I wrote back in November 2015 that I don’t like free promotions. Well six months later, I’ve changed my mind. Here’s why.
What new novelists (and seasoned ones too, I’ll bet) haven’t thought at least once how nice it would be to have their newest book become a bestseller right off the hop? I know I have.
A while a go I wrote about whether being self-published is the same as being published. The next question I ask myself on a regular basis is: am I a writer? Are you?
After spending months in production and promotion mode, I am finally beginning my second novel. It’s great to get back into it, but will I do things differently?
I advocate writing every day. It’s important. But I also think not writing every once in a while is a good thing too, and here’s why.
I know many people can’t wrap their head around writing a novel. A year ago I was one of them. So many words. But let’s look at it another way.
CreateSpace said that it would take two weeks to deliver my proof copies after ordering them. Guess what was waiting for me after work?
I have gone through my manuscript more times than I care to admit, and I’m happy with where it stands. It’s time to layout the paperback.
My last post dealt with the health benefits of writing, a little bit each day. What about reading? Read on.
It’s only been the last decade or so that I have made writing a constant part of my life. Knowing how good it is for me, I wish I had started sooner.