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Interviews with Influencers Book Series

You can make a book quickly by doing an interview of an influencer, transcribing the audio, formatting it, and then publishing it as a book. read more →

Why Goal Setting is Vital for a Writing Career

Writers need to set goals to help them resist distractions and focus on what they want to achieve. Without goals and discipline, writing can get put aside and never get finished. read more →

You Can Make a Living as a Self-Published Author

You can make a living as a self-published author if you do the work to write, publish and promote your books and yourself. read more →

6 Causes Of Writer’s Block And How To Destroy It

Many writers get writer’s block for one reason or another. This is a very disheartening phenomenon. Here are some tips for overcoming it. read more →

Master Procrastinator Habits can Hurt You

Are you a master procrastinator? You might think it’s a good habit, but in reality you are increasing the chances of failure and adding stress to your life. 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 →

My Writing Passion Makes Me Happy

Sometimes people go their whole lives without finding their purpose. I found mine in my writing passion. I love to write. And now it’s my career and my hobby. 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.. read more →

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

How I became a writer. Bjørn Larssen self published his first graphic novel 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 →