It’s a little late this time around. I originally planned to put one up Wednesday, but as they say, better late than never. Here is your weekly writing prompt! Continue reading
Here’s an interesting debate I think all scribblers face. I have been thinking about recently and so, I decided to share my thoughts with you. I hope you find this informative.
What’s better, free writing or outlining? Continue reading
My interview with Rainy Kaye, on her website Rainy of the Dark. If you’re a fan, and interested in knowing more about me, the reason I right, and some of my personal opinions, then you will love this interview.
While you’re there, be sure to check out the rest of the website. Rainy Kaye is a talented and highly entertaining author. and her site is no different. You can see information on her book ‘Summoned’, as well as read other Author Interviews, Character VS Author interviews, and more, from some of your favorite titles. I’m sure you will enjoy yourself.
Be sure to check out the interview, and like and share the post so that more fans of the work may see it. Word of mouth is the most powerful form of advertising that there is.
Thanks for the support everyone! Hope you all had a wonderful New Year, and all the best for 2015!
Check out the link here: http://www.rainyofthedark.com/2014/12/29/9710/
Annoying Messages Indie Authors Receive:
“I would LOVE to share your book with my one million followers! Message me back to find out more!”
Ok…So what’s stopping you? Don’t know where the share button is?
Most Indie authors know, that if you share something, the ones who matter, will share back. If not, then don’t share for them. It’s one of the biggest ways we all network and market books. It’s how most of us meet, and it’s how most of us end up supporting each other.
I am pleased to be promoting this authors post. Author Gunnar Lawrence has become a well known thriller author with his books “The Perfect Day” and “Fair Play”. I saw his post on Facebook just the other day, and was compelled to share it with all of you. I feel that what this Gunnar Lawrence has said is something that all independents need to hear, authors and otherwise.