Maggie Wells · Margaret Ethridge · procrastination

Mags for President of the Procrastination Nation

I started a new manuscript this week. Some authors get really excited about a new start. I’m not one of them. It isn’t that I don’t know what to write—the synopsis is detailed, the story already sold. The opening scenes are clear in my head. I just…I always feel like I don’t know my characters… Continue reading Mags for President of the Procrastination Nation

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Self-Publishing Lessons Learned by Jen Crane

I’ve mentioned before that my first two books will release October 6th. I’m self-publishing and loving it, though the mountains of new information and abilities I’ve gained in this process cannot be overstated. From typing those first words into Scrivener to uploading to CreateSpace, there are a million processes in between. Also a million rookie… Continue reading Self-Publishing Lessons Learned by Jen Crane

D. T. Dyllin · writing advice

Ummm… I did NOT write that, did I? ~ D.T. Dyllin

  Recently, spurred by nostalgia brought on by my first post here last month, I revisited my first book series, The P.J. Stone Gates Trilogy. This series brought so many amazing people into my life that I couldn’t even begin to list them all here. So I won’t for fear of leaving someone out. I… Continue reading Ummm… I did NOT write that, did I? ~ D.T. Dyllin

Megan Mitcham · self-publishing

Megan Mitcham — To Free or Not to Free…

Yep, that’s the question. Picture this. You wrestle your kids into clothes, strap them into the car, and drive to your local supermarket. Park. Drag the kids kicking and screaming into the front door, grab a cart, search the depth of your purse like a braille book for your immense grocery list, which, yes, still… Continue reading Megan Mitcham — To Free or Not to Free…