Tag Archives | book craft

Imposter’s Syndrome

I recently was asked to speak on a topic near and dear to my heart—writing. Afterwards, I received a lot of authentic, positive praise that went far to reassure my spirit that I did my best. But in addition to the encouraging feedback, I also received some “friendly advice.” Hey, I welcome criticism (to a point) […]

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Carving Out Time for Writing

Often authors, writers, aspiring authors, journalists, and those who journal, struggle with finding time. For many it seems like a luxury to do so, or a guilty pleasure. Many people believe the writing life is a combination of taking naps and nature walks for inspiration, then opening a laptop at a favorite café and instantly […]

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Writing That Gets Noticed: Find Your Voice, Become a Better Storyteller, Get Published.

This ultimate writer’s handbook by Estelle Erasmus is something I wish I’d read when I entered the world of journalism. Ironically, those are the very same words the author opens her introduction with. To answer the call, she’s created a must-have resource for both the new writer and the seasoned writer who need direction, inspiration, […]

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Book Craft With Amber Daulton

Amber Daulton has been writing professionally and offering various author services since 2012. Now she’s branched into the art of book cover design with her freelance company, Satin Rose Designs. She’s currently accepting new clients and would love to work with you. What is your book craft? At Satin Rose Designs, I offer a wide […]

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Advice From Pros: Marika Flatt

Founder of PR by the Book, Marika Flatt, is a “connector” by nature, is a past-president of Women Communicators of Austin, serves as an Expert for Independent Book Publishers Association (IBPA), is listed on Twitter’s Women in Publishing (#womeninpublishing) and has served on the selection committee for the Texas Book Festival. Marika has been a […]

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