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Monthly Wrap-up February 2019

Monthly Wrap-up February 2019

I’d like to share some blogging and publishing news before unplugging for a month. (If you are part of my newsletter, you’ll know even more!) Blogging News 2019 Goals, Resolutions and Questions #IW…

Running Your Author Empire

Running Your Author Empire

I learned a ton of things this year about running my author business. I thought about doing this as a series, but seeing as this is the last AuthorToolbox post for the year, I decided to go big. To…

RSS Feeds and the Good They Can Do For Your Blog

RSS Feeds and the Good They Can Do For Your Blog

As part of building a better online presence (defining my brand and getting it noticed), I decided to look into more ways to grow my blog’s readership. You can find out everything about the #Author…

How to Set Up Instagram to Grow Your Author Business #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

How to Set Up Instagram to Grow Your Author Business #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

It’s time for a new adventure with this month’s Author Toolbox Blog Hop. Welcome to the third year of the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop, which is a monthly event on the topic of resources and l…

Being an Insecure Writer – And Happy About It #IWSG

Being an Insecure Writer – And Happy About It #IWSG

It’s the first Wednesday of a new month, whether I can believe it or not, so it is time for another round of the IWSG. Let’s start with this month’s question. Besides writing, what other creative o…

2019 Goals, Resolutions and Questions #IWSG

2019 Goals, Resolutions and Questions #IWSG

How did this happen? It’s 2019 already… It feels like only a few short weeks ago that I wrote about my SMART goals for 2018. Yeah, a lot has changed and I accomplished most of what I set out to do …

Things Every #Authorpreneur Should Know for 2019 #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

Things Every #Authorpreneur Should Know for 2019 #AuthorToolboxBlogHop

Follow my blog with Bloglovin It’s a new year and time for the first Author Toolbox post. I’m going to look at all the important things we should take note of right now as author(entre)preneurs. I’…

Joining Writing Groups

Joining Writing Groups

J is for “Joining”. We all need some encouragement from time-to-time. To support my claim, I’ve invited over Alex J. Cavanaugh — founder and leader of the Insecure Writer’s Support Group — to expla…

Ill-prepared: Fear of Success and of Failure

Ill-prepared: Fear of Success and of Failure

I is for Ill-prepared. To continue with the theme for everything writerly, I decided to share what it’s like to suddenly be published without any warning. In June/July last year I wrote stories for…

How to Write But Still Have a Life

How to Write But Still Have a Life

Sometimes it’s difficult to find the balance between our fiction and reality. To help with that, I invited writing friend Chrys Fey to share some tips on having a life while still being able to wri…

Getting it Right: Writing to Market #ownvoices

Getting it Right: Writing to Market #ownvoices

G is for “Getting”. In my quest to find out everything I can about publishing, I decided to do an interview with Holly Evans who shares her publishing journey on her blog — inspiring me to explore …

The Importance of Folklore

The Importance of Folklore

F is for Folklore. I know, we’ve done this one for F before. But this time it will be different. Everyone is gathered around the fire. The elder pokes at the logs; everyone waits with bated breath …

Editing Loop

Editing Loop

E is for Editing. Writers know that their work needs editing. But how much? And when to stop? To answer these questions, M.L. Keller from The Manuscript Shredder shares her insights. Editing loop: …

Warrior Up

Warrior Up

D is for Do. It’s time for another post for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group. To find out everything about them, go here. OPTIONAL IWSG Day Question: When your writing life is a bit cloudy or fi…

Interview with the Editors of “Unbound”

Interview with the Editors of “Unbound”

C is for Clarion Call. I know I’ve been shouting it from the rooftops that my story “Black Moon” was published in the third Clarion Call Anthology “Unbound”. Here’s the bookblast. And now for an in…

The Reasons Branding Confuses You and How To Fix That Right Now

The Reasons Branding Confuses You and How To Fix That Right Now

B is for Branding. We all know that if we want to make it as authors, we need a brand. But it’s very confusing. So, I invited over Rachel Thompson from Bad Redhead Media to explain things for us. A…