Self-Published Authors are Real

Oh yes. I'm feeling a bit ranty this week, which would explain the frequent blogging, I suppose. I've penned similar posts in the past. Hell, you have probably blogged about this too. I think nearly every self-published author has. Well, it's time to say it again: I am self-published and I am a REAL author.  … Continue reading Self-Published Authors are Real

Missed Opportunities

Last week, I discovered a broken link on my blog. This might not sound like a big deal to you, and in reality, it probably isn't - unless my broken link directed a potential reader away from my blog. A broken link can cost you a book sale. It can cost you the opportunity to connect with readers … Continue reading Missed Opportunities

The Best Writing Advice

There's a lot of writing advice out there, some good and some not so good. As writers, we have to pick and choose what works for us. Stephen King has a ton of great writing advice floating around out there, but this particular gem resonated with me this week and helped me overcome some serious barriers … Continue reading The Best Writing Advice

Stop Procrastinating and Write Your Book

As a wife and mom, I've spent the past many years putting others ahead of myself. Kids, of course, always take top priority especially when they're young and depending on mom for everything. Siblings, parents, spouses, and friends - these are people who are important in our lives and who depend on us. There will … Continue reading Stop Procrastinating and Write Your Book

Facebook Etiquette for Authors

Facebook. It can be a fun social tool, an addictive time-sucker, or both. It can also be a useful part of your author platform. If you're like me, you probably didn't come into the world of social media knowing exactly what to do and how to do it. And I'll bet you didn't learn Facebook … Continue reading Facebook Etiquette for Authors