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Professional Writer?

November 19, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Writing Business

At some point, the average writer will make a decision: to continue writing for pleasure and occasional payment or to make it a career. Either is fine. Some of you may not want the stress of producing words to keep your finances in the green. It’s no easier than clocking into a shop or office […]

How Writers Can Use Pinterest for Marketing

July 18, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Marketing, Time Management

Pinterest has quickly become one of the fastest growing social networks and is turning heads in marketing circles. It’s time writers get on the train. Last month Brandy gave us a great piece on why writers should NOT use Pinterest. Anyone who has visited the site can tell you how quickly a few minutes turn […]

10 Uses for your Writing Tomato

June 5, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Writing Business

Put Tomato in your header It’s day 2 of my WI takeover. I was hoping for hostages, but they all told me they had to use the restroom and I haven’t seen them since. However, in a half-hearted attempt to follow Super G’s instructions, I will post about tomatoes. Why tomatoes? I’m glad you asked. […]

Writing is a Business

May 9, 2013 by  
Filed under Encouragement, Publishing

Yes, I know it’s Thursday, and my post is supposed to be one of encouragement. All butterflies and rainbows.  Not gonna happen today. As some of you may have heard, we’ve had some bad news in the world of Christian fiction this week. B&H has decided to close down its fiction division. To add to […]

Dallas Writers University One Day Intensive with Agent Chip MacGregor

April 15, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Industry

  So it’s Monday and I’m behind in blogging again. This week’s excuse? A successful run of The Little Mermaid. So instead of banging out a post, I’m passing on a great deal on an awesome One Day Intensive with my agent Chip MacGregor. It’s May 4th in Dallas and seating is limited to 30 […]

When You Feel Like You’ve Been Left Behind in This Publishing Journey

April 8, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Encouragement, Interruptions, Publishing

So this post has been sitting in my draft folder for while, waiting for the right time, or maybe for me to truly feel that I’ve conquered the “left behind” feeling so I can adequately encourage others. The truth is I still feel like I’ve been left behind at times, so maybe it’s time to set these […]

Breathe New Life into Your Dead Manuscript Through E-Publishing

March 25, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Indie Publishing, Marketing, Publishing

So you’re manuscript has made the rounds at traditional publishing houses and has been rejected. You’re ready to give up, call it quits with this one, bury it in your hard drive never to see the light of day. It’s dead. What other choice do you have? You can breathe new life into your dead […]

How to Write a Good Bad Review

March 14, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Book Reviews, Marketing, Writing Business

“If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.” Mama’s advice serves well to keep us kind, but people don’t always need kind. We don’t even need polite all the time. Sometimes we need truth. Gina birthed the question on facebook: “Why do people post negative reviews?” Ron responded with a post about […]

Digging Up Death is FREE on Kindle!

January 24, 2013 by  
Filed under Blog, Book Reviews, Books

I knew it would happen, I just didn’t know when! But Digging Up Death is FREE on Kindle, so help me spread the word and help my “baby” reach #1 in free downloads! Don’t forget to tweet, Facebook, PIN & SHARE!!

Author Tanya Eavenson and Unconditional: A Love Story

I’m excite to welcome Tanya Eavenson to Writer…Interrutped for a glimplse into her writing life and new release, Unconditional.   Tanya Eavenson and her husband have been in the ministry for fifteen years teaching youth, adults, and counseling. Tanya enjoys spending time with her husband, and their three children. Her favorite pastime is grabbing a […]

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