Authors and Writers Get the Skinny on Purchasing and Using Photos

Question: This is a two-part question. First, I use photos to accompany or enhance my blog posts. Some clients expect me to incorporate photos into a blog post or article I write for them. Do I need to purchase extra licenses? As a freelance writer my business is writing, not photography. Second, what kind of […]

Why Amandah aka Savvy-Writer Became a Freelance Writer

Question: Amandah, why did you become a freelance writer? What’s appealing about it? How difficult is it to think of blog post and or article topics? What is your writing process? Do you suffer from writer’s block? How do you stay ‘sane’ in a competitive market? I want the 411! Answer: Thank you for asking. […]

Self-Published Author Confesses to Editing Fetish

Question: As a self-published author, I edit and proofread everything I read. I read books, blogs, eBooks, magazines, and newspapers with an eagle eye. I can’t stand to read long-winded sentences. I want to shout, “Say what you want to say and say it!” My issue is I spend countless hours editing and proofreading my […]

Battle of the Web Browsers: Firefox vs. Google Chrome

Question: Which web browser is better and faster, Firefox or Google Chrome? I’ve been a loyal Firefox user for many users but have been told Google Chrome is faster and more efficient. I read an article on the internet about Google discontinuing support for the Firefox toolbar. Maybe it’s time for a switch. Answer: With […]

Bloggers and Authors Who K.I.T. Have Loyal Followers

Bloggers and Authors, According to Elizabeth Marshall, co-author of The Contrarian Effect and founder and host of AuthorTeleseminars.com, “Authors need to develop a habit of keeping in touch.” I agree with this and would take it a step further to say, “It’s important to keep in touch with your audience. As an avid reader of […]