Several weeks ago, I wrote about treating your writing like a mortgage. You owe yourself a daily word count and effort to contribute to your success. Well, I spent five weeks doing great with it. At one point I even exceeded my set pace. With 2541 words ahead, I had given myself two days worth … Continue reading Simplifying the Ascent
One element that is persistently required of your website or blog is consistency. It's vital. By doing so, you create a consistent voice for yourself on the web and it creates content on a calendar. What does "Consistency" in writing blog posts and content on your website mean? Exactly that, it means that there is something … Continue reading NECESSITIES OF SEARCH: CONSISTENCY
Last year was my first at Denver Comic Con as an attendee, this year I'll be there as a panelist, moderator and to mark the official release of The Writer's Conquest: Establish a Brand. ALL WEEKEND you'll be able to find me in Author's Alley. I won't be far from the Umbrella Corps or Xfinity areas. … Continue reading Denver Comic Con Schedule
The Writer's Conquest blog started in 2008. That first year mustered a depressing 164 views. However, after years of posts and hard work there are over 2,000 followers of this blog as well as thousands of unique visits per year. It's been validating to see that people need marketing advice as writers and creators. Now it's … Continue reading BOOK RELEASE ANNOUNCEMENT – The Writer’s Conquest: Establish A Brand
Blog post about the importance of achieving milestones in your personal life & writing. #amwriting
An interview with Zombie Bible series author Stant Litore on his latest, I Will Hold My Death Close. I see if he can handle a baker's dozen bundle of questions.
As we dive into becoming more effective writers, it can be daunting when writer’s block hits you going full steam. You’re in a groove and suddenly a metaphorical train hits you, bringing you to a screeching freeze. Music Playlist Music can drive writing. Oftentimes you know the emotion, or catharsis, a particular chapter or arc … Continue reading Five Exercises to Help You Overcome Writer’s Block