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Author Content Marketing Nonfiction Book

For a while now I've been working on a nonfiction book. I constantly go back forth with whether or not I want to spend any more time on it. I already write in two different genres under two names, and it's a stretch. Is adding a third going to be worth it? 

What I keep coming back to is that I can't stop myself from working on it. So, that's a yes. In spite of the craziness that is working to build two author names I'm adding a third.

For now I'm going to share about it on this website, which usually focuses on my young adult fiction books. Though I already have a super sweet domain, I'm not quite ready to dive into maintaining a third website. I plan on creating an online working draft, basically blogging through lots of the topics I'm writing about. That way I hope to get some feedback about what authors are interested in learning about.

Right now there are many books out there on content marketing, and even some for authors. The difference is I am focusing mainly on fiction, and it's a tough nut to crack. I've got tons of ideas I'm working on (in secret) for the first book in my upcoming series. And I love the idea about sharing the ups and downs about not only creating but also sharing this content. 

I've got tips for how to help authors avoid burnout in this time of ever increasing demands for building your platform. I've got tips about how to stand out and how to have fun doing it.

So stay tuned for my next blogs, my working draft including the intro and first two chapters. And a new email list just for authors.

In the meantime, here are a few ways to not miss out!

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