Welcome back, people! It’s Monday and for those of you who follow this blog regularly, you know that means it’s Monday Marketing time!
Today I want to discuss the importance of taking the time to create a marketing timeline for yourself.
A quick reminder that all my marketing posts can be found in my Tutorial List so easy access 🙂
It’s Wednesday, so time for another guest post! Today we welcome author Kelly S Marsden to the blog, where she discusses audiobooks and why you might want to consider publishing them. Enjoy!
I’m back with another World Builder article. So far I’ve already covered several topics including landscapes, races, habitats, transport and more. So today’s topic is about creating an economy in your world and what aspects you might want to consider.
My friend and author Matthew J Mimnaugh has once again agreed to guest post on this blog. Enjoy!
Writing is often considered a lonely profession, and while it’s true that it’s a solitary task, it does not have to be lonesome. Even a socially-awkward, highly-anxiety-ridden person like myself, can make connections within the writing community.
This week’s wonderful guest is my friend and fellow writer, Ryan Mitsui who discusses his method of constructing fight scenes in a novel. Enjoy 🙂
This week’s guest poster is the lovely Courtney N C Stone who discusses the concept of writing your emotions. Enjoy!
Well as we slink towards the end of 2017, I thought I would do a wrap up as way of a last blog post for the year.
[ Life ]
The year started badly when my sister went into a coma. Followed shortly after by another family member going missing. Thankfully my sister recovered and the family member was found.
Then there was the closing of my office, meaning I was out of a job. Definitely put a crimp in my plans since suddenly money became tight.
That was followed with a “Bold Move” plan were we decided to leave England and move to Northern Ireland.
We are still coming to terms with the change, but we have plans to get us where we want to be and we are trying to stick to them.
Sadly the year ended badly when we had to say goodbye to our beloved cat Marvel. She was over 16 years old, had hyperthyroidism and had recently developed a heart problem.
She took a bad turn last Saturday and was rushed to the vets, were we had to make the heart-breaking decision to let her go. Both myself and my partner were with her at the end, which we are truly grateful for but her passing has left us hollow.
It’s Tuesday, so that means Guest post time. This week’s poster is the lovely Isla Dennes, Author of Sex, Spoons & Salsa. Enjoy!
“When I am a rich man (writer)”
by Isla Dennes
Fiddler on the Roof has a lot to answer to! As a ten year old sitting in the school hall listening to my brother’s debut musical performance as Tevye, I had no illusions of grandeur, no grand plans for world domination. Life was simple.
Now a writer, note the omission of “rich”, my ambitions have matured along with my age. I have finally succeeded in securing my second publishing contract. Yes, I am thrilled, delighted, my fragile ego and struggling self-esteem have finally been publicly acknowledged, that yes I am a bona-fide author and not just a wannabe scribbler!