I made more mistakes than I can count on my way to becoming an award-winning author. Here I’m freely sharing what I’ve learned about writing, publishing and marketing books, and other interesting stuff that may end up in a novel someday.
Tag Archives: publishing
Yesterday’s post listed four of my big mistakes in writing and publishing my first book. Here are five more: Mistake #5: Don’t get lots of feedback Feedback is essential to any writer. Not only can other readers pick up pesky … Continue reading
While the list of mistakes I made while writing my book is a long one, I can easily pick out the top nine. These are the mistakes that cost me the most in terms of time or money. Mistake #1: … Continue reading
One of the biggest mistakes I made in writing and publishing my book was the way I went about publishing it. If I knew two years ago what I know now, I might not have gone the same route I … Continue reading
When I started writing Beyond the Rapids, I thought my main goal was to write a good book. While I ended up with something that eventually won an award, I could have saved myself a lot of time and re-writes. … Continue reading
Ten years and several thousands of dollars spent and what do I have to show for it? Almost 300 copies of my book sold. Not too impressive. Certainly not what I had hoped for. Ten years ago when I was … Continue reading