I digitally met Chris Morris, a CPA for writers, a few years ago through a mutual friend. In that time, I've gone freelance and he launched his own accounting company to help writers, freelancers, and small business owners. Chris related that he specializes in helping the creative entrepreneurs, regardless of whether the business started yesterday … Continue reading Chris Morris, CPA for Writers, Freelancers, and Small Businesses, on Why You Should Treat Your Writing Like a Business
I’ve known Brad Whittington since his son and I were in the high school drumline together. As good friends with his son, I became fast friends with the family—all spectacular people in their own right. But life happened. The Whittingtons moved away, and I eventually went to college. Still, I kept in touch, especially after … Continue reading Author Brad Whittington Talks Self-Publishing, Writing, and The Reluctant Saint
On March 29th, Wes Molebash began his first Kickstarter project to fund print and digital editions of the first season of his autobiographical, family-based comic strip, MOLEBASHED. I'm interviewing him today for three reasons: I've (digitally) known Wes since he created the fantastic chapter title page illustrations for my first book, The Gospel According to Breaking Bad. MOLEBASHED centers … Continue reading Cartoonist Wes Molebash Talks Writing, Productivity, Inspiration, and What's Next for MOLEBASHED
You may have come to the right place, but maybe not. For instance, what's missing from my list of writing and editing services? I provide ghostwriting, co-writing, nonfiction developmental editing and manuscript critiques, and both nonfiction and fiction copyediting services. What's missing is quite an important task: developmental editing for fiction. Currently, I don't offer that editing … Continue reading Looking for a Book Editor?