“Tolkien’s 10 Tips for Writers” Plagiarized by EssayMomma

Last year I wrote a very popular blog post titled “Tolkien’s 10 Tips for Writers”.  It was the product of several months of pouring through Tolkien’s letters found in “The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien” by Humphrey Carpenter.  I performed all of the research into the letters myself, designed all of the tips tailored as I felt Tolkien wouldContinue reading ““Tolkien’s 10 Tips for Writers” Plagiarized by EssayMomma”

Guest Post: “3 Deadly Traps for a Writer” on Jonathan Gunson’s Blog

I have a good working relationship with Jonathan Gunson, best selling author and indie publishing guru.  He asked to post one of my recent articles on his website, and as always I happily obliged. Thanks again, Jonathan! Find the guest post here.

Weekly Roundup: 10/20/12

I am feverishly working to ensure that Book 2 of This Broken Earth is 10 times more exciting than Book 1 (even if it is nearly half as long as the first installment).  The first installment took place over the course of a couple of months, but it only takes the The U.S.S. Ronald Reagan 7 days toContinue reading “Weekly Roundup: 10/20/12”

An Interview With Best Selling Author Jonathan Gunson

This week I caught up with author Jonathan Gunson, creator of the best selling book The Merlin Mystery.  He has also written a fantastic book about how to virally market a book to an audience and to the publishing industry.  I want to thank him for taking the time to answer my questions. 1.  HowContinue reading “An Interview With Best Selling Author Jonathan Gunson”

How to Network Your Writing Platform

If you are a writer and you have chosen not to network because you don’t have time and you are sitting in your writing cave, churning out tomes of material that few people see, then come out into the sunlight of social media and blogging and grab a shovel.  There is work to be done.Continue reading “How to Network Your Writing Platform”