I know some writers choose their music based on what they’re writing, and choose something different for editing. I prefer silence for both. How about you?
Whether it be books in your genre, or on the subject of your expertise, or blogs on craft or marketing, reading is an important part of writing. What are some of the resources that you think would be valuable for other authors to read?
Until about two minutes ago, today’s post was going to ask you what books you would recommend for your fellow authors. Then I opened my email, and thought I would share someone else’s recommendations instead. David Gaughran has compiled a list of resources that are only 99 cents each, but …
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Which social media site do you think is best for connecting with other authors? And with readers? What’s your favourite in general?
Do you write in longhand first and then type your manuscript into a computer? Some people say they are more creative that way. What do you think?
In case you haven’t already heard the news, Amazon is starting a new platform for serial stories, called Kindle Vella. To start, it will only be available in the United States, but my guess is that it will expand its reach if it is successful. Readers will be able to …
Where do you write? Is it somewhere more comfortable than this?
What fills your tank? What keeps you going?