Hi! I’m going to give you some tips today for greater productivity as a writer. This is especially important for somebody like myself who is suffering from a disorder that affects my energy level, and I think a lot of us deal with that. It’s not just me. It’s having the energy to deal with so much information and stuff that’s going on today and things to do can be really wearing on a person. So here are a few productivity tips that will help you, I hope, with your writing.
Okay, this is a bit of an exaggeration! 🙂 But only slightly. Dystonia really does wear one down a whole lot. Have you ever heard of dystonia? Did you know that it can occur post-stroke? Were you aware that absolutely no research is being done on post-stroke dystonia?
That’s because the condition is so rare. Lucky us, huh? 🙂 But I digress …
We’re assaulted with so much information these days, that trying to market one’s work as an indie author may feel like an impossible task. There are so many social media and people giving advice on how to use it that keeping up plus doing the writing may seem overwhelming to the point where you want to give up before you start.
I’d like to share five ways in which indie author marketing can be made easier. With a little planning, they can even prove to be more effective.
It’s pretty obvious that to be a successful indie author these days requires more than a little marketing skill. What I’d like to do here is tell you some of the things not to do when engaging in indie author marketing.