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Class is back in session. This time around, I'll be sharing ways in which you can develop your audience. Create Content Consistently Content is the currency of the internet. It's a noisy marketplace where a sea of advertisements and updates flood various timelines. Add to the fact that people's attention spans are getting shorter by … Continue reading Class Notes: Helpful Advice On Growing An Audience + (a bonus doodle)
I'm trying out a platform where people can send money to help me finish a book. No, it's not Patreon.
Transitions are inevitable. In two days, I transition from being 21 to 22. So for the past couple of days, my mind has been wrapped up in nostalgia and thoughts about the future. Transitions are both expected and unexpected. I look forward to them, yet I'm unwilling to open my door when they arrive. Name … Continue reading The Importance Of Transitions
And we're back! In this installment of Class Notes, I will be going over some tips that will help you promote your new book. The information below will be from a section from Poet's Market 2017 titled "6 Ways To Promote Your New Book" by Jeannine Hall Gailey. Click here if you missed the last … Continue reading Class Notes: 6 Promotional Tips For Your New Book
Hey everyone, just a quick update. Earlier this week, I self-diagnosed myself with a condition called "Self Hustle Fatigue." Symptoms include rampant procrastination, unfinished work, and the aforementioned fatigue. I struggled with finding the motivation to do anything productive. Unfortunately, this is a byproduct of being an independent and unknown artist. Without much certainty, it's … Continue reading Self Hustle Fatigue
No, this isn't a cry for help. No, I'm not surrendering. And no, I'm not considering going back to school or becoming a teacher. Safe to say, it's been a touch year for me. As 2017 comes to a close in a few weeks, I want to give a brief recap on what I've done … Continue reading I’m Not Getting A Real Job