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Writers, Which of These Organizational Tips Fit Your Reality?

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  Take a look at the desk of Mark Twain and then check out the infographic below from OmniPapers.com on organizing your writing space.  While there are some admirable suggestions, a number of them just don't fit my reality. I agree that being organized helps you be more productive and that you need to be able to find what you need at a moment's notice. That's exactly why my desk doesn't look like the one in the infographic (unless I've stashed everything away for a photo shoot, in which case I'm not really writing.) Hint: look … [Continue reading…]

Kick Off Your Holiday Book Sales with Book Promo on the Go


Writers tend to work alone and shy away from self-promotion. If visions of mega book sales, or even just steady book sales dance around your head, you've got to put aside your shyness and get busy. … [Continue reading…]

Refreshing Answers to Questions from Bloggers and Self-Published Authors

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  My clients often ask me to recommend the best resources for advice, tips, and trends in blogging and self-publishing. There is so much rich help, advice, and encouragement that such a list … [Continue reading…]

Forget the Lofty Perch and Write

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[It's my pleasure to welcome Susan G.Weidener as guest blogger today. Her post is part of a blog tour through WOW! Women on Writing.]   As writers we’re putting ourselves out there. We’re … [Continue reading…]

44 Proven Ways to Market and Sell Your Self-Published Book

Today's post is being shared with the permission of A. Michelle Blakeley, Micro Business Therapist™. Learn more about her below the post. There’s an unspoken rule that when you are asked to … [Continue reading…]

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