Write, Market, Repeat: An Indie Success Story
Author Susan Wittig Albert has some straightforward advice for aspiring writers: “Write. Write a book. Write another, and another after that. Writing is a craft. It has to be learned. It can only be learned with practice.”
The author of more than 100 books, Albert still makes time for raising cattle, sheep, geese, ducks, dogs, cats, and chickens (not to mention gardening and fiber crafting) on her 31-acre farm in the Texas Hill Country. She writes five or six days per week, handling publishing and marketing chores in the mornings before turning to her works in progress: “[I take] breaks for lunch, laundry, and for sweeping up Molly’s fur bunnies.” (That would be Molly Maguire, Albert’s elderly heeler.)
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