To The College Writer: Spend No More Than $300 To Self Start

Recently, I wrote a blog post about the ways that you can spend no more than $300 as an entrepreneur, in general, but while we’re on that same topic, this is specifically to the self-starting college student who wants to know how to be an Indie Author on a tight budget. Advertisements

AOTD: Tara Sim ★・゚*。☆

Tara is an artsy writer that is more than creative, she’s actually pretty imaginative, and loves cats. I enjoyed getting to know Tara on Twitter, as I took the time to scroll through her recent tweets to learn more about her. I was intrigued to find that she’s a dedicated writer who doesn’t mind retweeting… Continue reading AOTD: Tara Sim ★・゚*。☆

5 Tips to Entrepreneur​ on a Budget

I’m what they call an “Indie Author” because I control my own profits, what gets published and when, what I create, and how I sell. At best, I’m an entrepreneur. I make and run my own money, and at the end of a night, I create a budget for my daily life as well as… Continue reading 5 Tips to Entrepreneur​ on a Budget

What MAKES an Indie Author? 5 Qualities Indie Authors Have

On social media, there is a special species of creatures that create books, sell them from their houses, borrow ISBN codes, rent out libraries to make their faces known, hide under covers at night hoping to catch all their errors, and hobble on sidewalks wired by coffee. They are more than likely congregated the timelines… Continue reading What MAKES an Indie Author? 5 Qualities Indie Authors Have

How to Write a Novella In Thirty Days: 10 Steps for Every Kind of Writer

Okay, so let’s clear up the rumors. It doesn’t take eight years to write a book, especially, not a novella. People seem to forget that novellas are books too. A novella typically contains anywhere from 20,000-45,000 words while average novels are 46,000-75,000 words. For the sake of this post, I’m going to share with you… Continue reading How to Write a Novella In Thirty Days: 10 Steps for Every Kind of Writer

Tips on Social Media Marketing: Why You Need 2 Engaged Followers vs. 35 Ghosts

As I continue my journey with marketing on social media I’ve come across something really valuable that I want to share with you. It doesn’t matter whether you’re a writer, artist, or someone that just clicked on this out of boredom, I’m sure you can learn something from this kind of social media marketing. This… Continue reading Tips on Social Media Marketing: Why You Need 2 Engaged Followers vs. 35 Ghosts