Here are a few tips and life hacks to help you crush procrastination and improve your blog or writing project.
Welcome to the premier issue of Wild Rider Magazine including discoveries from around the web, tips, hacks and a sweet recipe.
My Facebook page blew up with comments after I shared an article written for The Guardian by Ros Barber entitled, “For me traditional publishing means poverty, but self-publishing? No way.” Whoa! She believes that making a living as a writer is almost impossible when being traditionally published since authors receive such a low percentage on... Continue Reading →
If you let your subconscious take over, it will do a better job of creating conflict and writing a book.
Monday morning, I drank my first cup of coffee of the day and alternated between checking blog stats and answering comments. Then a very loud voice shouted in my head. “THINK BIG!” I stopped what I was doing. Did you say Think big? “YOU’RE THINKING TOO SMALL,” the voice bellowed again. I sat up and pondered... Continue Reading →
I’ve been to spam prison and the school of 'We’ll Knock Your Ass Down and See How Fast You Get Up, Sucker,' but through it all I’ve been that long-lasting sponge that soaks up information without the nasty smell. So I will begin 2016 with a new series. One that will help you transform into... Continue Reading →
Need a new blog post? Seeing a lot of the same ideas floating around the Interwebs and don't want to drown in oversaturation? Trying to come up with something new but just can't think of anything? Here are 12 new blog post ideas for whatever time of year it is, even if it's not November... Continue Reading →
I bet you're addicted. Come on. Admit it. How many times an hour do you check stats, emails, social media or text messages? Is it hard to unplug? How long do you procrastinate before settling down to do real work? Although I have found my passion in writing and always meet deadlines, I recognized my... Continue Reading →
A few years ago, a friend made a comment which changed my life. “You really should write these stories down,” she said after laughing at one of my wild tales. This began a whole new adventure. The germ of an idea for a humorous non-fiction book about Boulder women was born. Editors suggested I blog... Continue Reading →