A couple weeks back, I was honored in being asked to write an article for the UK-based company PageToPixels—an organization with the aim of celebrating creativity through various artistic mediums.
My objective was to write a piece that would help fiction writers learn how to build and inspire their own fan base.
Here’s a snippet of the article I wrote. You can read it in its entirety at PageToPixels.
If you’re a writer, my guess is you want to write good stuff that not only makes you money but will create an impact, leave a legacy. For some, maybe making money weighs more in importance than the inspirational part. Yet the two go hand-in-hand.
You see, I believe in the power of the human spirit. Now hold on. This isn’t an article to push religion or make suggestions on how to write smarmy-inspirational crap to bring your reader to divinity.
Instead, it’s about tapping into your unique self, writing what your audience wants, and doing it all so well that your readers’ Kindles will be glued to their hands. They’ll become fans who will follow you on social media and send you letters about how much they love you and your books.
Sound good? Let’s begin.
You can read the rest here.
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- Site Build-It. Build your own business on the web.
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