Category Archives for "Writing & Writers"
I’ve noticed a need for a very basic post for authors and other entrepreneurs on Facebook Profiles, Pages, and Groups, how to tell the difference, what each of them are good and not good for, and how to navigate. I made graphics! A profile is what you end up with as soon as you sign […]Discover More
I’ve got a powerful hack for manifesting your desires FAST, so read on. First: ff there’s something you’re waiting for, something you want to happen in your business or in your life, you’re right where you should be. We are ALL always waiting for something we want to come to us. We are all ALWAYS […]Discover More
This month, August 24th, marks 25 years since the day I got the phone call telling me that a real publisher wanted to give me real money to publish one of my novels. So I thought I’d write a post sharing the most important things I’ve learned during this long haul. Nourish your relationships. Find […]Discover More
I discovered something entirely by accident that, in hindsight, turned out to have been something important. In my post A Hitchhiker’s Guide Through Writers Block, I talked about my plan to map the way for future travelers on this particular path. My approach is to not write again until I feel truly inspired to compose, […]Discover More
Creative blocks can crop up in any field, whether you’re an artist, a storyteller, a race car driver or anything else you can think of. I’m apparently in one now, and that’s going to turn out to be a good thing for all of us. Because I intend to map the way through it. Granted, […]Discover More
It’s been a while since I’ve done a nuts & bolts post for running your creative biz, so I thought this would be a good time to share what I’ve learned about Facebook. I do a really good job on Facebook, in my not so humble opinion. This is first. Create a PAGE. This is […]Discover More
After the big release of HUNTED, the fifth and final book of my romantic suspense series, Shattered Sisters, I was mentally, physically, and spiritually exhausted. But I did what I always do, took a day or two off, and then started the next book. It didn’t work. In fact I was on the verge of […]Discover More