Writing Lessons from "We Should All Be Feminists"

Writing Lessons from "We Should All Be Feminists"
I read "We Should All Be Feminists" in less than an hour with a toddler and 9-year-old underfoot. I wrote a review for it here, but there are several takeaways from the book from an author's perspective I want to share. Being a successful indie author can take many paths and lead to many destinations for each person. So maybe the lessons I found from Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie will help you.
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Using Guest Posting to Help Market Your Brand

Using Guest Posting to Help Market Your Brand
When you’re full-time – as an employee, parent, student or whatever – and writing on the side, you may not think you have the time to market. Juggling everything can feel like too much. You already need time to write the book as it is. And while you might think buying ads is the best way to market yourself, it’s not.
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Two Financial Tools for Freelance Writers

Two Financial Tools for Freelance Writers
It can be overwhelming figuring out which tech and software you need. There are so many, and everywhere on the interwebs, someone has an opinion on which one to pick. And they all say their widget is the best. Like everyone says that this is the ULTIMATE BUSINESS TOOL YOU NEED FOR BUSINESS NOW...but seriously though?
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3 Paths to Making Money as a Writer

3 Paths  to Making Money as a Writer
You can make money in a lot of different ways as a writer. Here's a short list.

Author: write a book...
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I Turned Down an $18,000 Client

I Turned Down an $18,000 Client

I quit my job with one potential client set up. It was almost a done deal, a sure thing for the year. Discovery calls done, the scope of work understood, proposal sent and pending. A new virtual assistant, inexperienced, but I had a paying client ready for me.

Or did I?
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