I am now working on an email newsletter to which people can sign up to receive notification of new books,… Read more Newsletter
Professional Ghostwriter’s Handbook is coming soon. The Professional Indie site contacted me about writing a nonfiction how-to for people who… Read more Book Deal
While reading a writing book, I’ve been struck by a novel idea (pardon the pun), which is that writers should have a Mission Statement and a 5-Year Plan.
A basic rundown of an effective novel query format If you look online, there are probably hundreds of query letter… Read more Novel Query Letters
Split testing Facebook videos – how to do it and why you should!
My good friend “D” is a fellow writer, author of several published short stories. His writing is tight, polished, and… Read more From Unpaid Venue to Novel Offer, How?
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For this seventh episode of Writer’s Spotlight, we have Kari Holloway – another member of the…
Just a quick update–a small publisher called Professional Indie has approached me to write a book on ghostwriting.
If you wish to be a copywriter, you’ll need to find clients. This is a challenge, but it’s one that every copywriter has gone through. Here are some tips to make the challenge easier.
Copywriting is the art/science of writing copy that grabs people’s attention. While the copy itself has one goal–get the audience to read the next line, and the one after that–there are elements one can use to support fantastic copy, grabbing attention long enough to get them hooked on the content itself.