Productivity

October 22, 2017
writing success

The Scheduled Writer: The First Step Towards Writing Success

Michael Hyatt, well-known publishing professional, writer, and leadership guru says, “What gets scheduled, gets done.” He couldn’t be more right, especially as it relates to writing […]
August 6, 2017
head space

Head Space: Making Room for Your Next Big Idea

It’s no secret you have to make room in your life for what you want. New clothes are lost in an overstuffed closet. Artwork displayed cheek-by-jowl […]
May 7, 2017
writing productivity

Using These Every Week Can Increase Your Writing Productivity

Is your writing productivity the pits? Are you working on a writing project you feel is never going to get finished? If it’s possible to rule a […]
April 27, 2017
your writing career

Nix This Word and Watch Your Writing Career Skyrocket

Did you know you can change the course of your writing career by removing one word from your vocabulary? Sounds too good to be true, but […]
April 17, 2017

How Trying to Get Published is Keeping You From Writing Success

Besides being cute and cuddly in an uncoventional way, Yoda, the Grand Master of the Jedi Order, has words of wisdom for everyone, even us writers. Famously, […]
February 27, 2017
bad review

What to Do With A Bad Review?

Bad reviews — every author gets one eventually. I didn’t expect to get one so soon, and so, well…bad. I have just published my first fiction […]
February 20, 2017
first launch salt in the blood

My First Launch: By The Numbers

In this post series, I’m giving you a brief look into my first launch as an indie writer. As you can imagine, it required more hands-on work than traditional […]
February 12, 2017
horror fiction book launch salt in the blood

Inside My Indie Book Launch: Part Two

For those of you who haven’t experienced an indie book launch, yet, here’s a more in-depth peek into mine. When you’re ready to launch your book, take a page from […]
January 22, 2017
getting things done

Getting Things Done: For Writers

Getting things done is a critical element to your success as a writer. The better you are at conation (a fancy word for the art of […]
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