Lessons Learned

Author Michael Russo on Being Edited

Michael Russo, author of Martin Barooshian: A Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints, 1948-1970, and I worked together to clarify and polish distinct aspects his brilliant retrospective on the artist who has been called “Pablo Picasso meets Stan Lee.” Aroian Editorial is pleased to publish Mike’s guest blog post.  What Was I Thinking? It took me […]

Dread Writing? How One Pro Handles Fear

I couldn’t be happier for my coaching client, June Lien, who wrote this blog for me at the beginning of her novel-writing journey. June is a professional communicator in the PR, marketing, video and production space. She knows how to write. You’ve probably read things she’s written — for major clients. Switch to drafting a […]

On the Self-Publishing Learning Curve

Featuring another author, Aroian Editorial is pleased to publish this guest post by first-time dystopian novelist Leonard J. DiSanza, author of Seeds of Change. *** As a writer who comes from a career background in electrical engineering, I have always prided myself on the ability to extensively research the topics I write about. I also […]

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