The Storm

Photo by Oleg Magni on Pexels.com I'm caught in a twister. I've sewn seeds of destruction. I am working. I'm getting stuff done. That's what I tell myself. Really I'm ripping up the Earth, tearing through the city, not noticing or caring about my own destructive wake. I'm am the twister. I am the storm, … Continue reading The Storm

Stop and enjoy the view

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com What is there to be said of "going with the flow"? I once thought it a virtue, to be the kind of person who willingly moves where life directs. This view was passed down to me by my mother, a veritable "free spirit" if ever there was one, and it … Continue reading Stop and enjoy the view

Jesus > Brand

https://videopress.com/v/TfsVDYaR?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&preloadContent=metadata I realized something recently. Simply put, I don't care about so many things the world cares about. Mere months ago I just could NOT stop thinking about marketing and branding and how to get my various ideas off the ground. I worked day and night and neglected my family and duties in order to … Continue reading Jesus > Brand

Being Sanctified

Photo by Rafael Cerqueira on Pexels.com I've talked a lot about course correction over the past few years, as have many of my compatriots. It's always important to evaluate where you are and where you're going honestly so that you know you aren't off course. As the analogy goes, a very slight miscalculation now will … Continue reading Being Sanctified

Publish and Market Your Book Like a Pro…

Publishing and marketing can be confusing. There's so much to keep track of that sometimes things just get forgotten, left behind, even when we have the best intentions. That's where our publishing and marketing workbook comes in! This workbook will help you create a great publishing and marketing strategy, keep track of all the moving … Continue reading Publish and Market Your Book Like a Pro…

So, You Want to Write a Book?

There's been an explosion of interest in writing books in recent years.  A lot of people dream of writing a book, of writing their story, the one they've lived or one (or all) of the hundreds they've imagined.  Or they want to write about their field of expertise and share their wisdom and knowledge with … Continue reading So, You Want to Write a Book?

Above the Clouds

Photo by Magda Ehlers on Pexels.com Home is above the clouds, where dragons roam and fairies float. Home is in the sky, where mists gather and shatter cloud-made boats. Starlight shines differently there, in the grandest sea there is. Colors flow beautifully, in that fantasy where wizards live. Home is where the stories are, and … Continue reading Above the Clouds

5 Ways to Never Run Out of Things to Say on Twitter

1. Do interesting things - and talk about them. Not everything you say has to be "niche." Share your experiences with your audience!  2. Document a process you're going through. Like writing a book or learning to shoot or getting in shape... Or getting married or learning to fight or growing a garden!  3. Share lessons you've learned … Continue reading 5 Ways to Never Run Out of Things to Say on Twitter

17 Brilliant Quotes on Writing from the Famed Author Ernest Hemingway

In case there was doubt... this is Ernest Hemingway. 1. “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.” 2. “The first draft of anything is shit.” 3. “All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know.” 4. “All good … Continue reading 17 Brilliant Quotes on Writing from the Famed Author Ernest Hemingway

The Independent Indie and The Indie Space

Hello all! Been away for a short period of time, but I wanted to drop a post letting you all know what I've been up to. I'm working on two major projects right now, both of which are shown in the title of this post. What are they? The first is called The Independent Indie: … Continue reading The Independent Indie and The Indie Space