Sunday Letters has been on the go about 18 months or so and over the 77 odd issues, the format has been pretty much one dimensional and simple: an article. But now it’s time for change. When I started writing again I decided to forget about monetising and just write about things that interested me. […]
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Today is the launch of The Writer’s Giveaway. If you are a writer, blogger or indeed a creative in any medium and you market your work online then you’ll love these prizes I have for you. What’s unique about this Giveaway is that everyone wins. All you have to do is enter!
How do I launch this book successfully? I haven’t got a fucking clue how to launch a book, to be honest, I’m just winging it. I’ll try things that seemed to work for me for other things before like running a giveaway, but apart from that I really don’t know.
I’ve been working away on a book marketing plan for The Artist’s Manifesto recently. More specifically I’m looking to LinkedIn to market my book. So in today’s episode of The Daily Larb Podcast I want to share with you a little of how my LinkedIn book marketing will work.
The 3700 words of The Artist’s Manifesto were written in May 2017 and outline my entire creative philosophy for life and work. In writing this manifesto and 130+ articles on that year, I outlined the nature who I am, what I stand for and my relationship with the world
The Sunday Letters newsletter is going just under a year now and recently there have been both a clear out of inactive subscribers and a flurry of new subscribers joining the weekly online publication.
Writer’s block is a self-created anxiety. It resides within the psychological structures of the mind and has no physical reality independent of that. Therefore, writer’s block is within our mental capacity to overcome, just as it was within our capacity to create. The fundamental cause of writer’s block is that the problem seems so real.