Writing Career Strategies

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Handsome Hansel – To be Free or Not to Be Free…That is the Question

Today, regular columnist, Handsome Hansel, tackles the question of giving away our books.     To Be Free Or Not To Be Free (That Is The Question) Let’s face it, more than likely what began each […]

If at First, You Don’t Succeed…by Anna Sugden

There’s no secret formula to getting published. What works for one author may not work for another. Anna Sugden shares her insight on keeping your faith, motivation and courage alive.  Welcome back, Anna! One of […]

How to Survive and Thrive in the Publishing House Slush Pile with Shelly Ellis

The slush pile can be a frustrating place to be at times, especially if you can’t seem to get out of it. Shelly Ellis gives us classic, back-to-basics advice on how to survive between submission […]

Surviving the Ever-Changing Career of a Debut Author By Tracey Devlyn

One of our amazing co-founders is back today to candidly share her experience with the ups and downs as a debut author. Thanks Tracey! Surviving the Ever-Changing Career of a Debut Author By Tracey Devlyn […]

Making Time for Writing with Emmie Dark

I don’t know if she remembers but Emmie and I “met” August 9,  2010 through the GIAM critique partner matching service. We’ve been together since then-writing, bitching, revising and supporting each other through rejections and […]

Mad Organizational Tips with Lynne Silver

When you think of the new year, you think of new calendars, fresh plans to conquer bad habits and start new ones, and  a whole twelve months laid out before you with no mistakes. Lynne […]

Listen Up! Romance Audio Books Increase Author Profits with Jennifer Fedderson

We are living in the beauitful age of options and authors have a mind-blogging buffet before them.  Today we have Jennifer Fedderson of AudioLark  Audio Books to tell you more about your options in the […]

Shifting Your Social Media Perspective with Laura Kaye

My first Laura Kaye book, HEARTS IN DARKNESS, made me want to get stuck in an elevator with a hot guy with tattoos!  Now, she’s tackling classic gods and demigods in her new, HEARTS OF […]

All You Need Are Words, Right? Wrong! by S.A. Garcia

S.A. Garcia writes unique stories of M/M romance which span setting so a post-nuclear-apocolyptic world, fantasy realms of elven worlds and the life-after-death-experience.  Today she is talking with us about what she has learned from […]

Cut and Run: Signs it’s Time to Retire from the Contest Circuit by Kelsey Browning

Those of us who write commercial fiction, especially romance, are fortunate so many organizations host writing contests. These contests offer many advantages: experience with proper manuscript formatting and synopsis development; mastery of submission fears; and […]

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