1. Commit to the Race
2. Expect a rough ride
3. Trust the Director
4. Train like your life depended on it
5. Redefine your view of success
I suggest short writing prompts to get you “warmed up” before writing something serious.
It’s critical that writers invest in themselves—in their skills, in time spent actually writing and in developing partnerships that can be beneficial.
I recommend that authors divide their year into quarters, with a specific marketing focus for each quarter.Use my diagram below to get you started.
It’s easy to make the hero/heroine of our novel as perfect, almost perfect, or simply too good to be true. But the fact is, readers like the “good guy” to […]