Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

Wow, what a week. I said I'd never use a pen name, but I broke that vow. I'm now working on my second book for a company. I can't talk a lot about it; I'm essentially ghost-writing, although I will market for those books when they're released. The cool thing is, I'm managing to average … Continue reading Author Inspiration and This Week’s Writing Links

Good Riddance, 2017

I've been blogging for several years now. Some years I write a "year in review" post; others I don't. I was going to skip it this year, but a friend and fellow writer (C. S. Boyack) wrote one, as he does every year, and when I read both his post and the comments, I realized … Continue reading Good Riddance, 2017

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 had … Continue reading Curated Content

Curated Content 3 March 2017

Story Empire has a list of 10 blog posts this week dealing with writing, publishing, and marketing. If you’re looking for industry highlights from around the web, check these out.

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Content Curation worldHi, 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 you find these posts as helpful and/or entertaining as we did. Also, in case you missed them, you can find this week’s two Story Empire posts by clicking these links: Droll Definitions by Harmony Kent and What’s in a Name by Joan Hall.

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How to Break into Indie Publishing… One Woman’s Journey

In my last post of 2012, “The Year in Review,” fellow author and blogger Janna Hill commented that 2012 was a journey for her because it was her first year as an indie author. You know me, I’m always interested in hearing about someone else’s path. I immediately asked her if she’d share her story … Continue reading How to Break into Indie Publishing… One Woman’s Journey