If you follow me on Instagram, you may have noticed that over the last 14 or so weeks, my feed looks different that in used to. There is a little more cohesion, an overall style and colour scheme that repeats and I've actually managed to maintain that!
Happy Wednesday, everyone. Today's podcast episode is all about pictures! As Rachel and I ask and answer: "Should You Add Pictures Into Your Book?"
As the weather get's warmer, I like to continue my "spring cleaning" by moving from actual cleaning to more keeping on top of specific things. This is a good annual OOT (I know technically because I do it once a year, it's not an OOT, but it's close enough!)
It's podcast time again and Rachel and I have been talking about killing our darlings! That's right, it's time to talk about killing off characters (and other ways you can remove them...but mostly killing them off.) We ask and answer: "How Can You Creatively Get Rid Of Characters?"
I'm feeling frazzled to the bone. So rather than rush a blog post, I'm going to take a short break...
It's time for another podcast and today we are looking at whether it's a good idea to let family and close friends read our manuscripts. Do you agree with our thoughts? Let us know as we ask and answer: "Should You Let Family And Friends Read Your Manuscript?"
It's goal time once again. April was a whirlwind we didn't fully expect and actually I have a week during this month when my family will be visiting so I technically have to get all these done in just 3 weeks. *cracks knuckles* Let's do this!
Today, we welcome onto the podcast, special guest author Sacha Black! Sacha is in the hot seat as we discuss writing craft books and she shares her tips: "What Are Some Tips For Writing Craft Books?"
If you saw my A Writerly Update post or received my latest newsletter, you will have noticed I talked about a Collab Project with other writers. Check out the details below to see if this collaboration project is something you'd like to join!
Happy Wednesday, people! We are back with a marketing episode as today on the podcast we ask and answer: "Should You Offer Your Books For Free?"