Can Editing Be Fun? Maybe. by Therese Walsh

I just read a fantastic post on storyfix.com by Therese Walsh about ways to get creative Right Brain working with analytic, "hatchet-happy" editor, Left Brain. Instead of trying to explain what Therese says, I've decided to repost it. Here it is: Can Editing Be Fun? Maybe. a guest post by Therese Walsh First, I want to thank Larry … Continue reading Can Editing Be Fun? Maybe. by Therese Walsh

Lulu vs CreateSpace: One Indie Author’s Perspective

In 2010 I used Lulu to publish my first book, Fear Not! Discovering God's Promises For Our Lives. Then, this year (2011), I decided to give CreateSpace a try when I published Simply Prayer. Although the two POD's are similar, there are some differences I thought others might like to know about before choosing one … Continue reading Lulu vs CreateSpace: One Indie Author’s Perspective

Marketing Monday: Self-Promotion HSP-style

“People forget what you say, but they remember how you made them feel”--Warren Beatty Caring for others, wanting to help our fellow humans, comes rather naturally for highly sensitive people, so why shouldn't promoting ourselves and our products be just as natural? Most likely because we're thinking of "selling" rather than "marketing." Sell: to persuade or induce (someone) to buy something: The salesman sold me on a more expensive model … Continue reading Marketing Monday: Self-Promotion HSP-style

How To Include Back Story Without Killing Your Novel

I've been writing most of my life, but that doesn't mean I've got it down cold. If anything, I've learned I have a lot to learn. For example, although my first novel may spend the rest of eternity tucked safely in the darkest corner of the deepest drawer away from anything living it might otherwise … Continue reading How To Include Back Story Without Killing Your Novel

4 Links To Overcome Publishing Despair

The road to publication is filled with pain and tears... bloodshed... mayhem.... I'm being melodramatic here. Of course, that could just be that I've recently read several posts about how painful the publication process can be and how difficult it is to write good fiction. Here's a small sampling: "This is literally years of work you're seeing. … Continue reading 4 Links To Overcome Publishing Despair