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.
Writer Wednesday (and all my videos) are supported by my patrons on Patreon, so if you want to toss me some cash for the advice…do that here.
Today’s question comes from patron Ryan Starbloak, who asks:
How do you get more Amazon reviews? It can be very tough when you’re first starting out. You ask people, and a very small tiny percentage of them actually do it. Some people will accept a book for review and post review on their blog, not on Amazon. How do you deal with all this stuff?
Hello, Rebel, and welcome back to my life.
Today I want to talk to you about comics.
Comics are something that I love kind of unconditionally, with my whole soul, and I’ve been thinking a lot about why that is.
Hello, Writer, and welcome back to my life. Second Writer Wednesday today! (Catching up on a backlog).
Today’s question comes to us from patron @SamReevesArt, who asks:
At what point did you realize that writing quickly could produce good stories, and what triggered that trust?
Warning up front: this answer is inevitably a bit of a ramble. I’ve been thinking about this a lot.
I’ve gone through many evolutions in my thoughts and thinking about what makes good writing, and how speed of writing plays into good writing.
Hello Writer, and welcome back to my life.
Today’s question comes to us from patron Kristen Stevens, who asks: “How do you find an editor that you trust?”
Simple question, not the simplest answer in the universe.
Today, patron Sam Reeves wanted to know how to create characters who have rooms for arcs of growth, yet aren’t so wimpy the reader hates them! I did my best to answer.