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 be flawed. Not only will this make your character more relatable, it will also make him/her more likeable. Find a way to tarnish your character […]
Co-marketing must become a major tool in the writer’s toolkit in order to more effectively convince readers to purchase a book.
What a blessing to reconnect with friends and be with so many talented authors from across the US. I even ran into an acquaintance from Canada!
This conference is special to me because I’ll share a revolutionary approach to marketing for Christian authors as well as debut my latest writers’ self-help guide: Write Business.
With great food, fellowship (did I mention awesome Colombian coffee?), it was a day to remember.