Call it Write Part of My Memoir in November or Post-Kickstarter Kick Myself in the Butt Month. Or use a silly acronym. Just read it, okay?
Those of you who know about my successful Kickstarter campaign know I’m a big fan of crowdfunding. Now I’ve decided to try something new: crowdwriting. Some Background I’ve been going over the chapters I wrote of Getting Naked for Money in preparation for sending as much of the book as I’ve completed to an editor. A few people […]
Every dog needs a job. If you’re an author, considering getting yours to help with a crowdfunding campaign.
Since I completed a successful Kickstarter campaign, I’ve been on another mission: I want to take the stigma out of self publishing. Even more ambitious than doing a Kickstarter, eh? I realize I can’t single-handedly change negative perceptions of books that lie outside the traditional publishing realm. I can, however, try to make my book a worthy ambassador from the […]
During this post-Kickstarter limbo period, I reflect on the benefits beyond the financial ones of my campaign, on living up to my contributors’ expectations, and more.
Think travel writing is glamorous — and lucrative? This excerpt from Getting Naked for Money will change your mind.
I was quick to rush to judgment on Caitlyn Jenner, especially on the age inappropriateness of her pose. Maybe I should look in the mirror.
Lessons learned from a Kickstarter campaign include forgoing pride, being persistent, and moving on when something doesn’t work. And being shameless.
With 9 days left in the Kickstarter campaign, I’m upping the ante, and putting loyalty to my adopted home on the line. If enough new contributors vote for Team Phoenix-Scottsdale vs Team Tucson, I will tweet allegiance to another city!
Keeping it real: this strategy to focus attention on the campaign uses social media in the old fashioned sense, a direct connection between friends