Lessons Learned

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 […]

The Devil Is in the Distractions

Are you sick of hearing yourself say you’re going to write that book someday? Someday is not a square on your calendar. Today is. Yesterday was. Let’s assume your days are full. How do you plan to get the book done? This is not a test. Or, maybe it is. You must choose a time […]

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