I was doing some research on religious cults, and I wanted to start simple by researching and getting a good grasp on a common and expert definition of a religious cult. I also wanted to read personal accounts from those who had left a cult. Imagine then my shock and horror as it became frustratingly… Continue reading The cult of ____.
There’s been some murmuring that witches are putting hexes on Trump and stuff. So, um, pound me the witch drums, I say.
So I've never been a big Jason Voorhees fan, so naturally I had no desire to watch Jason X. But the other day, I saw it in Netflix and the description started off with, "In the year 2455," and I knew it was gonna be a hot mess. So naturally, I had to watch it.… Continue reading Jason X
Hey fellow writer types... do you have any big, lofty goals for 2019? If not, you probably should. In the very least, plan to keep at it. But I really wanna hear what you have planned. And how you plan to accomplish those goals. So sound off in the comments. Maybe we can all learn… Continue reading What’s your 2019 writing plans?
QUESTION: Name one thing you have lied to yourself about. Why did you do this? I suffer with bipolar and anxiety, I lie to myself all the time. I lie about big things, like about whether I'm worth anything. I also lie to myself about trivial things; like about how grievous it is to make… Continue reading The Inner-Voice Lies
This is a really good, simple approach to building your author platform. Something I myself am having to rethink and start over at doing, because mine was on Google+. Please read the full post, it’s solid and short and sweet.
There are some truly wonderful and very comprehensive articles out there that discuss ‘how to build a successful author platform’ and also the many reasons why you should do so ASAP. But I’m just gonna keep it simple for you (and short), because simple and short has worked for me.
When building your author platform, the four most important things you need to do are:
1) choose ONE social media account to focus on
2) enjoy it
3) consistently use it and;
4) grow it.
In my opinion, if you try to develop multiple accounts at the same time, you’ll:
a) get stretched too thin trying to manage everything and;
b) your author platform/s will therefore suffer.
It’s like catching a train. You don’t stand on the platform waiting to board 10 trains do you? No, you’re waitng for one train and one train only. And once you catch that…
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