3 Things To Do With Ideas that Won’t Go Away

If you’re subscribed to my mailing list, you know I’ve recently released Rumors, a free book for my subscribers. (If you haven’t, you can sign up here, because free stuff is awesome.) Rumors focuses on Crystal, one of the main characters of Weird Theology, and revealing her activities before the first book of the series. …

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The Writer’s Guide to Making Sure You Never Sell A Book

Welcome, dear reader, to the third and final entry in my satirical guide to failure. Next week, I’ll be back to my serious face. If you’ve been following along the last two weeks, you now know how to go broke while writing and know how to make sure you never finish a book. However, if …

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The Writer’s Guide to Never Finishing a Project

Welcome back! If you were here last week, you have already read my foolproof guide to letting your authorial ambitions completely wreck your finances. Excellent! You are now on the path to burning away all of your money and finding yourself broke and destitute. Today, we focus on advice for “being an author”, as opposed …

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How to Go Broke While Writing (A Satirical Approach to Financial Advice)

  When I first decided I wanted to become a serious author, I’ll freely admit I lost myself for a time in dreams of money and financial independence that would result from writing. I was counting my books before they sold, or in some cases were even written. I decided to share some of the …

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4 Bad Ideas for Breaking Writer’s Block

Last week, I talked about how to deal with the bane of every writer: the dreaded writer’s block. However, a lot of writers are willing to try anything to break through. Anything. I’ve been there, attempting the first thing that came to mind. I’ve also gotten some very well-meaning (and even more misguided) advice from …

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