EDIT sorry the article is not coming today, duè to more vet trip and yet another sleepless night, I’m not functioning well enough to rewrite it.
I’ll get it sorted and add it back into my article queue. Thanks for all your support and understanding. Xx
It appears today’s article didn’t save properly, which was why only my draft version notes published… also at the wrong time and on the wrong date. Could it be any more messy!!
Normally, I double check everything however, my cat had to go into surgery and I’ve been dealing with her after care…. and so this got away from me.
Sorry about that. I will try and get the article re-written and uploaded tomorrow.
Thanks for your understanding and patience.
This week’s guest post is the remarkable Cassandra Morgan, author of Prophecy who shares her secrets to jumpstart your writing.
Welcome back to another Monday Marketing post. If you are new to my blog, I (mostly) post Marketing articles on Mondays. You can check out previous ones in my Marketing Section.
This is part of the new series of blog articles called “A Writer’s Guide…”, check out this article by writer Ryan Hickey on Nuclear Submarines.
As writers, we have more to do than just writing. We have to build our brand, develop a platform, connect with potential readers… the list can feel endless. And that is on top of all the normal everyday life stuff such as working, taking care of the family etc.
So, how do you manage to do all those extra tasks that are part and parcel of a writer’s journey?
This week’s guest post is an interview with the wonderful Aurora Jean Alexander, paranormal romance writer and owner of the blog the “Writer’s Treasure Chest”. Enjoy!
This post has been churning in my head for a while. I’ve had a number of writers tell me openly that they want to go traditionally published so they “don’t have to do marketing”.
There are many good reasons to go the traditionally published route, unfortunately, this is not one of them. Gone are the days when a traditionally published author would get to sit back and let the publishing house sort all the marketing.
Continuing with the new A Writer’s Guide… series, check out this article by author Virginia Soenksen on being an Art Historian.
Wednesday is guest poster day and this week’s guest poster is the lovely Tamar Anolic, author of Triumph of a Tsar who discusses choosing her book covers.