Every marketing professional will tell you to use images with your social media. Here are 9 tools to help you do that!
Task management. This is a necessary evil. Here are our top 10 tips and tricks to help you be as efficient as possible while you’re working through all those tasks, to-do lists, chores, and obligations!
An excerpt is a tool to help readers find your book. Here are tips on choosing the best excerpt to hook those readers!
What little indicators of lazy writing do you use? A simple search can help you track these down and revise.
Media kits are easy to assemble and save authors time when communicating with reviewers, bloggers, journalists, and other marketing folks. Here's how to make one--including a free template!
A logo is an often overlooked aspect of an author's branding. Every author should have a logo, and many don't. When choosing/designing a logo, as an author, here are some tips to consider.
After 1 year of posting lines from The Princess Bride script, one author has learned several lessons to apply to her own writing.
Setting goals as an author is important. Let me repeat...this is an important exercise every author should take the time to do and most don't. Top achievers in ALL fields all set goals. Goals help you focus, move you forward, motivate you to achieve, help you to organize your time and resources, hold you accountable, help you believe in yourself, and get you closer to your dreams.
Hi All! We are taking this week off our normal blogging schedule in order to spend quality time with our family and friends this holiday season. We'll be back to our regularly scheduled program next week talking about New Year's planning! From us to you...we hope you have a very merry Christmas and a happy … Continue reading Taking the Week Off
An effective editing technique when it comes to editing for content/plot is to ask questions. Seems simple, right? But many authors and beta readers don't do this enough. You'll be surprised at what you can catch!