I met this slice of life, Steph, at a local convention. She asked me about my publishing creds. I had none. She asked about my website. I had no internet presence to speak of. Not even one business card to my name. Maybe I hadn’t looked into the business side of writing much at all. Maybe I was lazy. Maybe both. And that is when she showed me the error of my ways.
I’m probably preaching to the choir. If you’re reading blogs then you’ve got a pretty good idea already that you have to throw something interesting out into cyberspace from time to time. The wild wolves (No dogs or puppies -sad, rabid or otherwise) must be fed.
If you need help in this area, I highly recommend Storytelling for Success. Steph is our people. She’s also has fully functioning Social Norms complete with Kung-fu Action Mores and a battery operated Grammar Conventions Detector. However, she is not a toy. Don’t get the wrong idea. She will cut a bitch with some adult sarcasm. You’ve been warned.
So, all I’m saying is that if branding and promoting and the internet folderol isn’t your bag, baby. Contact Steph over at the Storytelling for Success and tell her that I sent you
Just don’t be creepy.
TL;DR Contact Storytelling for Success and let Steph help.
Don’t do it alone. That’s a Rook mistake.