Adventures in Career Changing | Ideas jar | Janet Gershen-Siegel
Ideas jar Do you have an ideas jar? Origin I first heard of this idea when I […]
Adventures in Career Changing | Janet Gershen-Siegel | Descriptions - zinsser writing well
Descriptions All about descriptions Descriptions are a must. You need them for any type of writing beyond the […]
editing part 2 - How to Edit a Manuscript
Editing Part 2 More Editing Editing Part 2! So last time, we looked at some general issues […]
Editing | Adventures in Career Changing | First Quarter 2020
Editing Part 1 What’s this All About? Editing in a Nutshell Check out editing part 1. If […]
Adventures in Career Changing | Janet Gershen-Siegel | Getting inspiration from friendship
Grab Some Inspiration from Friendship Friendship Friendship is as inspiring as the memory of old love affairs. […]
Adventures in Career Changing | Janet Gershen-Siegel | Speculating About the Future
Let’s Consider Speculating About the Future Speculating is fun. However, future predictions can be notoriously inaccurate. I’m […]
Janet-Gershen-Siegel-Adventures-in-Career-Changing- CheatSheet4 Purple part 4
Colors are going to matter when it comes to your book cover. They can make or break your sales, so choose wisely.
Adventures in Career Changing | Yellow Color Theory, Part 3
Yellow is a vibrant color but it is rather difficult to see against a white background. If your cover is mainly white, yellow is a poor choice for author or title lettering unless you outline the yellow in a darker color.
Adventures in Career Changing | Color Theory, Part 2 | Orange
Choose a color from the red family for your cover or for its accents, and expect some strong associations but also a cover that can really stand out.
Adventures in Career Changing | Color Theory, Part 2 | Orange
Color Theory If you are interested in creating your own covers, or if you are a part […]
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