I have a habit of labeling each year that goes by. It’s a way to help me focus and remain excited about what I’m trying to accomplish. Although I started 2022 well, things quickly fell apart for the Year of the Book. So, we’re giving it another shot for 2023.
Getting your name out there is all part of marketing as an author. And having a blog as an author can act as your base of operations, so to speak. In this case, we can show off our Goodreads reviews for our books as a widget in WordPress.
Every November, writers of all ages, genres, and walks of life gather for NaNoWriMo. This is the National Novel Writing Month that focuses on cranking out 50,000 words for your next novel or other publishing projects. But what can you do to meet the number of words per day for NaNoWriMo?
As I am composing a list of the best writing apps, I came across Campfire Writing. It’s an extensive writing app that comes with quite a bit of functionality. But is Campfire something that is worthwhile for writing your book?
There is quite a bit of stigma surrounding an author when it comes to self-publishing a book. I’ve seen many people claim that unless your novel is produced by a publishing house, then you’re not a real author. But how much of that is true?