[Guest Post 008] Some Books Take a Long Time… and That’s Okay, from Amelia Smith

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From Simon: Inspiration is a funny thing. Seeing a writing peer selling thousands (or even tens of thousands) of books, can be enormously motivating. On the other hand it can be intimidating, and make you feel as if you have not worked hard enough to make it happen for yourself. Personally, I take enormous inspiration from those who are succeeding, but I also sometimes feel …

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 008] Some Books Take a Long Time… and That’s Okay, from Amelia Smith

[Guest Post 007] What to do When Your Fiction Goes Bad by John Winter

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From Simon: It’s Monday, so it’s my pleasure to introduce another author who has come to grace the website with a guest post. John Winter, author of numerous short stories available on Amazon, is here to tell us not to panic! Fiction going bad? Don’t delete that file, or burn that draft, instead, read on. Over to John…

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 007] What to do When Your Fiction Goes Bad by John Winter

[Guest Post 006] How I Went From Zero to 1000 Twitter Followers in Just Two Months with Tim Lewis

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From Simon: I’m hopelessly unqualified to talk about matters relating to social media. Until I started RSP, I didn’t use Twitter, I’d not used Facebook in years, and I still don’t know what a Pinterest is. I’m getting there, but I’m far from an authority, which is another reason why it’s great to have these guest posts, I can bring …

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 006] How I Went From Zero to 1000 Twitter Followers in Just Two Months with Tim Lewis

[Guest Post 005] Confessions of a Writer’s Block Survivor with John L Monk

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From Simon: There are a few people who I go back on forth with via email regularly. John and I have been chatting on several topics for a few months, and when I announced I was opening up RSP to guest posts he jumped on board. As well as being a talented writer, he has a fantastic sense of humor, which shines …

Simon Whistler[Guest Post 005] Confessions of a Writer’s Block Survivor with John L Monk