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#WriterWednesday: Productivity Tips for Writers

Aspiring authors have asked me how I found the time to write my book. The easy and short answer is you have to make time. 120 more words

Dangerous Words

More lessons that writers have to learn the hard way

I recently read this blog about the “10 things authors have to learn the hard way…”. It made me think. My first novel was published with a traditional publisher in 1996. 616 more words

Visiting Self-Publishing Hell?

Trying new things often means riding the roller coaster of the learning curve. I’ve recently experienced the dips and climbs in self-publishing. At first, I thought the technology part of it shouldn’t be too difficult, I am a relatively tech-savvy girl, but Murphy’s Law came into play at every step of the journey. 223 more words


Digging Deeper Into Author Earnings

The Author Earnings team are attempting to do something which hasn’t been done before, and their work can’t be refined and improved unless there is some intelligent criticism of their approach and findings. 3,284 more words

Self-Publishing Info: Can We Share?

I have been reading everything I can on self-publishing, and now that I am getting to the actual phase where I will submit my book for all the world to see, I am getting nervous about what to do! 445 more words


B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree Interview with John Riha

I’d like to introduce John Riha to talk with me today about his B.R.A.G. Medallion Book. John was born and raised in the Midwest. He visited the West several times and finally resolved to stay there, with the big mountains and clear rivers. 1,348 more words


I finished Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises yesterday before clocking into work. Fantastic read. Of course, I’m not breaking any new ground in saying so. Hemingway’s considered a master for a reason. 238 more words

Nate Gutman