The Renegade Writer

Free Sample of New E-Book – Commit: How to Blast Through Problems & Reach Your Goals Through Massive Action

We humans have a big problem: We have exciting goals and dreams, but we feel stuck. We spend a lot of time thinking about the actions we need to take, but don't actually do them consistently. We then become overwhelmed with our day-to-day lives and let our dreams languish...and we settle for lives of mediocrity ...… Click here to keep reading...

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Jan 21, 2015 Book news

A-holes to Writers: The More You Love Writing, the Less You Should Earn

This was a super-popular post Diana wrote in 2013 that inexplicably disappeared from the blog soon afterward. (Hmm...a conspiracy?) Searches didn't bring up the post and we thought it was lost forever, but miraculously, Diana just found the text of the post in an old email. So here it is again -- as relevant now ...… Click here to keep reading...

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Jan 8, 2015 Money, Rants

Vote for My New Book Cover & Win a Prize!

So, I'm working on a new Kindle e-book that's NOT writing related, though it applies beautifully to writers of all kinds: COMMIT: How to Blast Through Problems & Crush Your Goals Through Massive Action COMMIT is about throwing every available resource at your goal or problem, all at the same time. I talk about the benefits of ...… Click here to keep reading...

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Dec 20, 2014 Help us!

How to Get the Most Mileage — and Money — Out of Your Writing by Double-Dipping

By Tiffany Jansen Have you seen the Seinfeld episode where George accompanies his girlfriend to a funeral? It's post-wake and everyone's at her parent's place noshing on hors d'oeuvres and sipping punch. George finds himself in front of the potato chips, so he takes one, sinks it in the dip, takes a bite, and dips ...… Click here to keep reading...

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Dec 16, 2014 Advice, Ideas, Marketing, Query letters

Why You Should Stop Comparing Yourself to Other Writers (And What You SHOULD Be Comparing Yourself to Instead)

You're wondering how you're doing as a writer. I know, it's hard to not have a handle on whether you're doing well or poorly! So you ask another writer, maybe one who's more experienced than you: How many queries do you write per week? How much are you earning? How many assignments do you get every month? How long does ...… Click here to keep reading...

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Dec 3, 2014 Advice, Motivation

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