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Friday Write-Day: A Very Strange Week

I’ve had a severe lack of motivation all week, hence the non-title card for this post.

I was going to write a piece about how the sense of failure in one aspect of life can trickle down and impact other parts of your life. But that seems crass in the wake of Chris Cornell’s death. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: A Very Strange Week

Friday Write-Day: When the Big Picture Gets Too Big

I tend to look at the big picture a lot. I actually enjoy taking a step back in any given situation and analyzing the larger strategy or plan at work. The same goes for my writing; the clearest vision in my head for any story is the Big Picture. My issue is that the big picture often distracts me from the little things. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: When the Big Picture Gets Too Big

Marketing Your Novel: Why Send Press Releases?

Disclosure: I work for a marketing firm. While I have no formal education in marketing or business and would never claim to be an “expert”, working in online marketing for two companies over the last  four years has taught me a lot. This series will explore the marketing strategies I will use to promote my upcoming novel.

Well, it’s been quite some time since I’ve updated this series. The last time we checked in, I discussed marketing through social media.

Today, I’m going to take a look back to a previous post, in which I provided a summary of sending online press releases. Why?

Because I just sent my first press release! Continue reading Marketing Your Novel: Why Send Press Releases?

Friday Write-Day: Writing Crunch Month is Nearly Over!

Well, today is the last day of March, which means tonight is my final chance to churn out a solid word count. This week was slow, but overall, March has been great for progressing through Manuscript: Beta. Continue reading Friday Write-Day: Writing Crunch Month is Nearly Over!