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Nanowrimo Castle – help me choose!

Last year I rented a chateau in France for Nanowrimo. We got some great press coverage and had an amazing time. All in all, I think we did pretty well. I love the idea of running writing retreats in castles, so I’m doing it again this year. Last year I built a big sales page and offered a ton of …

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Start Here

  Do you consider yourself a creative person? Would you like to have more time to develop your passions, improve your skills, and do what you love? The easiest way to make that happen is to start putting out more value into the world, by creating things that resonate with other people; creating with an audience in mind makes it much …

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Guerrilla Publishing

This course isn’t ready yet – but grab the FREE guide and learn the book marketing strategies I’ve used to go from zero to 7K in Kindle sales. Click here to download it now.   The Most Step by Step System Ever Created for Publishing, Marketing and Launching your Book – so you can FINALLY make a living as an …

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Let your light shine – how to live a luminous life

When I started Creativindie, I mapped out a 6-step process to Creative Independence. The ultimate goal of that process was Luminosity – becoming a generous beacon, a shining light, helping others achieve their own meteoric rise. I’ve said that this can only be achieved if you’re a successful artist, but this isn’t exactly true. I haven’t focused on philanthropy yet because in …

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ALL self-publishing is a SCAM. It’s “impossible” to earn any money!

The title of this post is tongue-in-cheek, but it highlights an important issue. A lot of authors have been burned by predatory publishing companies, marketing firms or services promising the world and delivering little. Usually, authors spend way too much on their first book and see no results, then spend two years figuring out what went wrong, before finally learning …

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How to get more customers and clients (by meeting them where they are)

Recently I figured out that far more people are searching for “how to write a book” than “how to market a book” – because far more people want to write books than people who actually finish writing one. The insight I gained from that was, I can’t just be targeting clients and customers where I want to reach them. There’s a …

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