This book is bargain priced from 12/30/2013 until 01/04/2014
This may be the most exciting time in history for writers, with more opportunities than ever before to take charge of your destiny. Of course the challenges are equally impressive, which often leaves new authors in search of answers, direction and a bit of encouragement. The problem is as nice as external motivation is, it’s not always available when you need it, and this is where the value lies in having a resource such as The Resilient Writer on hand.
It’s amazing the impact that a simple string of words can have, and the undeniable truth is that sometimes a certain quotation hits us in such a way that it provides a magical spark, setting in motion thoughts, ideas, and feelings that can lead to life-changing revelations. The Resilient Writer represents 2 years work gathering hundreds of insightful observations on the writing life and the business of being an author.
Targeted Age Group: 21+
Book Price: $.99
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How is Writing In Your Genre Different from Others?
Compiling a book of quotations is one of those missions you have to be willing to take on knowing full well that it will never be a bestseller. Having to sort through thousands of quotations to come up with highly targeted insights is a tedious process and one would only undertake it if it were a personal labor of love.
What Advice Would You Give Aspiring Writers?
Accept the fact that if you want to achieve any level of success (emotionally or financially) with your book, you will have to be the driving force behind the marketing.
Marquita Herald writes about personal growth, the power of resilience and insights on the writer’s life. Her professional experience includes a successful 20 year career in international sales and marketing, followed by a decade of as an award winning small business coach and trainer. She has published 8 books and is the creator of The Business of Being an Author blog and the award winning personal growth blog, IGG – Tips, Tools & Tantalizing Ideas.
Marquita makes her home in rural Maui and when she’s not working on a new book, sharing inspiring stories with audiences; working on one of her blogs or locked in a battle of wills with her dog Lucy, she is painting or curled up with a good book.
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I have always believed in the power of inspirational quotations and have collected quotations for as long as I can remember, use them frequently in my own writing.