Here’s what’s on our mind, for better or worse! Enjoy the pontification mixed in with some great resources for writers.
This struggle to identify audience is common. Writers often have stories to share and messages to convey, but they find themselves in the weeds with their message, unsure of how to bring it all together. More times than not, this confusion comes down to not knowing who their audience is.
You book needs a GOOD cover. Here’s how to use popular services like Stencil (or Canva) to create a book cover worthy of the book you’ve written! Full transcript: Hey Accelerators! It’s Christopher Maselli with Writing Momentum, and a few days ago, I posted a
Don’t focus on followers; cultivate fans. Or better yet, turn followers into fans. That was the message of a recent social media video Chris and I produced. Viewers immediately posed the question: “How?” In a world that makes a big deal of how many followers
Good question, Maria! Let’s look at the three most common types of publishing: If the company you’re hearing from is legit, it’s most likely a hybrid publishing service. This isn’t a bad way to go, especially if you’re struggling with the traditional and independent publishing
Do you ever need great graphics for social media or even ebook covers, but don’t want to pay a graphic artist? Then it’s time to check out Stencil, the easiest-to-use graphic program available. I’m no artist, but I’ve created most of my own social media
Chris reviews MissingLettr’s Curate – a powerful way to get others to share your content with your target audience. Post great blog articles, get others to share them, and find articles from others that you want to share. Share your content to the curate library,
James, what a great question! A lot of writers—both nonfiction and fiction—wonder what to do when their book is finished. First, congratulations on all you’ve accomplished. You’re tackling the hardest part right now—finishing your book. Your breadth of work shows your dedication. Seriously, that’s the