Budgets are tight, but the love of reading prevails. Check out this post on 2024 trends involving reading and how it can help your family’s budget.
Solopreneurship is the new oak milk. This profound and accurate statement can be found in a recent (and really good) article on Medium written by Eve Arnold. The gist of the article shares what many of us already know: entrepreneurs are shifting away from running mega corporations and managing huge teams to
As the end of the year nears, the vigor you had to set the world on fire in January has gone stale. So what’s the solution?
Social Media is a necessary part of marketing, but do writers and authors needs to be using ALL platforms? Here’s what we think.
To-Do Lists are awesome. Until they aren’t. What do I mean by this? I’m referring to the time when your To Do List becomes so long and overwhelming, it begins to feel like there’s a hypothetical boulder crushing you. No one likes the feeling of “not enough” and never-ending obligations and tasks can leave us
Authors, did you know that book reviews and guest posts are both a great tools for marketing? The Audrey Press shares thoughts and opportunities for children’s book and adult non-fiction authors.
Guest post by Rae Chesny Not nearly enough people in this world are aware of who Zora Neale Hurston was. Zora was an American author, anthropologist, and filmmaker. She portrayed racial struggles in the early-1900s American South and published research on hoodoos. The most popular of her four novels is Their Eyes Were Watching God,
Everyone has a story to tell. As humans, we are fascinating and complicated. Many of us have weathered storms that others can’t even comprehend or accomplished feats that have made the world a better place. I’ve always found it interesting that the most interesting people I meet usually don’t think they are interesting at all.