Monthly Archives: July 2011

Play games to win a copy of The Clutter Book

I am so excited about getting the word out about my book.  I am participating in BookBuzzr’s promotion. When you click on the picture of my book, below, you will be able to play games and win points toward a … Continue reading

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making time for marketing

Everything I’ve read has said that marketing your book is just as much (or more) work as the actual writing. I didn’t believe it. Once I got serious about finishing the book, I scheduled time to write every day. I … Continue reading

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When It’s Okay Not to Finish, Pt. II

Two months ago, I wrote about not finishing something when you lose interest in it. It can be hard to acknowledge that something you once had an attachment to is now a burden instead of a pleasure. When that happens, it’s … Continue reading

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getting it just right

I saw this blog post and immediately felt that the blogger captured my thoughts: I’m self-published myself and I know how hard it is to go through the book over and over and over again until you’re sick and tired of … Continue reading

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Consumerism vs. Everyday

I saw this blog post and felt compelled to expand on it with one of my own.  Dave Bruno, the author of The 100-Thing Challenge and the dave behind guynameddave.com, answered a question from his facebook page about consumerism:   Where … Continue reading

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launch date

I’m basking in the glow of completion. But not for long, because I have to finish the ebook and the companion workbook. Marketing activities have taken most of my time recently and I’m feeling a little strange because I’m not on … Continue reading

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I’m an Author! or Make Time to Achieve Your Goal

For the past year and a half I have been writing a book.  Some days I worked on it more conscientiously than others, but I finally finished it and it’s now available for sale.  I am so proud of this … Continue reading

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