On February 22nd members of the Nonfiction Author’s Association will be listening to NFAA CEO Stephanie Chandler interview me about Resistance, and 6 ways I’ve found to make that bully irrelevant.
The free NFAA membership level includes the weekly live interviews. Paid memberships would also give access to recordings. I encourage you to join (even at the free level) and listen in. (My wife, Sue, is Special Projects Director of the NFAA and we’ve known Stephanie for years, so these are people you can trust.)
We talk about dealing with Resistance including some specific steps, plus I list my 10 favorite books to help you make Resistance irrelevant, every single day.
I gave myself until September 1 to make a firm decision about a possible author event here in Phoenix in the spring of 2017.
Right now I can’t commit to a full-scale convention with speakers and workshops. What I can commit to is something much, much smaller: a simple meet and greet.
Coffee? Tea? Marketing?
We’re going to choose a venue (or two: one daytime coffee shop, one evening brew pub) and a date in March, and Sue and I will spend the day and evening waiting for y’all to show up.
… more … “The Serious Downgrading of the Phoenix Springtime Author Event”
If you subscribe to this blog via email you saw an incomplete post earlier in the week.
Until the real version of my interview with Meg Wolfe is ready for next Wednesday’s post, why don’t y’all go visit her site, read about her books, and formulate some questions for the comments section of the aforementioned Q&A next Wednesday, eh?
In order to focus on my mystery writing I’m letting myself off the hook round these parts.
While I will pop in now and again with a post or a newsletter, I don’t plan to stick to a schedule as I’ve done for a number of years.
If you need help selfpublishing your book, Someday Box will still be right here ready to provide the support you need. Just give us a shout.
After I did all the work to create a new theme for my fiction site I thought I’d tweak it enough to use here as well.
I’ve always loved the image from the cover of the book and I’m just not happy with the logo I’ve been using so we’re taking a step back in time.
Please, if you find anything amiss, let me know, eh?
That’s 400 articles.
144,849 words about writing, indie publishing, and commonsense zero-cost DIY marketing for authors.
Thanks for showing up every week and reading them.
By a wide margin, the most popular post yet has been a list of a bunch of other posts. Seems y’all like things packaged neatly, and I respect that.
What else do you like? What’s been missing? What would make this place so valuable you’d stand in line to pay for my help?
As I approach post #400 (this is #398) I thought it time for a few changes.
As I focus more and more on writing fiction, I’m doing less and less free coaching and publishing support. Gone, sad to say, are the days of everything I know is free, all you have to do is ask. Busier writing means I need to make every minute count.
Here are a few of the changes, with a great big ask down below.
… more … “Updates, Tidying, and Lower Prices”
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday we drove 600 miles.
Yesterday, I didn’t even know what day it was.
Today, I’m sitting in Phoenix while it rains.
In Phoenix. In late April.
Back home, we left 70 degree weather. Which turned to a day-long blizzard the next day.
Schedules are good. Habits are good. Plugging along, doing the work — also good.
Sometimes, though, it makes more sense to pause and reflect. Or just pause.
I’ll be back with my usual brilliance next Friday. In the meantime, if there’s something you’d love to see me write about, tell me about it down in the comments.
It’ll give me something to reflect on when I’m done pausing.