I know most books are judged by the cover, unless of course the author has a huge following, then it’s not that big of an issue. The fans may feel a little disappointed in a cover choice, but grab the book to read no less, because they are a fan. That’s a good place to be … Continue reading Cover Design Connecting Two Novels by MLKilian
Thirty-nine things to remember while struggling to build your writing career was an article sent to me via Pinterest by someone very special. I appreciate the fact that she was thinking about me. I guess she was listening more than I thought she was each time I expressed my feelings to her about the whole … Continue reading Advice For the Struggling Writer
Have you ever taken any of the quizzes on Facebook? You know the ones about where you should live, what you should eat, where to travel and finally, the one I took, True Calling. I clicked through a dozen questions and the answer I got for my true calling is that I am a creative … Continue reading Creative Genius – That’s What You Are
I should probably clarify, obstacles come in all shapes and sizes, some are small and some are life changing. So while wearing my salesman hat, aiming to get a buzz about my book, I decided to take a poll about how people approach bumps in the road.
As I work to finish editing part II of the novel Piazza Navona, I also (part-time) attempt to promote my first book. Very difficult task I have to say, considering writing requires you to fantasize a lot and the other requires you to stay all business, warping everything through running through your brain while plotting … Continue reading Indie Author Marketing and Promoting 101