Writing An eBook in a Week.
Writing Considerations for Beginning E-book Writers.
So you’ve decided you want to take a stab at writing e-books? Well, here are a few things you should keep in mind before publishing your own works, or working with an editor and publisher. No, I’m not talking about the technical aspects nor specifically about one’s writing skills, but the goals one sets and frame of mind it will take to succeed.
The 30 day writing project continues after a few days break. This time reflecting has enabled one of the characters to live longer than expected.
A reflective report as I begin Day seven of my 30 day writing project, discovering that even writers need to have a life.
When writing slows down it’s time to consider why. Today’s theme is about time management, with a little pondering over the weather thrown in.
Reflections on a writing journey started during the busiest time of the year. Have I allowed enough time to complete my challenge of turning a short story into a chapter book for kids?
Day four of one writer’s attempt to transform an almost forgotten piece of early writing into a children’s chapter book with more action and depth.
This is a transcript of the article published just today in the local paper – The Nelson Leader – talking about my latest releases in e-book format.
There are times when you have to seriously wonder how genuine the so-called fan base at this site can possibly be, when e-books over which you sweated blood before finally publishing them get – to say the very best of it – a less than lukewarm reception from the readership.