An Idea is the Beginning of Good Writing

Before you can start writing anything, you need an idea, or a thought about what you want to write about. read more →

Are You Embarrassed By Rejection? Here’s What Freelancers Can Do

Rejection is part of being a freelancer. It’s part of the game. Just deliver your best work, communicate with the client to correct any issues and move on. read more →

Writing Is My Passion And I Couldn’t Be Happier

The other day, I was busy writing the final chapter to a book that I had been hired to ghostwrite. I was having a little bit of difficulty writing those final words to recap the 150 pages that I just finished. How do you boil down almost 30,000 words into a page or two without.. read more →

WordPress 5.0 and PHP 7.3 Concerns

My experience upgrading WordPress to 5,0, PHP to 7.3 and some plugins. read more →

The Kelly Kelly Show Interview

Richard Lowe was interviewed about grief, ghostwriting and photography on the Kelly Kelly show. read more →

Bjørn Larssen: How I Became A Writer (Guest Blog)

Bjørn Larssen self published his first graphic novel, handcrafted with crayons, sticky tape, Staples and paper ripped from a notebook, when he was six years old. read more →

Fiona Mcvie Interviews Richard Lowe Jr

Fiona Mcvie interviews Richard G Lowe Jr 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 →

Audiobooks Will Make Free Money For You!

You can easily create an audiobook using any book you have published on Amazon, and better yet, you can even do it for absolutely free. read more →

Do You Hide Any Secrets In Your Books That Only A Few People Will Find? [Roundup]

Do you hide any secrets in your books that only a few people will find or know about? 8 authors share their secrets with us… [roundup] read more →