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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 →

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 →

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)

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 →

Professional Writer

Adopted from a live interview By Gail Mercer MacKay 6-Figure Freelance Writer Blueprint Gail: Richard, there has been a lot of excitement in our writing community about your success. Can you tell us your process for ghostwriting and freelancing? Richard: Well, the first thing is to be confident. You need to be confident of your value. Never go for.. read more →