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There is fear in the unknown, and I’m not just talking about the prickly feelings and goosebumps you get when you walk in a graveyard at night or peek out a window from a skyscraper. That fear is legit, no question about it. No one wants to bring a ghost home as a souvenir or … Read More
You’ve heard the advice that the best way to sell a book is to write another. I whole-heartedly believe that to be true, and I’d love to add to that wisdom by noting the philosophy holds true for speaking engagements as well. After speaking at a writer’s conference a few months ago, I was approached … Read More
Photography holds a unique place in our lives. It not only captures moments and memories but also has the ability to emPower, inspire and communicate without words. And, while authors believe that their book’s hold the power of their message, it’s important to not neglect the visual story that should accompany it. I had the … Read More
The digital age has transformed the way we navigate the world, and the same holds true in the author space. In today’s landscape, having a website is not just a luxury; it’s a necessity. Websites are essential tools for authors, books, authorpreneur businesses and more. It serves as a connecting tool… a digital hub so … Read More
A brand is more than a logo. That’s a statement branding experts stand by and business owners, thought leaders and authors seem to question. We can see a logo. We can’t touch a brand. While a logo is a visual representation of a brand, there is much, much more than meets the eye when it … Read More
Why do you want to write a book? And, what will book success look like to you? When I published my first book, I expected to receive inquiries about the book’s content and availability, as well as requests for speaking engagements. However, I was pleasantly surprised to also receive unexpected questions from aspiring authors. People … Read More