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I’m a project manager at heart. I love a GANTT chart and live and die by my To-Do list. I organize my organizer. I set goals, I set milestones and then.....I listen for that WOOOSHING noise they make as they go by. Because even people like me who really love the...read more
We all remember the story of the tortoise and the hare. They were invited to a race. The hare was fast, but he lacked discipline, and even though he sprinted out to an early lead, he took a nap along the way, and the tortoise passed him up. Productivity in writing is...read more
Happy Turkey-Week eve! Just a quick note this crazy week before Turkey Day (at least for you in the U.S.) to let you know what's going on around SavvyAuthors. We're going to send out updates twice a month to keep you up to date and to celebrate our members'...read more
How To Make It Big Or Otherwise In the Book Biz. Ok, ok, calm down. I’m not using my monthly Pro Rookie soapbox to promote a new book or anything—gazes up at the post title and ponders the possibilities for about a half second before letting it go—I’m just here to...read more
The ending of a story -- whatever its length -- owes its success (or lack of success) to its structure, and the strength of its structure depends on the placement of three weight-bearing columns. In story, the names of those columns are the climax of Act I, the...read more
Identify Your Ideal Reader (Why it’s important, how to do it, and how to use that information) by Selena Blake
So, what in the world is an Ideal Reader and why would you want one? Your ideal reader, this unicorn, if you will, is the person who is going to adore your next book and tell all her friends about it. Sound like a reader you want in your tribe? Read on, my friend....read more