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Self-Published Writers, Do You Reread Your Books?

February 7, 2021
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Reading through the Twittersphere, I’ve discovered a lot of self-published authors, and others, don’t reread their books. They write a book, edit it, publish, and archive it on their shelf as a trophy to the time they spent during the creative process. I reread my books long after they are

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Did You Create Writing Goals for the Year?

January 26, 2021
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Anytime we want to complete a project, we set a goal. Whether it’s at work or at home, we set a goal. At work, you might have a deadline for weekly reports you know need ten minutes of your attention per day. In the home, we might schedule days (goals)

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Amazon Releases the Series Feature

January 22, 2021
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Did you know you can manage your book series on Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing service? When you log in to your book dashboard, they have opened up an option to manage your series. You can add books, delete them, reorder them, and add a description. It’s fairly basic, but it

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Lessons Writing 10 Books in 1 Year, a Self-Publishing Experience

January 11, 2021
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Wow! I can say I wrote ten books in a single year! What Are Some Lessons I Learned? That’s what I’m going to share about this journey. I might even write a few posts about this as I ruminate on the crapshoot of a year that was 2020, the dumpster

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Lessons From a Writing Life, Sometimes the Magic Works

January 9, 2021
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One of the best books I’ve read about the writing life is Sometimes the Magic Works, Lessons from a Writing Life by Terry Brooks. The Shannara series is a popular epic fantasy starting with The Sword of Shannara from 1977, which helped put the fantasy genre on the map, a

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