and occasionally I try to pass on bits of advice to help other writers in their craft. Sometimes it’s in the form of a story from my personal life, other times it’s just a straight up blog post with information. TodayContinue reading “10 Questions to Ask Yourself to Improve Your Writing”

45th Annual Ozark Creative Writers Conference

I spent the weekend in Eureka Springs, Arkansas learning about writing, publishing, and platforming at a fabulous writers conference put on by Ozark Creative Writers. This was their forty-fifth annual conference, and while it was my first time in attendance, I can’t imagine they’d ever put on a better one. Thursday evening began with PresidentContinue reading “45th Annual Ozark Creative Writers Conference”