Monthly Archives: July 2015

Dealing with Overwhelm

I’m sure you’re familiar with those moments in life when everything seems to happen at once. You may have deadlines coming up, the computer breaks, a kid is sick, and then the dishwasher leaks water. That’s quite often the time … Continue reading

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When you are Crying Inside

I know those moments. When you think that nothing works. That all your hard work won’t amount to anything. When you think you won’t ever be good enough. When your books don’t sell, nobody looks at your blog posts and … Continue reading

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KU 2.0 and the Freelancer Mindset

You may or may not have heard of the recent changes that Amazon announced for their Kindle Unlimited payments to authors, and the ensuing flailing on the internet. Here’s the very short version, because today’s post is not even about … Continue reading

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Dealing with Summer Distractions

Now it is summer, and for us writers, the distractions multiply: Kids at home, summer activities, invitations, garden work, maybe canning – it’s endless. And all of it usually takes a toll on our writing. It’s hard to say no, … Continue reading

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