As a debut author, asking for blurbs isn’t difficult so much as it is just painful. Here’s how I went about it in 4 (mostly easy) steps.
I love Scrivener’s Word Count tracker. With just a few clicks you set writing goals that work with your writing schedule to help you meet your own specific writing goals.
It can be scary to ask for things, no doubt, but you have to get over it. Take a deep breath and ask for what you want. Straight forward and unmistakable. Just ask.
Publisher’s Marketplace launched it’s winter 2019-2020 edition of their Buzz Books publication and I am so excited to share that my book, 142 Ostriches, was selected to be included.
There are a lot of things the first page of your novel needs to do, and lot of ways it can go wrong. Here are 5 attributes to strive for, and 4 to avoid.
My favorite of Adam Grant’s ideas on original thinking: Being quick to start, but slow to finish can boost your creativity.