PitchWars is an annual writing contest where writers all over the world compete for the chance to be mentored by traditionally published authors. If you have a completed novel, you can enter. While mentors comb through entries, everyone involved in the contest spends about a month on Twitter making friends, talking about writing, and sharing … Continue reading PitchWars: Should You Enter?
Last night I canceled my chat. I think there was some surprise, and there was a little disappointment. But I've been running it since April, and while it has been fun and I've made a lot of friends, I think I managed to get all that I could out of it. Let me explain. There … Continue reading Why I Canceled my Twitter Chat
As always in conversations about self-publishing, the subject of marketing your book comes up. I hosted a Twitter chat last week on Self-Publishing, and people wanted to talk more about marketing than anything else. I get this. I mean, we all want people to find our books; we write so people can read our work. … Continue reading Five Reasons Why I’m Not Marketing My Books Right Now