Nothing sinks a submission faster than sending commercial work to a literary venue or sending literary work to a commercial venue. But how is a writer to determine if her or his voice is literary or commercial? And why does defining your voice matter? And what do we mean, precisely, by literary and commercial?
Ready for another Monday Marketing post? Today I'm talking about something simple yet effective; using your email signature for your marketing. Not all marketing ideas have to be big. Sometimes the small, simple ones can be pretty effective.
This week's guest post is an interview with my friend and writer, the lovely Jayne Denker, author of Your New Best Friend. Enjoy!
This week's guest poster is the lovely Sandie Docker who discusses being a writer. Enjoy 🙂
Being a writer has its ups and downs. In fact, it's probably why writers (and other creative types) often have to live with riding the excessive emotional roller-coaster that comes from straddling reality and fantasy. I don't think people choose to be writers. They either are or they aren't. So, if you are feeling the pull drawing you to becoming a writer, here are some thoughts about it from me.