Sometimes you think you’re going to write one book, and then you write another. Listen to Dawn Owens, author of “Light After Layoff”, tell her story and how the book she wrote was a bit different than the book she first set out to write.
The New Year is here! And I pray that it is better than last year … don’t you? Well despite the lockdowns, closings, mask-wearing, and other things we need to keep thinking about, it is the month that many people make resolutions for a better future. If you’re an author […]
The Authorneer’s Journey, Part 2 (What to do before you start writing a book) [The Author’s Switch Podcast]
Ever wonder what you need to do before you start writing a book? Then listen up! That’s what I’m talking about in this episode of “The Author’s Switch”!
Not all authors relish being on video. And although it is definitely a powerful way to market yourself, your business, and your books, there are alternatives that can be just as powerful. One of them is streaming audio – audio-only files that people can listen to online.
I love it when I’m able to get into the flow of writing. It seems like time flies and words pour out of me at record speed. When you’re in a “flow” state, you are simply more productive. And when you don’t have a lot of time on your hands to dedicate to writing, learning how to encourage this state becomes very important. In this article, I’ll share different things you can do to set things up for “flow” to happen when you sit down to write.
If you are a new author contemplating launching your first website or an established author who wants to update their website to make it more effective, I recommend you pay attention to these essential elements of author website design.
If you’ve ever felt tied to your family’s past and wanted to break free to live life on your own terms, you’ll want to listen to today’s episode featuring Gail Weiss Gaspar, author of “Carrying my Father’s Torch.”