Do NOT Apologize for Your Genre

OK. I’m going to keep this simple, because I like simple. 1. There are people who love reading in every genre. Don’t do them the disrespect of looking down on a genre – even your own. 2. Publishing is HARD. Having novels come out into the world is HARD. The part that should be funContinue reading “Do NOT Apologize for Your Genre”

Three Ways to Help Published Friends

I’ve been thinking about this a lot lately, and I know I’ve done a post similar to this before, but needs change, the market changes… I change… OK. Seriously. The super simple list: Leave a review. Tell your reader friends what a big deal it is for an author to have reviews on book sellerContinue reading “Three Ways to Help Published Friends”

In Brief: Mooshing 2 Genres/Writers Into One Book

I’ve read a few posts on this already, but I’m going to throw my few cents into the conversation. Okay. No cents. Just words. I’m lame. We have this idea that if we write a book that crosses genres rather dramatically, we will widen our audience to epic proportions. So, if we write a bookContinue reading “In Brief: Mooshing 2 Genres/Writers Into One Book”