Posts tagged writing
The Top 5 Things You Should Know Before Starting a Communications Business

I wrote and released my first eBook, The Top 5 Things You Should Know Before Starting a Communications Business, because I wanted to help others make sense of some behind-the-scenes business endeavors before taking the leap. Or if you have already started your business, you can use this eBook and workbook, too, of course. All of us are lifelong learners (or should be), so my hope is that you can learn from these tips as well.

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A Behind-The-Scenes Look Into My Writing Life

Like many writers in the world of Instagram, I participated in March’s #InstaWriMo challenge from the folks at National Novel Writing Month (#NaNoWriMo). I have never really opened up about my writing process, successes and challenges, and I found this experience to be a rewarding one. This is a Wizard-behind-the-curtain moment for me.

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Five Tips To Help You Start Your First Novel

As National Novel Writing Month (or #NaNoWriMo) comes to a close, you’re probably either ready to pull out your hair or have conquered the near-impossible task of finishing the first draft of your novel. This is my first year officially participating in NaNoWriMo. Read these writing tips for first-time novel authors.

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Create An Heirloom Cookbook to Honor a Loved One

Heirloom projects provide a sense of purpose, pride and comfort after the passing of a loved one. They come in the form of cookbooks, videos, photo projects and more that expand your skill set and showcase your expertise. 

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Welcome to the *new* #behindthehourglass blog!

Public relations is a way of life for us. That is why we are going #behindthehourglass to delve into local to international strategies and tactics, as well as the latest industry standards. Stay tuned. We will begin our blog in 2017!

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