Every now and then, we receive an email (or an unsubscribe notice) complaining about the language we sometimes use.
It usually goes something like this:
“I really appreciate all the writing advice and indie publishing information you give away for free, but I can’t tell my writers’ group from church about it because you sometimes use bad words.”
We understand. We’re not perfect for everyone. But we’ve found that censoring ourselves so we can appeal to a wider audience is a pretty bad idea. Here’s Sean to explain why:
If you’re okay with a little bit of salty language and a ton of applicable advice about writing and indie publishing, you can download a free pack of worksheets and checklists.
They’ll help you decide which publishing path — Indie or Traditional — is right for you, then walk you step by step as you grow your story from idea to finished novel.