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Emiie R, Author Assistant Jun 19
Hey everyone! Who's joining us tonight?
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Sharon Dukett Jun 19
I am joining tonight for the 1st time.
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Fear #1: My writing isn't good enough, like REAL writers. This is basically 'Imposter Syndrome' rearing its head. I'm here to tell you that all writers feel this at some point in our writing careers. Even the most famous writers have doubts about their talent
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Justin Bienvenue #ModernDayPoe Jun 19
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Hi y'all! Who's ready to discuss writing fears?
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Emiie R, Author Assistant Jun 19
I love this. You won’t love every book you read, and not every person who reads your book will love yours. The big important part is not taking it personally.
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Tom Reid Jun 19
I am afraid to engage in this chat out of fear that my fears will be discovered and I will lose an excuse for my chronic procrastination!
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Fear #4: I'm afraid my book will be upsetting for some people. Well, this quote basically covers THAT.
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Replying to @BadRedheadMedia
Don't take it personally that people think your baby is ugly. You don't like every book you've ever read, right? So be an adult and accept this fact about your own work, and move on to getting the business of writing done . Questions on this?
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Tui Snider #travel Author & Speaker Jun 19
Hey, all! I finally made it to for the first time in ages! :)
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Mellissa Green Girl with a voice ♿ Jun 19
Nive had imposter syndrome. I guess I doubt my finishing skills. We're not suppose to have the spirit of fear.
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Emiie R, Author Assistant Jun 19
Replying to @JustinBienvenue
That is such a good idea Justin! Write it down "I am the best at what I do" put it on a post-it and put it next to your desk/writing area!
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Replying to @JustinBienvenue
You can't control that, though. People often attack and insult the author - it's ridiculous, but ya know. Peopling. Accept that once our books are out there, we're no longer invited to the party. Relinquish control and write the next book.
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Well, we're already out of time! Take a look at my post How To Crush Your Writing Fears Right Now by and if you have questions, let me know. Leave me a comment over there - I always respond to comments!
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Sharon Dukett Jun 19
I think I am afraid that’s all I ever write.
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
TONIGHT: Join me along with for 6pm pst/9pm est. Use the hashtag to join us! Topic: Facing Your Writing Fears
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Tom Reid Jun 19
People with very small minds do very odd things to develop their false self-efficacy. It will eventually catch up to them. Always does. You still get to choose to be you and not their image of you.
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Replying to @BadRedheadMedia
Choosing not to market your book is just that - your choice. You can choose to interact with readers or not. You can choose to blog or not. You can...well, you get it. Writing a great book is just one tiny part of publishing and selling a book
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Next week I'm so excited to have the FAB Dr. with us. She's a brilliant author and editor. Please join us next Wednesday 6pm pst/9pm est.
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BadRedhead Media, Book Marketing Strategist/Author Jun 19
Replying to @BadRedheadMedia
Eventually, you'll figure out the structure of your book and how to market it. Going through the editing process is a huge learning curve (I definitely recommend professional editing). Accept that people will be critical. That's how art works.
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