Tag: self-publishing

How To Reclaim A Bad Week

How To Reclaim A Bad Week

It’s been one of those weeks. You know the kind. The perfect storm of awful. One innocent little thing sets the dominos in motion and, suddenly, you can’t stop the cascade failure no matter how hard you try. On Monday, the grocery store is extra busy, which puts you behind schedule. But it’s no big …

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A Perspective Primer – Which is Best?

A Perspective Primer – Which is Best?

So far my editing guides have covered grammar rules like punctuation and passive voice. Aside from those, my most frequent notes center around perspective. But unlike the other guides I’ve written, perspective can’t be handled with a short paragraph of guidelines. Perspective, or point of view, is a stylistic choice every writer must make in …

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Farewell 2018

Farewell 2018

I admit, 2018 feels like a blur. The kind where you dig your fingers into a project, get super involved and look up an hour later to find that, actually, three weeks have passed. I set a lot of ambitious goals for 2018, despite my focus on healthy work habits. That meant accepting from the …

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An Interview with Zachary Chopchinski

An Interview with Zachary Chopchinski

Connecting with other authors has become my favorite part of publishing. The indie community is extremely supportive of writers at all levels of their career. They’re spectacularly creative individuals, both when it comes to story crafting and business management. Today, I’m thrilled to host fellow indie Zachary Chopchinski, who has been a guiding light for …

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Secrets of the Past Is Now Available!

Secrets of the Past Is Now Available!

Big news today, friends. Not only does the third installment of Eternity’s Empire release today; I’m actually releasing the paperback at the same time. I’ve really enjoyed peeking into my preparation notes as each new paperback has released. I’ve already covered most of the information relevant to Secrets of the Past as each new installment …

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