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Today I’m excited to interview the amazing Betsy Streeter! She’s a woman of many talents and pushes boundaries of form and possibility in publishing. You might call her a creativepreneur or a writerpreneur, but both words feel like they’re just
While there are different kinds of freedom that can be essential to our health, the connections between us can be our salvation. Free. Liberating. I had a moment last week that was the most freeing I’ve felt in ages. It
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There are many models for how to write intentionally, and I am so excited to showcase Cory Martin’s today. Cory is an experienced writer (like wow!) and decided she wanted to not only write with intention, but publish with intention.
I have talked a lot about intentional writing, but who is doing this? Who are intentional writers who are actively using their words to make the world a better place? In order to give you a good idea of some
I recently sent out a survey to my writer friends about the kind of information they wanted. More than anything, they wanted to know more about marketing. That’s the big question. How does a writer get their work in front
Monday I met with authors Betsy Streeter and Jeanne Gassman about the benefits and challenges of independent publishing. One of the things that came up over and over again was that Indies do all the things. We have to be
Journeys are unique to the individuals on them. This is true for educational journeys. Some will graduate high school. Some won’t. Some will get a bachelors. Others will go to vocational school. Some will finish with a masters. Still others