Category Archives for "Guest Blog Post"
by Roxanne Rhoads Promotion- it’s a bad word for many authors…downright evil… but a necessary evil. A small percentage of authors revel in the spotlight and have no problem talking, promoting, and selling. But most of us…well we’d rather be writing. And not writing about our books or ourselves, just writing the books. What happened […]Continue reading
by P.C. Zick Dialogue in fiction is essential, and good dialogue is crucial. Nothing kills a book for me like poor dialogue. The plot might be intriguing, the characters worth getting to know, and the setting gorgeous, but if the dialogue is stilted and poorly executed, I’m ready to put the book down. I want […]Continue reading
by Ashley Fontainne No, it’s not a typo. That’s deals, plural. I am beyond thrilled to officially announce the Option Agreement for the Eviscerating the Snake trilogy is completed and the ink dry. The three screenplays for Accountable to None, Zero Balance and Adjusting Journal Entries are currently underway. I am still in shock! In […]Continue reading
by Hayley Clarke Nice catchy title, and oh so true in my case. (Case in point – me writing this blog post is a good example – I should be finishing Winter’s Magic). I also have a horrible habit of going off topic, (yet another symptom of procrastination), so I’ll try my hardest not to […]Continue reading
by Cherry-Ann Carew Every savvy solo/entrepreneur knows the importance of increasing the lifetime value of their customers, since it’s easier to sell to previous buyers than it is to get new ones, and the sensible way to do so is to create multiple items that fit their needs. Producing information products enables you to take […]Continue reading