Ron’s Tuesday’s Tip: One Genre or Multi-Genre?

The real question is Am I able to Write in Multiple Genres?

Ultimately it is your audience that determines the answer to that. However, it is possible that you could end up with a different audience for each genre. In fact, I’d say that is likely that your audiences will change from genre to genre.

Breaking into a new genre (for you) can also be tough. In my case, my primary focus is writing good fiction no matter what the genre. Getting people to like my books is more a matter of marketing than anything else.

Ron’s Tip of the Day When the Unexpected Happens

Welcome to Ron’s Tip of the Day. Throughout the week I will share a tip with you. This is an experiment in microblogging. Let me know how I’m doing. Today I am looking at When the Unexpected Happens. Today started somewhat typical. It began by getting cleaned and dressed, followed by breakfast and devotions. ThenContinue reading “Ron’s Tip of the Day When the Unexpected Happens”

Ron’s Tuesday’s Tip: Taking the First Step

Now she was ready to get the help she needed to become a published author.

Ron’s Tuesday’s Tip: Be A Businessperson

Chances are you’re thinking I’m not interested in a business; I just want to write and sell books. But surprise, writing books is a business!

Friday News : A Christmas After Thought

Another exciting event in 2019 has been my wife’s (alias, Tess) writing career. Despite battling cancer she has been busy writing her first novel. The first draft has been finished and gone through an initial edit. Her next step is to make any corrections needed and send it back to me for editing. She may be working on it right now!

Ron’s Tuesday Tip: Handling Rejection Slips

As a disclaimer I have never received a rejection slip because I have never used traditional publishers. As an Indie publisher I have the ultimate power or authority and I can exercise that authority over when my book is published. I may change my mind, but if I want it published it gets published.

Ron’s Tuesday’s Tip: Choosing a Publisher

These days the author has more responsibility than ever before and more opportunities!
In days gone by the author wrote a novel, submitted it to a publisher, and once accepted, relaxed. But that is no longer true!

Ron’s Tuesday’s Tip: Successful Writing is not a Hobby

I knew nothing about writing other than I wanted to write books, novels in particular. My first step in my journey actually took place as a child. I liked to daydream and I had a good imagination. I would adopt characters from television and I would become that character, then I would fight the bad guys. I was a hero both on Earth and in outer space. But transitioning to a teenager I started writing my stories.