Indie Author Perks You Should Know

Amazon sent an email to its indie authors asking us to speak about why we like being indie. Here's my response plus the ultimate writing tip! #PoweredByIndie https://youtu.be/EiTt6FPIY90

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Beauty Hurts [A Short Story Dedicated to Our Daughters]

Enjoy this fictional reading break from a H.E.R. contributor and creator, Niccole "DNC" Coleman, dedicated to our daughters. Originally posted on The Chronicles of DNC. Photo Cred: Daughters of Niccole "DNC" Coleman pictured above The mirror shattered and shards of glass ripped through my face. I smiled. The tears that fled down my cheeks from … Continue reading Beauty Hurts [A Short Story Dedicated to Our Daughters]

Fear is a tool — Learn it, use it and watch great things happen.

Fear; commonly used as a deterrent for an action. A way to impede or avoid change. Most are reluctant to recognize a "fear". They would rather disguise it with words like "risky" or "impossible". Something like: I can’t start my own business, it’s too risky. I could never go back to school, it’s impossible. Both … Continue reading Fear is a tool — Learn it, use it and watch great things happen.

New cover, new outlook, same sexy verbiage.

A quick and simple Mid-WYFE Motivation for this week: Change is good! Invest in a little change and see how far it goes.

Here’s a reblog about my most recent change and why I choose to do it. Plus, if you like what you see, read through for an added bonus!

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If you have been following my social media accounts (Twitter, Facebook and Instagram) you might have noticed something different…yep my book cover.

Here are five reasons why I change my book cover:

  • Change for the better: As a businesswoman and a marketer, I understand that winter-2017-untraditional-cover_b_frontsometimes you have to adapt your strategy to get your product, i.e. my words, more visible to an ideal audience. FYI, keep reading to get a discount on this “change”.
  • Realism vs. animation: I like to think of myself as a creative being, and even though I love my original cover because it depicts the woman who I strive to be—quietly sexy and choosing to go my own unique way—I needed it to draw in new readers within the current contemporary/erotica genre. My reality check is that Passion-fy is in it’s grassroots phase, and will take time to catch on. And that’s okay…

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