These days thoughts of marketing are a near constant. My motto has become “Do more today because what you did yesterday wasn’t enough.” I’m always trying new thing, but recently I’ve been focusing on some old school methods.
It is largely accepted our society is such that technology literally changes from day-to-day.
As of late the hot button approaches for marketing are twitter, facebook, websites and all things social media. No matter what you’re doing…Continue
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“But why is the Rum gone?”
Or so said Johnny Depp in one of his pirate movies. I’m certain, for his character in any event, the rum was his muse or at a minimum his motivation.
However, the Bacardi I‘m talking about is not actually a distilled spirit, but you could call this Bacardi a muse. Of sorts.
Bacardi is one of my Australian Shepherds. He’s also very supportive of my writing; however, I feel his support has more to do with the fact…Continue
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Research is always a tricky thing. I've heard different, if not competing views, from almost every writer with whom I discuss this subject. Some advocate for only internet using the Google approach. I'm not the head cheerleader of this movement, but I will say that you can find a lot of info on virtually every subject. Also with Google's satellites and imaging, Google also makes it easy to visit about anywhere without leaving the comfort, or the shackles, of your writing sanctuary. I…Continue
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One question I have struggled with and, likely will continue to just be befuddled about, is when do you share what you have written. Particularly when the writing is going to be fiction length.
I struggled with this concept while writing The Trust. Not knowing the protocol - translate that I just had no clue when to let others read what I had written - when I finished the first draft of the Prologue to The Trust, I decided to have another set of eyes look over my efforts.