What Should Your Book Be About?

Are you intrigued by the idea of writing a book, but you are not quite sure what it should be about? I’ve written over a dozen books for entrepreneurs, and, at the beginning, that is always the first question on their minds (besides cost). Sure, they know they want a book and they understand the.. read more →

Use LinkedIn to Create Business Without Alienating People

Used successfully, LinkedIn gives you credibility and engagement, but incorrectly, and you alienate and annoy people including customers read more →

10 Reasons to Hire a Freelance Writer

There are many reasons that you should consider hiring a freelance writer. They help you get your writing projects finished with high quality on time. read more →

Insult Professionals by Asking them to Work for Free

Do you want to insult a professional? If so, ask them to work for free or far less than they are worth. read more →

To ISBN or not to ISBN?

Whether or not you purchase ISBN numbers for your self-published books depends on your needs and desires. Most self-publishers don’t need them. read more →

Writing Series: Star Trek, Lord of the Rings and Deus ex Machina

Deus ex machina is simply bad story telling. Write your stories to support what happens to your characters to keep your readers engaged. read more →

Lessons I Learned From Hurricane Irma

I survived Hurricane Irma, the first one I’ve been through. Here are a few things that I learned from the experience that might help in the future. read more →

How Does Ghostwriting Work?

What does a ghostwriter do? How do they help you write a book? What else is involved in the process? read more →

Why do you Need a Blog?

A blog is a great way to establish and maintain interest in your brand. By doing so, you gain an advantage over the competition. read more →

Things to Consider Before Hiring a Ghostwriter

Take your time to find the right professional ghostwriter. Talk to them up front to ensure they produce a great book and that it will be a great experience. read more →