Archive for July, 2011:
Consider blogging if you aren’t already. Read more »
1 – Limit the info about you. Though the books will tell you that you have to include something that explains why ‘only you could have written this book’, that’s not usually what sells it. If you are writing non-fiction, you have to give credentials, but your ability to connect with your audience is your best tool and listing your bio info doesn’t tend to do that well.
You should keep a copy of your book with you at all times. Read more »
Thank you to all of you who sent in ‘good luck’ vibes! Things are looking up in the RideAlong department. I have one very gracious fire chief who has said ‘yes’!!! I am working on scheduling dates with that department.
I love that I started that with “If”. I just don’t know that many writers who don’t get stuck fairly often, and I can’t think of a single on who has told me she never gets stuck.