Authors have been talking about the new EU privacy law known as GDPR and what it means for writers. We might assume it doesn’t apply to us, but it’ll affect most of us in surprising ways. Kharma Kelley is here with all the answers for how we need to get ready.Pin It
Sometimes a “refresh” of our brand isn’t enough to match the changes we want to make to our online life. Let’s explore what we might want to watch out for when we’re considering a major change.Pin It
Our platform consists of online components, such as our website and social media accounts, that we use to get our messages out. But we can fall behind on keeping those components up-to-date and need to do a little spring cleaning.Pin It
Every blog is unique. Every blog’s community of visitors—and their tendency to leave comments or their style of comments—is unique as well.
Here, I’ve been blessed with a great community of blog readers, and as part of my website resign, I tried to find a better comment system to help.
A few weeks ago, I hinted that I’ve been busy working on a secret project. If you’re visiting this post online, you can see the evidence of that project right here: a brand-spanking-new website! Shiny!Pin It
Approximately seventy bajillion new books are released every day (give or take a few bajillion). Our newly released books might have a hard time being noticed, so when we find readers who like our work, we want to make sure they’re still in our audience for our next book. Enter the email newsletter.Pin It
On social media, I often encourage people to ask me questions. That’s not a superficial platitude. I am pathologically helpful, so when a reader asked for my advice about blogging, specifically how we would start and when we should get started, I decided to do a mega-link post with all my tips.Pin It
As authors, we’re often told to blog, but we don’t hear as much about the nitty-gritty of how to do so. If we take the time to blog, we want to make sure our time is well spent. So let’s review some tips, tricks, and “best practices” for how to reach our goals with blogging.Pin It
Those of you who follow me on Twitter know that I’m always on the lookout for great writing resources. Over three years ago, I discovered one of the best: The Bookshelf Muse, written by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi. They’re also the genius duo behind The Emotion Thesaurus. If you’re not […]Pin It