I am so thrilled to be a part of this fabulous post by Sarina at the Cookie Break.
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Today is an exciting days, friends. Today is the day we kick self-doubt where it hurts because today, 14 wonderful authors have come together to talk about how to go to war with it! If you’ve written for any length of time – or if you’ve put it off because of self-doubt, perhaps? – you’ll…
via Self-Doubt: 14 Authors Share Their Advice — Cookie Break
Just the word ‘marketing’ sends nervous shivers down the backs of many authors. It’s something you know you need to do – something really quite vital to your book’s success – but chances are you’re putting it off. You might be procrastinating because you have no idea where to start, because you don’t think of…
via How do You Market Your Book Once It’s Published? 11 Authors Share Their Secrets! — Cookie Break
I recently interviewed Queensland author, Ellen Read about writing, self-publishing, and what it’s like to undertake research for historical fiction… NLK: How did you first begin writing fiction? ER: I began with reading books. I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t reading and living in a story. As a child I made up fictional […]
via Writer Talks: Ellen Read — Nadia L King, Author
Great insight on writing advice!😉 Is there such thing as the best and worst writing advice? Is it possible that all writing advice is up for interpretation? Source: The Biggest Problem with Writing Advice – Write It Sideways
via The Biggest Problem with Writing Advice – Write It Sideways — Silver Threading
Source: Write It Sideways