Howdy! I hope you’re having a great week, and I hope you’ve already checked out The Golden Crystal‘s audiobook giveaway! If not, it’s here on the blog — it’s free to enter, and you can enter as many times
If you haven’t read The Golden Crystal and want to, I’m hosting a contest through my friends at Rafflecopter.com. You can enter multiple times, and on multiple days, so don’t forget to come back during the week!
LiveHacked.com 2013-2014 Superbundle I mentioned it yesterday, and it’s ready to go. The official LiveHacked.com 2013-2014 blogger/writer superbundle kicks off NOW, and it’s only going on for three days! Three days.
Around here, “Black Friday” seems to be a bigger holiday than Thanksgiving or Christmas — the hustle and bustle is taken to a new level with midnight openings, stampedes of human beings that often end in death (no joke), and
The start of my freelance writing career was a careful balancing act. I’d recently quit my job as a barista to force myself to find bigger and better things. The first work I found was a gig with the content mill Demand Studios, and it was
I’ve been slammed lately — too much work at work, too much work at home, and too much work all around. It’s fun in some ways — I like staying busy, and I like everything I’m doing. The question I’ve been asking myself though is this: Am I
You know you should publish an ebook. It’s done wonders for other bloggers and entrepreneurs. But the process seems so overwhelming — and where will you find the time? Here are 21 tips and resources that will help you get started, keep you
This post is a LONG time coming (sorry Katie!), but I wanted to take a little more time and devote a blog post to the AMAZING book recently released by fellow author and friend, K.M. Weiland. The book is called Structuring Your Novel,
Oh wait… do judge a book by its cover. It’s what we all do anyway. This week, after a week-long hiatus due to some personal/family situations, I’m back and ready to take NaNoWriMo by the horns. But first,
Today, the ultimate tool for writers isn’t a fancy pen or a good notebook. It’s your laptop, complete with access to the Internet. As Internet speeds increase, we have the ability to do more online with useful sites and programs. But on the flip