Someone once asked me why do I promote other people’s work when I should be concentrating on my own. Yeah, I probably should yell and wave my hands a little more, but I don’t believe in preaching. It’s about generating content and interest. If I can help other people along the way, all the better.
J. Lynn Else is the author of two historical fiction novels set in ancient Egypt, The Forgotten: Aten’s Last Queen and The Forgotten: Heir of the Heretic. She is a Minnesota Indie author and is a member of the ‘Rochester Writers Group’ and the ‘Rochester Fantastical Women Writers’ group.
A Jersey girl herself, Kristina has lived in farthest southwest tip of Germany for over twelve years with her German husband and three children. Surrounded by beautiful vineyards and a perfect view of the Black Forest. her hobbies include writing, reading, fitness, wine tasting, and forever trying to improve her German-language skills.
Legend’s first and so far only review comes from the person who helped it mature as a beta reader. Does this invalidate the review in any way? No, because I didn’t compensate her for her help or the review in any way. And she didn’t see the final copy until it was published.
Branding sets companies, organizations, and writers apart from one another. It’s meant to be focused and on point. However, like anything where experts offer advice, sometimes contradictory, it can leave one lost, confused, and running around in circles. In this post, I address some issues that might be affecting my brand.
I’m an animal lover who believes in do no harm to my fellow human being or any creature that I come in contact with, but I write stories that contain violence against man and beast. In this world where darkness and light are a part of life, it would be unrealistic and unbelievable if I didn’t. Even with this stance, I still have a moral dilemma that keeps rearing its head.