When you’re writing a story – you’re marketing. You may not realize it but that’s exactly what you’re doing. And, the better your story is the better your marketing will be to sell it. This week we’re going to go
Tekeyla Friday – lives in a rural hamlet in Saskatchewan where she can see sunrises and sunsets. She is an artist and a writer. She started writing stories at eight-years-old. She enjoys crafting stories, poetry and scripts for young readers.
Brandi Barnett is originally from Macon, Georgia and currently resides in Texas. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Child & Family Development & Masters of Education in School Counseling from American Military University. She has explored the different aspects
Deborah Hunt is a doctorally prepared nursing professor/executive director who lives in New York with her family and the incorrigible Chewy Belle. Deborah has published multiple nursing articles, three nursing textbooks, several short stories for children, two picture books, a
Listen and watch to Jeff S Bray as he sits down with a camera and some questions to bring you his personal insights about himself, his latest work, and what motivates him to write!
Becoming a first time published author is a huge deal, especially when you write because you truly love to do so. However, due to the fact that there are millions of books on the market, you will need to actively