Megan Linski-Fox As an individual with a rare chronic disease, I’ve centered my career in writing stories about disabled characters. Disabled people are everywhere, and they deserve to have their stories told—and not just those about their conditions. It’s not
Angie Martin When dealing with mental illness, it’s often hard to power through the low points, let alone write your next book. But there are several things you can focus on during these times, as well as every day, to
Just one facet of being a published indie author is universal, and that is technology. You are free to choose the genre, the tropes, and the story arc of every work you produce. You’re able to choose how words appear
Angie Martin As a gorgeous art form that has survived the centuries and that readers around the globe admire and revere, poetry can be more like music than a storytelling genre, with stanzas and word choice providing a unique cadence
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/so-money-with-farnoosh-torabi/id955939085?mt=2Award-winning financial journalist Farnoosh Torabi interviews financial leaders, authors, and influencers “about their financial perspectives, money failures, and habits” on So Money on CNET. The show updates every two days, and on Fridays, Torabi answers money questions from listeners.
Lasairiona McMaster Indie authors face numerous challenges: the ever-changing landscape of social media platforms, suppressed visibility, the constant battle to get your books in front of readers’ faces, marketing woes, and more. How can you tell whether you’re making any
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