Back when I was in college, I started planning a second series, but unlike my first, it was to be a quadrilogy. Despite having the discipline – eight completed stories under my belt of my main series – I still…Read more
[Q&A] Do you recommend for others the self-publishing route? Have there been cases where you recommend someone try and seek out a traditional publisher versus not?
In December, I recorded an episode of the Aim for More Podcast with Alex Papp and as a documenting experiment, recorded it also on my camcorder for you. Alex is a member of Writers’ Club, and I had a…Read more
What do you think are the best avenues for book marketing? Is your blog enough? I know social media, but are there any particular ways to go? Twitter? FB? Instagram? Do you recommend joining giveaways if you can? – Traci…Read more
On iTunes | On Stitcher About Ben Galley Ben Galley is a fantasy author from sunny England. Ben’s been writing since he was old enough to be trusted with a pencil, and by his early teens he had written three novels….Read more
This post’s Q&A is on story pacing and took place over on Twitter. How fast/close together can plot/bad things happen? Pacing-wise, should there be downtime space between events? – Dvorah Answer Where scenes are positioned has to…Read more
NOTE: There’s a gift to help you with this at the bottom of the article. There’s never a better time to grow awareness of our stories, and better yet, it’s not required to pay a fortune to market your…Read more
Today we’re joined in the first of a new interview series with award-winning author, Tracy Hewitt Meyer! My challenge to you: as you’re reading these interviews, I want you to find at least one take-away that will help you on your…Read more