Does writing multiple genres under the same name skew your audiences and profitability? Listen in to Jordan Rivet as she shares her methods on writing multiple series in multiple genres.
IN EPISODE 23 YOU WILL LEARN:
Does writing multiple genres under the same name skew your audience and profitability? How to balance writing more than one book at a time and in multiple genres.Plotting your novel to keep the pacing and momentum throughout the story.Using life transformations to stimulate your writing.Developing characters organically and learning about them by writing their story.Writing series over a stand-alone and why it's more profitable.When to determine how many books will be in a series.What to do if you get tired of writing the same characters in a series. The mindset and expectations you should have when you publish your first book.
ABOUT JORDAN RIVET
Jordan Rivet is an American author of swashbuckling fantasy and post-apocalyptic science fiction. She has written sixteen books across five series, including YA fantasy adventures Steel and Fire, Empire of Talents, and The Fire Queen’s Apprentice, and science fiction including Wake Me After the Apocalypse and The Seabound Chronicles.
Originally from Arizona, Jordan lives in Hong Kong with her husband. When she’s not writing, she likes to read, travel, binge-watch TV shows, and eat other people’s cooking.
Jordan’s books are available in ebook, audio, and paperback.
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Stephanie BwaBwa is working on her series and strategizing how to write multiple series at the same time.
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