Lindsay Cross Why did I decide to write? I’m sure that just as many authors ponder this question as know the answer. Some started because they knew that was their calling. What they were meant to do. Others still came to writing in a more round about way stumbling into the business of writing. My… Continue reading Why did I Decide to Write – Lindsay Cross
I have a love/hate relationship with Facebook. On the one hand, I love having a hotline to news about everyone. I can interact with friends (and strangers if I choose). People put their opinions out there boldly. It’s a TMI party and more fun and controversial than an episode of The Bachelor. On the other hand,… Continue reading Fine-Tuning the Facebook Ad ~ Brinda Berry
By Jen Holman As a pre-published author, I find myself fairly insecure about my writing process, my characters, my plot, my future, and, oh, just about everything to do with writing as a whole. While I know beyond a shadow of doubt that writing is something I must do, beginning my career (?) as an… Continue reading Am I a Writer? – Jen Holman
Voirey Linger I vividly remember the early writing days and constantly wondering if I was doing this writing thing right. The only thing I knew to do was open a document and start typing. I looked for reassurance and guidance from writing groups, looked at workshops, was overwhelmed by all the information out there about… Continue reading Dear New Author, You’re Doing It Right
Mailchimp is an email marketing software many authors use. For several years now, I’ve used the online program to send out my blog posts. I can automatically email my blog subscribers according to a schedule I select. I also can see how many readers open the email as well as click on a link within… Continue reading Brinda Monkeys Around with MailChimp
My goal for this week is to entice readers to pick up a copy of my new release CHASING LUCK. This isn’t my first book. You’d think I would have a marketing plan ready to roll. The truth is this. There aren’t enough hours in the day for me to execute all the grand ideas… Continue reading Advertising the Goods by Brinda Berry
When I was younger, I was a big roller coaster fan. My brother and I used to spend a day at Six Flags doing nothing but running from one coaster to the next. When my kids hit the daredevil stage, I was right there in line with them, willing and able to ride the tallest,… Continue reading Thrilled, but vaguely nauseous. Thanks for asking….