Bestselling fantasy and paranormal romance author Steff Green gives us a load of tips for effective publishing. It applies to your business as much as to that book you want to write.
The process of creating and maintaining a production calendar might seem arduous, but when you see how you can use them? It’s like looking at a goldmine.
A production calendar is the red pill that will wake you up into a harsh reality: One that quickly becomes a matrix of power.
Serendipity feels like stumbling onto a pile of rocks… that are actually diamonds! Here are three principles of serendipity you can put to work in your business publishing.
In this age of co-creation, you have to be SUPER careful about where you splash your amazing ideas. Here’s why: It makes you an open book for your competitors.
Populating a production calendar isn’t about just sitting in a room and dreaming up topics around which to manufacture content. All that will do is get you a bunch of things nobody cares about.