Category: Writing Tips

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The Author Journey: Book Preparation and Taking My First Steps

Next month will mark the five year anniversary of my book The E-Ticket Life. That's absolutely insane to me as it feels like hardly any time has passed since that first box of books arrived at my doorstep. Just as crazy is the fact that it's been nearly three years...

Is Now the Time to Write a Book? 5 Tips for Starting Your Manuscript While in Quarantine

Spending a lot of time at home lately? Unless you're an essential worker, you probably are (or should be). And while most people seem to be spending their newfound free time consuming Tiger King or whatever the new, hot streaming show is by the time you read this, others are...

Book Review: "Ideas, Influence, and Income" by Tanya Hall

There are few titles that still hold as much cachet in our society as that of "author." While the label may have lost some of its luster due a flood of subpar self-publications in recent years, there's no question that having a published book can be a big benefit to...

Blogging Tips for Writing Better Posts

As much as blogging is a learning experience, it can also be incredibly rewarding. Having people read, care about, be entertained by, and gain perspective from your writing is a feeling unlike any other. That's why putting your all into what you create for your blog is so important.

My Personal Personal Finance Blogging Philosophies

Next month will mark two years since I first started this site. During my time running a personal finance blog, there's no doubt that I've learned a lot about personal finance and blogging. Now, as I reflect on the past two years, I've also been thinking a lot about my...

Why Do So Many Blogs Disappear? 5 Tips For Avoiding the Same Fate

Have you ever come across an awesome blog post, excitedly decided to follow the site on social media... and then watched as no new content was ever posted again? Sadly, this type of thing happens to me all of the time as there are several blogs I've added to my...