05Feb

3 Culprits Stopping You from Successfully Working from Home

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  • Copy Editor, Copywriter, Distractions, Freelance Writer, Freelance Writing, Habits, Having Support, Pay, Salary, Success, Work from Home, Working, Writing, Writing Schedule
The ability to work from home has been one of the best things that’s ever happened to me–it’s also one of the worst. When I work from home, productivity directly affects my income. Meaning, I lose money every time I allow a distraction to consume my time. Seems simple, right? Remove the distraction. Problem solved. Unfortunately, it’s […]
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25Jan

Becoming a Writer

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  • Becoming a Travel Writer, House of Night, Kristin Cast, My Writing, PC Cast, Reading, Reflection, Reminisce, Richelle Mead, Stephenie Meyer, Twilight, Vampire Academy, Working, Writing, Writing Schedule
How did you begin writing? I’ve always thought my path to becoming a writer wasn’t normal, but recently, I’ve begun to wonder if there is such a thing as typical in a writer’s life. Truth is, my inner child shudders whenever I answer this question. Because I know the exact moment I became a writer.
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22Dec

The Never-Ending Battle: Traditional vs Self-Publishing

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  • Editing, Get Published, Narrative Ink, Publishing, Self-Publish, Self-Publishing, Traditional Publishing, Writing
With my debut novel nearly complete, I’ve been contemplating whether or not to pursue traditional publishing (landing an agent, editor, publisher, and contract) or self-publishing (selling my work myself on websites such as Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, iBooks or in independent bookstores).
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