7 Links To Help Every Writer With Taxes

 Maybe it seems a little early to start thinking about doing your taxes, but it's been my experience that the sooner you get on it, the less stressful it can be. Thankfully there are people and web sites out there to help us slot all those numbers in the correct places on the correct forms … Continue reading 7 Links To Help Every Writer With Taxes

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Dropping The Safety Net And Following The Dream

I've been thinking about moving into a full-time freelance/independent author career a lot recently. The question that keeps coming up, though, is, "am I willing to give my all?" Being self-employed means independence -- at a price. That price can be financial security. Being your own boss can be great, but unless you're ready to … Continue reading Dropping The Safety Net And Following The Dream

Marketing For The Indie Author

We have the flu at our house, so this will be just a short post (and probably a bit scattered in its organization, so I apologize).  I hope to write more on the subject at a later date.  Perhaps by then I'll have tried all the techniques suggested in the following links and will be … Continue reading Marketing For The Indie Author

Writers write. They don’t design web sites.

It is my experience that web site design should be left to those who know what they're doing.  It's all too easy to buy a user-friendly program such as Front Page and whip together a site with all manner of bells and whistles (much to the annoyance of the visitor).  Or, somewhat better but no … Continue reading Writers write. They don’t design web sites.