Branding, Thirty On Tap

New Year, New Grind: 5 Ways to Recharge Your Hustle for 2017

To say that 2016 was a rollercoaster is an understatement. We went through a lot this year: violence in the streets, endless high-profile deaths, and – of course – the most polarizing presidential election in recent history. One thing, however, that remains constant for all girlbosses is the grind. The hustle never sleeps but it… Read More New Year, New Grind: 5 Ways to Recharge Your Hustle for 2017

Author Spotlight, Branding

Guest Post: Five Ways To Grab More Readers

This week, indie writer Kyle Bell is giving us his five tips on book marketing –  a topic all indie writers should read up on frequently.  From building a community to selecting the best editor, Kyle’s  no-nonsense tips for book branding success are sure to give your goals a shot in the arm! As an… Read More Guest Post: Five Ways To Grab More Readers

Branding

LinkedIn for Indie Authors: Is It Effective Branding?

Writing is my life but I’m truly a salesperson at heart. Although I majored in Fine Arts, I minored in Marketing. It probably should have been the other way around but what do you expect when you ask a perpetually stoned 17-year-old to plan her future? I spent over a decade selling everything from ad… Read More LinkedIn for Indie Authors: Is It Effective Branding?

Branding, Writing

Wonderment: Three Things I Learned at My First Writers Conference

Now that I (think I’ve) found my writing style and voice, produced five books, and made a considerable amount of author buddies online, I decided that it was time for me to take it to the next level: Conferences! Yes, the hustle and bustle of conference life in something I’ve dealt with in the past,… Read More Wonderment: Three Things I Learned at My First Writers Conference