Author: tiffanyshand

What Should Authors Blog About?

What Should Authors Blog About?

Many authors are told to start a blog when they first start out to start building their brand and establishing their author platform. Even publishers recommend this. But what the heck are you supposed to blog about? This is especially hard for fiction authors. They can’t always write posts related to their books or readers would […]

Pinterest For Writers

Pinterest For Writers

In today’s post I’m going to be talking about and combining two things I love: writing and Pinterest. I’m a bit late in joining the Pinterest bandwagon and only started using it a few months ago. What is Pinterest? Pinterest is a cool social media platform for sharing, collecting and organising links and images. Unlike Facebook […]

Writing A Business Plan For Writers And Creatives (Plus Free Template)

Writing A Business Plan For Writers And Creatives (Plus Free Template)

This week I’m going to be talking about writing a business plan for writers and creative entrepreneurs. Now a lot of writers and creatives often think that business plans don’t apply to them. Business plans are for business or big companies, right? Wrong? Whether you’re a writer, blogger or small business owner having a business […]

5 Tips On How To Avoid Getting Overwhelmed As A Writer

5 Tips On How To Avoid Getting Overwhelmed As A Writer

Whether you’re a freelance writer, novelist, blogger or any other kind of writer it’s easy to feeling overwhelmed by everything. Many authors, bloggers and freelancers can soon be overwhelmed by the amount of work they have to whether be writing posts, working on your business or doing work for clients. There never seem to be […]

Twitter For Writers: How To Use Social Media To Promote Your Book

Twitter For Writers: How To Use Social Media To Promote Your Book

When I first started using Twitter, I really didn’t understand it and it certainly took longer for me to figure out than Facebook. But here’s a list of how Twitter can help you to promote your book: Know your audience and understand them. Success on Twitter or any marketing effort starts with understanding your target […]