Special Guest Post: “Using Canva Like an Expert,” by Marsh Ingrao

In today’s busy writing, blogging, and marketing world there is one constant – We do our best when we learn and share with each other. I have been blessed to belong to one of the best author/blogging communities around the web. Today, I begged asked, Marsha Ingrao, to share with my readers her tutorial on how to use Canva. I can attest that it works because … Continue reading Special Guest Post: “Using Canva Like an Expert,” by Marsh Ingrao

Why You Need to Brand Yourself as an Author — E.M. Welsh

Excellent information for writers. Not everyone wants to become a published author, but if you do, please have a read. ❤ As writers embark on their storytelling career, they eventually reach a point where they need to start marketing themselves, be it because the publishing company they are working with won’t do it for them or because they are self-publishing. Source: Why You Need to … Continue reading Why You Need to Brand Yourself as an Author — E.M. Welsh

My thoughts on Indie books

Originally posted on Robbie's inspiration:
Yesterday I chanced upon a post that was, on the whole, critical of Indie books and the writers thereof. The view of the writer was that most bloggers and Indie authors collude together to give misleading and glowing reviews of each other books and that the books in question are often not worthy of the reviews given. To be… Continue reading My thoughts on Indie books