Blog & Pod
Here’s what’s on our mind, for better or worse! Enjoy the pontification mixed in with some great resources for writers.
Writer’s conferences are perhaps the successful writer’s best kept secret! They are well worth the cost and can give you a leap forward in your writing career. This week on the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena talk about writer’s conferences and why there should be one in your future.
Sometimes all you need to write a strong fiction book is a good idea. But what if you could make that good idea GREAT? In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena talk about how to find the “golden thread” in a web of ideas that make your book really stand out from the crowd.
Pinterest is a search engine platform people go to when they’re looking for solutions–and that includes your books! In this Writing Momentum podcast episode, Chris and Gena talk about the draw of Pinterest and why it may be a good support for your writing career.
Last week, Chris and Gena talked about the importance of building a simple newsletter for your audience. This week, they discuss five things you should always include in your email newsletter for maximum effect. If you’re not sure where to start, this is the place!
Building an email list may be the most powerful tool in any writer’s arsenal – especially independent authors. In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena discuss how you can create a newsletter, why a “simple” newsletter is often preferable, and tricks they’ve learned to improve its success.
Joining a Mastermind for writers, for small businesses, or for entrepreneurs may be just the “secret sauce” you need to finish writing your book, get published, establish your branding, or jumpstart your sales. In this episode of the Writing Momentum podcast, Chris and Gena discuss how joining masterminds impacted their writing and publishing lives, and why it may be life-changing for you, too.
When it comes to charging for your writing, many authors don’t know where to start. How much do you charge per hour? Per project? How much is too little? How much is too much? In this episode, Chris and Gena talk about that and recommend a formula they’ve used for years.