Tag: books

Writing Groove

I’m back! (I never actually went anywhere. Though my blank word documents hint that I got abducted by demon fairies and they decided to put me back where they  found me.) For someone with a busy schedule finding writing time is hard, but you… Continue Reading “Writing Groove”

Failure 

My first book signing was a few days ago. I have to say, the experience was incredibly rewarding. As it was supposed to be. I met a lot of kind people, and took the signing as a learning experience. When I started out wanting… Continue Reading “Failure “

Avoiding Writer Norms

Rule #1 of being a writer: There are no rules. A lot people get hung up on the he said she said version of writing. Stop talking and write. Let me tell you, no name and such are still going to be waiting with… Continue Reading “Avoiding Writer Norms”

Accepting Criticism

The fear someone can experience from hearing someone critique their work is out of this world. But if you want to make it in the world of Indie authors, grow the hide of an alligator and prevent yourself from shedding it like a snake.… Continue Reading “Accepting Criticism”

Writing for Exposure vs Writing for Enjoyment

This topic can be touchy. Everyone has a different perspective on it. Whether they’ve had success in the writing universe or not. I have my own opinion. Whether others listen that’s their choice. Or if they are listening, it’s the questions of importance. Did they… Continue Reading “Writing for Exposure vs Writing for Enjoyment”

Publishing

Being an author is not a walk in the park. That is if you want to be successful.  Being a writer IS a job. It takes a lot of work if you want to show the world what you have to offer.  There’s a… Continue Reading “Publishing”