I only wish someone would have done this when I first started writing. Instead of trial and error, I would have learned the basics of writing, plus the basics of publishing and marketing.
Did you have a good Christmas? Did you pause to think about Who Christ is? Well, in a couple of days you get another chance. It won’t be about His birth or death, but about how He has blessed you throughout the year. And how he will lead you in the future. New Year’s bringsContinue reading “A New Year Awaits!”
And errors can not only distract they can cripple an otherwise well-written book. Research can save you much embarrassment.
Make use of reviewers. Who are they, especially those with a positive view.
Today’s blog is about the resources available to you the author. Before you dismiss this, consider the following: As an author you will need to access many resources for research, publishing and marketing.
If you have already been writing for awhile you know how important your work place needs to be for optimal results. You know that your work environment impacts your posture, your well being, and your productivity. Since I favor individuality the advice I give leaves you with the ability to conform everything to your wants and needs. This includes the table/desk, the chair, location of resources, and more.
Everyone has a story in them. But not everyone can write. Even those who can write need to be taught. We produced for you this self-teaching book called, So You Want to Write? We decided that as good as the book is, we needed to provide more. So we have created three guides (Authors Writing Guide, Authors Publishing Guide, and Authors Marketing Guide).
“You won’t be a blogging success immediately (although it does happen), but if you stick with it there will be long term benefits.”
My new blog is now called rfrederickriddleblog and is located at wordpress.com. I intend for this blog to be a replacement for and an enhancement of my blog at Goodreads. Please be patient with my as I work on the transfer.
This is your very first post. Click the Edit link to modify or delete it, or start a new post. If you like, use this post to tell readers why you started this blog and what you plan to do with it. Happy blogging!