It's time for another Marketing-leaning episode and since we often see people talking about using social media as authors, today we ask: "Which Social Media Platform Is Best For Writers?"
Today, Rachel and I talk about how we start writing on novels, specificially where we start. Everyone approaches writing differently, so: "Where Do You Start When Writing Your Novel?"
Today I am pleased to welcome author Paula Sheridan to my blog. Paula's article shares excellent insights into ways you can help your book win awards.
So what else should two of the least romantic-inclined people do when Valentine's Day is coming up? Do an episode where we ask questions all about love, of course!! So today's question is: "Cupid's Book Lover Tag For Valentine's Day"
It's the first Friday of February so that means, time to recap January's monthly goals and then lay out my goals and plans for this shiny new month!
Oops! Sorry guys, I set this post up and then... forgot to schedule it! Oh well, better late than never. On today's yesterday's podcast episode, it's all about names! As writers we deal with names all the time, our names (real or pen name) but also names in our stories - character names, place names, name of our book. So today's question is: "How Do You Come Up With Names In Your Book?"
It's Podcast day and we are talking all about inspiration. Rachel and I share our own details of what has inspired our writing and specifically some of our manuscripts. Share with us your answers as we ask: "What Has Inspired Your Writing?"
You can't turn around without being told you need to be on social media, that it's the best place to connect with your readers and potential readers! But just how do you get that all important following! After all, there are millions of users on each platform so that makes it harder to be found in the sea of voices. We break down our tips for doing just that. "How Do You Build A Following On Social Media?"
It's Wednesday, so that means time for our weekly writing podcast! Today's episode was suggested by listener Marty Vee. Apologies for taking so long before we got to this topic. Marty's question was: "What Do You Do When You Hit A Roadblock In Your Novel?"
Let's start the year off strong and for me that means making goals. Goals should move you forward. You start with a few yearly goals, then break them down over the months to make it easier to manage. January is the perfect time to consider your Yearly Goals (which I did in last week's post). From there, I've created my first set of monthly goals for the year.