Groups & Associations….
The Women’s Fiction Writers Association is a volunteer-run organization dedicated to providing a community for career-focused women’s fiction writers via networking, education, and continuing support in career growth. Quite simply, the WFWA is an inclusive organization of writers who create stories about a woman’s emotional journey. Whether you’re are an aspiring, debut or multi-published author, the Women’s Fiction Writers Association offers resources to help you improve and succeed. Kerry is a founding member. She previously served as the Founding Vice President of Programs and website developer and administrator.
Inspiration & Motivation
An Open Letter to Writers at Every Stage of Publishing
Dear Writer, Isn’t it amazing how we wake in the pre-dawn hours, or stay up well past midnight to write? We sit alone at our desks with our words, letting them flow as a plot unfolds. In time, a story transpires, a manuscript is finished, and a book published…
Published on Women Writers, Women’s Books, March 23, 2016.
Book Reviews and the Author Psyche
Authors have a love/hate relationship with book reviews. Reviews improve a book’s popularity. The more popular, the more sales. We want more reviews, but we don’t always like what’s said in those reviews. Here’s the thing, authors should concern themselves with the number of reviews, not the content.
Published on Women Writers, Women’s Books, July 13, 2016
10 Things Every Writer Should Know About Amazon Publishing
This is an insightful article written by Catherine McKenzie that appeared in Writers’ Digest. Great information about my publisher Lake Union, an imprint of Amazon Publishing.
Q&A with Danielle Marshall, Editorial Director of Lake Union Publishing, an Imprint of Amazon Publishing
MM Finck conducted this exclusive interview with Danielle Marshall, covering topics from marketing to publishing, and what’s trending.