When You Feel Like There’s Nothing Worth Writing [Guest Post]

No matter what genre you write in or want to write in the usual advice is to write what you know. But sooner or later every writer wonders, what could I possibly know that’s worth writing about? What this question really translates to is, “What can I write about that others will be interested in reading?”


It’s Not as Deep as You Think: Navigating the Murky Waters of Starting-Out [Guest Post – Essay]

So you wrote a book. Congratulations! So did everyone else. One of the most common questions I get asked is, What now? What happens next? How does a writer proceed beyond this phase, and why is the world of publishing so inaccessible past the writing stage? How do I venture out, and how do I get noticed? I’m here today to take a little mystery out of this process, so you can feel safer in your lifeboat as you navigate the murky waters of starting-out.