Indie and Traditional Publishing – Neither are for Everybody

on September 24, 2019

This is the 4th post in a series I’m doing on recovering from burnout, or you know…maybe avoiding all together. While current wisdom is that the strongest careers are hybrid careers, meaning an author who is published both with traditional publishers and either indie published, or has books out with a small press, not all

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Social Media isn’t for Everybody

on September 17, 2019

This is the 3rd blog post in a series on Recovering from Burnout, something I have personal experience with. In today’s publishing industry, authors are expected to be Social Media mavens.  It’s written into some publisher’s contracts and an indie published author is under tremendous pressure to put herself and her life out there to

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Bestsellers Lists aren’t for Everyone

on September 10, 2019

This is the 2nd blog post in a series on Recovering from Burnout, something I have personal experience with. Who doesn’t dream of becoming a big time bestselling author when they start out in their writing career?  Listening to the chitchat going on at conferences and the like, we must acknowledge, not very many. I

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