I use Scrivener for all my writing projects and one of those project is called Marketing ME.
Marketing ME - with Scrivener
Here's what the binder in my Marketing ME project looks like today, and yes, there is a typo ...
Last Sunday, I attended a full-day workshop on how to develop a writer's presence online.
The class comprised novel writers, short story writers, a poet, and several bloggers - a truly mixed bunch of writers, all keen to come to grips with the technology of websites, social media opportunities and the mysteries of the Internet.
Why did I drive a round trip of 167 miles?
I already have a website, and a presence...
Today's guest is Alinka Rutkowska, fellow Wrimo and Scrivener fan.
Back in March 2016, Alinka shared how she uses Scrivener in her writing. Since then, she and I have been talking and finding that we have much in common.
We're learning all the time, and we make mistakes along the way. We both want to share what we've discovered, to help other writers enjoy the same success we've had, without the setbacks.
I've yet to meet a writer who says 'yes please' to the prospect of spending time on marketing, and many shy away from attending marketing summits.
As a writer, I too don't want anything cutting into my precious writing opportunities. But ...
January is almost over and I'm taking stock of 2015 already. If you're anything like me, you made several New Year resolutions:
To get that novel finished
To self-publish said novel
To crack the code for social media exposure
To market your novel to the world
To retire, wealthy, to a desert island!
I wonder which of these is your highest priority.
Highest priority: building an audience
Yes, for me, it's building an...