Learn how to gain exposure through being published by writing a quality query letter.
You’re the playlist I drive to. The very notes I write to. The same tunes that soothe and uplift my mood.
I'm trying out a platform where people can send money to help me finish a book. No, it's not Patreon.
The World Wide Web wed us all into a matrimony of mouse clicks and keyboard strokes. Profiles would then file us into friends and followers. Come along. Share your thoughts and comments. Even if you rarely visit like a comet. Still you are welcomed, my long lost accomplice. Whether scrolling or patrolling, I'll be waiting … Continue reading When I Met You On The Internet
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
When the sun dies down, we all blend in with the shadows. When we sleep, the darkness blankets us. Whispering safety. It's beautiful. The blackness that reveals the galaxies and paints the skyless universe; finds refuge in our skin. Be blacker than ever. Black as the weather. A mighty terror. A hidden treasure. … Continue reading Black is Beautiful
Welcome to the first installment of Class Notes! Before we get started on today's lesson, let me first give a brief introduction into what you can expect. Through this series, my desire is to equip writers and poets with useful knowledge that will help them reach their full potential and become noticed by a wider … Continue reading Class Notes: Basics to Publishing Your Own Poetry