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Courses

I set up a new system for courses and have a few here. But they need work, I’ll continue to improve them! For the past 5 years I’ve been helping authors, artists an entrepreneurs start and launch profitable online businesses. This generally includes: Finding out who your people are and what they want Making it easy for people to support …

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What’s the worst that could happen?

It’s Sunday. I’m feeling sad, nostalgic, as I tend to do on Sundays (through strangely, haven’t in a long time…) I’m not stressed, which is a major change – I’ve been behind on work for going on two years, but I stopped accepting clients until I can catch up and things are starting to become manageable again. The strange thing is, I’ve …

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Community: creating a tribe of exceptional people

-part 5 of 6- Many people may balk at putting community so late in the process, instead of part of publicity, especially since social media, guestposting, etc. depend on peers and networks. The difference is, I don’t believe the contacts you’ve made with publicity in mind are true friends, and their value is marred by your attitude and relationship towards …

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How to sell art (lessons from the Big Eyes movie)

A weekend artist, who secretly supports himself with a real estate job because he can’t make a full-time living with his paintings, meets a divorcee and hobby painter with a unique style. They try selling cheap at weekend markets. They can’t get into the art galleries because they’re only looking for modern, abstract stuff. So he rents out the walls …

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How to become a bestselling famous novelist (truth and formula in fiction writing)

I got sucked into a novel yesterday, which I rarely do. The writing is great. Opening sentence: “In strewn banners that lay like streamers from a longago parade the sun’s fading seraphim rays gleamed onto the hood of the old Ford and ribboned the steel with the meek orange of a June tomato straining at the vine.” But it’s not …

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Do we live in a post-plagiarism word?

Today I read two articles. The first is the plagiarism case indie author Rachel Ann Nunes raised against Tiffanie Rushton, an elementary school teacher. Tiffanie allegedly took Rachel’s self-published book, added some sex scenes and republished it as her own. Rachel has already spent $20,000 in court fees and is using PRweb.com to get the word out so she can raise $100,000 …

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