Ingermanson on Tricks how to get motivated

This article is reprinted by permission of the author. Award-winning novelist Randy Ingermanson, “the Snowflake Guy,” publishes the free monthly Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine, with more than 16,000 readers. If you want to learn the craft and marketing of fiction, AND make your writing more valuable to editors, AND have FUN doing it, visit http://www.AdvancedFictionWriting.com. Randy Ingermanson: I did the following interview with Jim Rubart … Continue reading Ingermanson on Tricks how to get motivated

Ingermanson on “Doing Hard Things”

As a person who continuously struggles to get the balance right between family, work and creativity, reading this post helped to get some more motivation to just get on with it: This article is reprinted by permission of the author.   Award-winning novelist Randy Ingermanson, “the Snowflake Guy,” publishes the free monthly Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine, with more than 17,000 readers. If you want to learn … Continue reading Ingermanson on “Doing Hard Things”

Ingermanson on “Permission Marketing”

This post was first published in October 2017 You have written your book and it is published. Brilliant! Congratulations! But now comes the hard part: How to market your book. There are different ways of doing that and Randy Ingermanson suggests “Permission Marketing” as one way to success. Here is how:   This article is reprinted by permission of the author.   Award-winning novelist Randy … Continue reading Ingermanson on “Permission Marketing”

Ingermanson on the “Luxury of not enough Time”

This was first posted in December 2017 Wow, dear readers 2017 is nearly over and it is that time of the year, you know, Hanukka, Bhodi Day, Yule, Christmas… . No matter if you are following any religious holidays or if you just have to deal with year-end stuff: December is always a busy month and this article by Randy Ingermanson fits perfectly in my opinion. This … Continue reading Ingermanson on the “Luxury of not enough Time”

Ingermanson on “Why You Need A Weekly Review”

March 2019 I am a little more organised now but it’s still good to look back and learn 🙂 October 2017 Do you, like me, suffer from “organisation phobia”? You have brilliant ideas and even manage to write them down, however, when it comes to putting them into practice and organising yourself all hell breaks loose. It is time to stop doing this to yourself! … Continue reading Ingermanson on “Why You Need A Weekly Review”

Good Morning Writers! ~ You Write what you Read?

December 2018 A good question don’t you think? Even though Randy Ingermanson asked it in 2014 and I did too. But it is still relevant, I believe! August 2014 How is your writing going? Are you writing or are you on holiday? Or maybe you do both? I do, as it happens. Day job is off for two weeks, but as the best husband in … Continue reading Good Morning Writers! ~ You Write what you Read?

INGERMANSON ON: Organization: The Magical Power of a Sprint

November 2018 This post was first published in March 2018 March 2018 It is Wednesday when I write this and I am rather anxious. Decided to go back to work tomorrow but haven’t heard anything from them yet and I could not get through either. Nervous, scared….. Managed to write a German blog post but for the English one I get back to Mr Ingermanson’s … Continue reading INGERMANSON ON: Organization: The Magical Power of a Sprint

Ingermanson on Low Priority Task

I am thinking a lot about how to get everything done in an efficient way, and I found some of Randy Ingermansons idea’s and suggestions pretty helpful. Here is more: This article is reprinted by permission of the author. Award-winning novelist Randy Ingermanson, “the Snowflake Guy,” publishes the free monthly Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine. If you want to learn the craft and marketing of fiction, … Continue reading Ingermanson on Low Priority Task

Randy Ingermanson on Craft: Great Scenes Matter

Here is an article by Randy Ingermanson about writing great scenes but there are also a couple of suggestions on books about writing. Have fun! This article is reprinted by permission of the author. Award-winning novelist Randy Ingermanson, “the Snowflake Guy,” publishes the free monthly Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine, with more than 17,000 readers. If you want to learn the craft and marketing of fiction, AND … Continue reading Randy Ingermanson on Craft: Great Scenes Matter

Ingermanson on Organization: “But Everything’s a Priority!”

For a while, I am struggling with getting my priorities right. So I was quite surprised to find an article about the topic on Randy Ingermansons April Newsletter. I found it helpful so I thought I’d share it with you: This article is reprinted by permission of the author. Award-winning novelist Randy Ingermanson, “the Snowflake Guy,” publishes the free monthly Advanced Fiction Writing E-zine, with … Continue reading Ingermanson on Organization: “But Everything’s a Priority!”