Tip #13

When people come see you at a show, reading, signing, whatever, give them something to take home. I use bookmarks. Who doesn't need more of those? I'm always losing mine. And they're pretty, too. Most people have gotten so used to logos on their clothes, or on nearly everything they own. They won't throw them... Continue Reading →

Praise for Birthright

This was a lovely and very entertaining read! Excellent characters that you'll fall for quickly (particularly, Captain the horse), wonderful humour and well written action scenes. Very enjoyable! - K See more about Birthright on Amazon

Tip #12

When your body doesn't feel good, your brain doesn't either. It can get distracted. Depressed. Dull. Eat well. Exercise. Keep your story-making machine well maintained.

Tip #11

From the moment you first set out to write a story for publication, you become a public figure, a celebrity. People applaud you, fawn over you, tell you how wonderfully clever you are. Most people can see themselves writing a book someday. They relate to you. They want to be you. But that will end... Continue Reading →

Tip #10

Publishing is a business. They want to make money. No-brainer, right? Yet, I hear lots of people say they can't get a publisher. Or they write better than so-and-so, but can't get a representative. My first advice is to look at your manuscript. Is it grammatically correct? Does it have lots of spelling mistakes? Do... Continue Reading →

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