Ever dreamed of a life where you could get paid for spending your time reading books? Surprise! I’m about to help you learn how to do just that. In 7 simple steps, you can create a passive income stream that pays you for all the hard work you’ve done reading your favorite books.Read More »Make Money Reading Books
It’s been a while since I’ve really been active. My life got turned upside down in February when my husband got his new job and then we moved out to Denver, which had been a life-long dreams of ours but still represented a major change. We’re still living in the same motel room we were in when we got here. There are still so many pieces of the puzzle that aren’t in place. It’s been hard to get back into the swing of things.
Sometimes the hardest part of writing a story is finding an idea. That’s why I developed The Write Words – a game for where the best story wins. It’s a game you can play by yourself, in a group such as during a party or other social setting, or in a classroom.Read More »Wednesday Writing Prompts With The Write Words
You have dreams and aspirations, but you never seem to be able to make them happen. You’ve spent your whole life struggling for a breakthrough, and you’re sick of the struggle. You don’t know what you’re doing wrong or why your plans just aren’t working. You want 2018 to be different, but you don’t know how to make that happen.Read More »The 5 Things That Are Killing Your Dreams
I was sitting in my Aunt Connie’s garage. There was stuff crammed into every square foot of the space. She was moving. All of this stuff had to be sorted through, packed away, and prepared for the movers. I could feel my heart sinking as I surveyed the mess around us. We would never get this done in time.Read More »Move Forward Monday: Move the Needle Forward
A friend and client of mine sent me over a query letter to review. It was not bad. But, as I told her, it lacked meat. It lacked the kind of things that, based on the information I’ve found, makes editors and agents drool. I put together a Query Letter Outline and am sharing it with you today as we head into the New Year in hopes that THIS is the year you will get your query letter (and your book) out that proverbial door.Read More »Query Letter Outline
Tomorrow at 3 pm CST, I will be joining author Clara Rufai on her Leap and Shine 2016 Teleconference. I’ll be speaking about the topic of Confidence, one I’ve been writing about since June. I’ll be sharing with her listeners the I’ve learned over the past 11 months after taking the leap to a full commitment to my writing business on how to step out in confidence no matter what your situation or circumstance happens to be. However, before I go into that, let me share an excerpt from her book, Prison Break: The 9 to 5 Escape Agenda, that outlines her journey to becoming a published author. It shows the kind of resilience it takes for you to succeed.Read More »Author Spotlight: Clara Rufai
In the last five articles in our Quest for confidence series, I’ve discussed embracing failure, accepting abandonment, and understanding disappointment. This week, we are going to be dealing with doubt. This pertains to self-doubt or doubt in general because the sources and solutions are the same for both.Read More »The Quest for Confidence: Dealing with Doubt