Hi everyone. I’m just going to talk today a little bit about the importance of keeping a journal if you want to be a writer. The reason I say that is I think it’s through journaling that I really found my voice as a writer, and I think that’s reflected in modern times on blogs, people blog to find their voices, so that’s my speculation anyway. People are just more open about sharing stuff now online than back in the days when I kept a journal and it was meant to be for me. Although I did as part of a class keep a journal, which is why I’m, I’m suggesting doing it. It’s kind of like, okay, I learned from doing it and you can learn from doing it too. But I think the reason I wanted to talk about this also, I had the opportunity to basically do an informational interview with two students at the University of Maryland.
My Indie Publishing Story — Part Four
You may be wondering what the above image has to do with my publishing journey. Well, let me explain … BTW, the following contains at least one or two affiliate links …
By the end of 2011, I could see that counting on Amazon for sales after not becoming KDP-exclusive was a failing strategy. Even so, I refused to make my novels exclusive to them. It seemed like it would be more than an affront to indie publishing. It struck me as the worst possible way to withdraw support for what I saw as a dangerously monopolistic company.
Happy Belated Labor Day!
Hi! It’s Labor Day today. And it seems like a good day to just remind everybody that you should always take time for yourself, no matter how busy you are and what you’re trying to do, because if you don’t take care of yourself, you’re not going to be able to accomplish what you want to do.
How Email Helped Me Market My Work
Today, I’m going to talk a little bit about how I started out in terms of online marketing.