In this episode, I'll explain how to get your book into Walmart as an indie author.
Another set of publishing questions from my mom, this time regarding the highly coveted "Bestseller" status.
In this episode, we cover authors' paydays.
If you're an aspiring author (or the parent of an aspiring author) looking for some answers, this post is for you.
Lots of new and exciting things to share this month. 😉
What it's like being an author with a different religious background than most.
What have I been up to so far this year?
Well, it's 2018. 'Tis the time of year many people set those "life-altering resolutions" that often fail. Really, it's been proven that only 8% of people actually achieve their new year resolutions (80% fail by February). The most common failed resolutions include losing weight/getting fit, stop smoking/drinking, save money, and volunteer. My advice: Make a … Continue reading Lifetime Goals
I've been thinking about this one since March 1st. See, before my-- let's call it-- crash, I was working on a revision of the first book of the AEON series. This was in response to the possibility of getting a literary agent to represent me (aka, my dream come true). The agent actually took the … Continue reading What’s In A Name?
Every artist has their tools. For a painter, it's paintbrushes and canvas; for a musician, it's their voice or an instrument; for a sculptor, it's the clay and their fingers. Authors have a wide range of tools to choose from. Some of them send writers running for the hills while others are used without ever … Continue reading Tools of the Trade – Outlines