Category Archives: On Writing

Making Money the Traditionally Published Way

I was chatting with some newer authors the other day, and one made the comment that she wanted to self-publish her first book only because that was the only way to make money from books.  A couple of other newer … Continue reading

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Rebecca’s 10 Steps for Writing A Book

1. The fun blank page: yippee! A first meet, hero and heroine, OMG I love this book 2. 25,000 words in: Wait a second. Who’s the bad guy? 3. 50,000 words in: Okay, I figured it out. This will come … Continue reading

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You Know You’re a Writer When…

Hi all!  I’ve been busy hitting deadlines lately, and I haven’t had much time to blog.  I hope you’ve been enjoying all of the guest bloggers through the summer (and we’ll continue on Fridays through the rest of the year)!  … Continue reading

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What NOT to say to an Author

I love being an author, and I’m truly thankful at the chance to do what I really want to do and somehow make a living at it.  I mean, I make stuff up and people pay me.  How great is … Continue reading

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About Being an Author

Hi all!  I was contacted by Bob at Webucator to answer a few questions about being an author, and since I’m in blog mode right now with the blog tour and promo sweep for Marked, which releases on the 22nd, … Continue reading

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