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The Power of the (Corona) Curve

The Power of the (Corona) Curve

The Power of the Curve is taking what life brings you and making the most of it. I won’t keep you in suspense for any longer… In my upcoming memoir “The Power of the Curve” – here’s what that phrase means: Power of the Curve: The power of movement, of change. It’s the...

What’s Next for Authors?

What’s Next for Authors?

“Where are we going from here?” If you depend on a little thing called “money” to survive and thrive - it’s a necessary question. If you’re an entrepreneur in any sense of the word - authors included - it can be a question that provokes curiosity, fascination, even...

Post Pandemic Paradigm Shift

Post Pandemic Paradigm Shift

“The writer's curse is that even in solitude, no matter its duration, he never grows lonely or bored.”  Criss Jami I’ve coined a new term - “post pandemic paradigm shift.”  As authors and chronic observers we’re always looking down the road, curious about the next...

Seeing Through a Bigger Lens

Seeing Through a Bigger Lens

Several years back, when I was doubting myself and my potential to make an impact on people’s lives, a friend and constant cheerleader told me, “Christine I see you through a bigger lens than you see yourself.” She convinced me to keep the faith, believe that if I...

The Art of Brevity

The Art of Brevity

How mastering the art of brevity can transform your writing from good to great! “Pascal once wrote a long, drawn-out letter to a friend, then apologized in the postscript that he didn’t have time to write a short one. Like Pascal, screenwriters learn that economy is...

3 Things Working for Authors in 2020

3 Things Working for Authors in 2020

3 Things Working for Authors in 2020 That Will Help YOU Reach Your Writing Goals Faster! Talent is required, but much of writing is a matter of craft, which develops with time, attention, patience and practice, like playing an instrument or learning to dance. Susan...

Advice for 2020: Walk the Walk

Advice for 2020: Walk the Walk

My advice for 2020 for authors and others in the business of attracting attention, is to walk the walk. “Authenticity requires a certain measure of vulnerability, transparency and integrity.” Janet Louise Stevenson If you are in the business of selling anything...

First Lessons I Learned About Publishing a Book

First Lessons I Learned About Publishing a Book

The first (and most important) lesson I learned about publishing a book is – “the buck stops here.” I’ve been helping authors write books and then guiding them through the often thorny jungle of publishing and self-publishing, since 2001. The first and most important...

3 Lessons for Authors From Cartoons

3 Lessons for Authors From Cartoons

3 lessons for authors from cartoons to use in your writing. “We didn't make pictures for children, we didn't make pictures for adults. We made them for ourselves.” Mel Blanc One of the best parts of being a kid came on Saturday mornings, waking up and running into the...

 

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