5 Links For A More Balanced Writer’s Life

This week I found myself having nightmares about conspiracies and daydreaming about a long vacation at some remote beach. That's when I realized my life was once again out of balance. Who among us hasn't felt like they were running uphill at full speed for days on end? It's a common experience, especially if you're … Continue reading 5 Links For A More Balanced Writer’s Life

Marketing Monday: Multiple Streams Of Income

If you don't already know how important having an ebook is, then perhaps you want to check out this post: Ebook Buyers: Can You Afford To Lose Them? For the rest of you, I'd like to make a quick suggestion: don't stop with ebooks. On the Enneagram my husband is a 7 and I am a … Continue reading Marketing Monday: Multiple Streams Of Income

6 Links For Creating Better Characters

I am not a fan of drama. However, against my better judgement, I took the advice Les Edgerton gives in Hooked and rented Thelma & Louise in order to learn about how to create a "proper" inciting incident and the resulting escalating conflicts. I wish I could say the movie pleasantly surprised me, but it didn't. … Continue reading 6 Links For Creating Better Characters

Beta Readers: It’s The Lukewarm Ones That Count

I love my mother. She's one of my biggest cheerleaders (and marketers! :D) and a very good proofreader. She loves just about everything I write, which makes storytelling fun because I know someone will enjoy it. She's also pretty good at giving me honest feed back, but let's face it... she's my mother. Of course … Continue reading Beta Readers: It’s The Lukewarm Ones That Count