Hello, Writer, and welcome back to my life.
It’s Writer Wednesday, the day where I give you my tips and advice on the art and the business of writing, and tell you how I do what I do as an indie author.
Today’s question comes to us from patron Kristen Stevens, who asks:
How do you find a cover artist that you like?
That’s it. That’s the question.
So I’ve been learning guitar since I got one for my birthday in March, and let me tell you, it’s HAAARD.
Hello Rebels, and welcome back to my life.
It’s Writer Wednesday, where I talk about what I’M writing and hopefully inspire you to work on what YOU should be writing.
Today I want to talk about sophomore projects and why they often suck.
Good morning, Rebels, and welcome back to my life.
I’m an artist, and you might be, too. And you might entertain ideas of making a living from your art.
But that can be really hard to do. It’s hard to manage yourself as a business and finding an audience gets more difficult every day.
But there’s one problem that can trump all other problems when it comes to making a living as an artist—and that’s failing at the art itself.
Most of the time, though, “failing” in our art isn’t as simple as writing a bad book or painting a bad painting or whatever.
There’s a few common reasons for why we fail, and here’s how to fix five of them.