All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘career’

Genre Swapping

It has been said that a certain, well-loved sci-fi franchise is really nothing more than a western in space. One …

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Taking stock of the year

So, how has this year treated you? Did you accomplish everything you’d hoped? Have you thought about your goals for …

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New around here?

Welcome to the most awesome writing site you’ll find on the Internet! OK, I admit to having a bias. But …

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Pirates!

Every author wants people to read their work. That’s a given. But what if people are reading your work, but …

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Tips?

You see it all the time in music. In fact, it’s a time-honored tradition. Playing for tips. Sometimes bars offer …

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Your Character’s Career

Unless they plan to write about a very limited spectrum of ideas and experiences, one thing every writer needs to …

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Arranging for authors

One of the most important aspects of publishing your own work is making sure your book looks like a professional …

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Selling Yourself Short

Publishing. It’s the primary goal of (almost) every writer. The current wisdom in the self-publishing world in particular says that …

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More than a flash in the pan

Two years ago, Holly had a vision to help new authors develop a publishing strategy that could be launched in …

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Airing Out Self Doubt

Once in a while a writer will look up from her work and want to take stock of how far …

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