The Book Marketing Strategy That Will Grow Your Business
A book can and will help you expand your audience, getting more eyes on your business. However, it is entirely possible to launch a self published book and have no one notice. So you have to market the book you're using to market your business. This includes optimizing key word searches, contacting those with other platforms and audiences to discuss your book, and making SURE your current audience knows of your book and get them hyped to consume it.
Do you have a thousand questions about publishing and marketing a book? - Paper Raven Books
Do you have questions about publishing and marketing a book? Check out this post to learn why you should focus on the writing first. Click through to learn more! #publishingquestions #bookmarketing #writeabook #writingadvice | publishing | self-publishing
Writer's Parachute: Helpful Links for Writers
Writing fiction is like jumping out of a plane. It's all about the preparation. That's the part we can control. The parachute may open slow or fast, but if we've put in the work, it should open. Likewise, the more writing tools and resources we use, the better we get at using them, the better chance our story will have once we release it out into the world.
Writing With Purpose
Strengthen your creative process by learning to study literature and poetry. When you discover why professionals do certain things, you will move from the realm of imitation to creation. #WritingTips
How to Build a Powerful Journal Writing Habit
Do you want to start journaling? Journal writing is one of the most important tools you use to reflect on the present and plan for the future.
Uncover Your Writer's Voice
Take yourself on retreat with our 30-page at-home workshop workbook. Get up close and personal with the fearless writer within and find out what she wants for the both of you. Discover exactly how to empower yourself as a writer so that you become unstoppable. Never know writer’s block again. About: ways to improve writing skills, book writing tips, how to become a professional writer, writing inspiration & ideas, mindset is everything motivation, tips for writers
How to Deal With Imposter Syndrome as a Writer
How to Deal With Imposter Syndrome as a Writer | Savannah Gilbo - Do you struggle with imposter syndrome? Does imposter syndrome prevent you from finishing your book? If so, check out this blog post where I walk you through three strategies for overcoming imposter syndrome so that you can finish your draft and publish your story. Other writing tips included, too! #amwriting #writingtips #writingcommunity
The Demons You'll Face When Writing (and How to Keep Writing)
While writing you might feel like you're constantly haunted by the demons of insecurities that eat at you. All this fear can make it easy to become unable move forward; however, you have to continue pushing forward. Ultimately the more you care about the project, the more anxiety you will have about it. So you must push onwards to outrun the anxiety and focus on how much this means to you care about what you're putting into the world.
Writer's Block Doesn't Exist. These 3 Issues Keep You From Writing.
The truth is that writer's block isn't real. Or to be more precise, it's a term used to explain or excuse real issues that are preventing you from writing. Writing can be difficult, but not because of writer's block. You have to actually root out the source of what's preventing you from actually finishing your book.
How to Write a Great Query Letter that Gets Instant Manuscript Requests!
Are you hoping to attract your dream literary agent with your manuscript but have no idea where to start with your querying package? Well, you're not alone, & I can help you! Literary agents want to read a quality query letter that's 100% perfect, so this article will teach you how to write one from start to finish with easy-to-follow examples! Click to learn how to write a great query letter today! #queryletterexampleswriters #queryletterexamples #queryletter #howtogetaliteraryagent
Surprising Writing Lessons from a Taekwondo Studio
A recent class at a Taekwondo studio taught me some important lessons about writing. Lessons about training, discipline, and adjusting expectations. Learn more from this post! #writing #writingtips #writingadvice #productivity #writingcoach | writing advice | writing tips | how to write | learn to write | write better |
Celebrating Your Accomplishments as a Writer and Author
Writing can be a grueling, stressful, and taxing venture. You might've already dedicated at least a year, if not more, to your project. Every once in awhile you can stop and marvel at how much you've done. How hard you've worked, pressing yourself into these pages. Let the celebration be both a time to reset yourself and incentivize you to move onwards. You've come so far already, allow yourself to acknowledge this, and push even further.
Is Your Inciting Incident Strong Enough? | Kate Johnston | Writing Coach | Author | Editor
A catalyst for change, the Inciting Incident must be strong enough to launch your protagonist out of their Current World through a Call to Action they cannot deny. Is your Inciting Incident doing the job it needs to do to crack open your protagonist’s comfort zone and push them into a New World?The following blog post describes the Inciting Incident, the role it plays in a novel, and why a weak Inciting Incident can be the downfall of your book. #writingtips #writingcoach #storydevelopment