12: Big Rocks for 2022

The big rocks first principle works, but there are problems with the analogy. For authors, it is essential to decide what your big rocks are to avoid failure. The big rocks first principle works, but there are problems with the analogy. For authors, it is essential to decide what your big rocks are to avoid…

10: Reduce Friction for Writing

Reducing friction is one of the most overlooked keys to getting things done. For the author, friction can come in many forms, but there are ways to reduce or eliminate friction and get the work started!  Links: WritingPursuits.com Instagram: @WritingPursuitsPodcast Writing Pursuits Author Community WordMarkerEdits.com KathreseMcKee.com Mailerlite (affiliate link) Other links from episode: Leuchttrum1917 journals…

9: Self-Editing Overview

Show Notes If you can get good at self-editing, you will save money by making it easier and thus less expensive for your editor to do their job.  Today, I’m going to give an overview of a process any author can use to save time. You can save yourself from making twenty passes through your…

8: Should You Write a Series?

Is writing a series for you? Or are standalone books better for you? Why would you choose to write a series? What are the pros and cons? Links: WritingPursuits.com Instagram: @WritingPursuitsPodcast Writing Pursuits Author Community WordMarkerEdits.com KathreseMcKee.com Mailerlite (affiliate link) Guests’s Links: ChrisFoxWrites.com

5: Choosing Point of View

When you are planning your novel, how do you decide whose point of view to tell it from? If your novel has two protagonists, how do you decide which one gets the scene–Character A or Character B? Do you choose one, two, or more points of view? Today, we have covered: Types of Point of…