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The Write Publishing: Self-Pub Platforms

Now that you have your marketing strategy and time management down. It's time to talk actual publishing of your work. If you have followed along with The Write Process Series you should already have a good idea of what formats you would like to produce and how to format them. If not then here is … Continue reading The Write Publishing: Self-Pub Platforms

The Write Publishing: Traditional

I am not a traditionally published author. I have never sought out to be a traditionally published author. It has honestly not been something I've taken into serious consideration, but if you plan to publish at all its good to take stock of all the options in order to make the best decision for you. … Continue reading The Write Publishing: Traditional

The Write Process: Formatting

Formatting your novel for traditional and self publishing

The Write Process: Editors

Professional editors: What to look for and how to find the them.

The Write Process: Alphas and Betas

What are Alpha and Beta Readers and where to find them.

AuthorTalk Videos

Author Talk Is On YouTube! Short form videos to accompany the related blog posts below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2CmEt77kbY&list=PLKQLdjykkRTWUymKzAT08t8IK7ZY6xwB3

The Write Process: 1st Edit

It's Editing Time!

The Write Process: Outlining

I am not going to get into the Plotter or Pantser debate in this post. I am simply going to provide my opinion on outlining in the process of writing. Now that you have an Idea of what you want to write, it's time to get those ideas organized. How you organize them, like everything … Continue reading The Write Process: Outlining

Be a Perpetual Tourist!!!

Why do you ask? Being a "tourist" means you can get away with doing things that wouldn't normally be acceptable. ¬†See a fountain you would love to climb all over? A funny statue or cool mural you want in pictures? I say go for it! ¬†Forget what other people think of you and have fun … Continue reading Be a Perpetual Tourist!!!

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