Let’s Write A Novel #6: Dealing With Unsupportive Loved Ones

I’m writing a new novel and blogging through the process so that you can learn along with me.

 

Due to some unforseen circumstances, I’ve decided to limit access to the planning materials in the Google Folder after this week.  You can still head over there to check out the updates today, but in the future, if you want access to my planning and drafting materials, you’ll need to sign up for my email list.

If you missed the last post about using cheat sheets to quickly access and organize your notes, you can check it out here.

 

 Earlier posts in the series are all gathered here.

 

This week I want to talk about coping with unsupportive loved ones. I see questions about this come up a lot in writer’s groups, especially from new writers who are struggling to balance commitment to their loved ones with the desire to write.

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Pixel Scrapper Commercial Use Blog Train: January 2018

I posted my entry for The Pixel Scrapper Community Blog Train on January First, so I bet you’re wondering what this post is all about.

Well, on Pixel Scrapper there is also a Commercial Use train.  I decided that my entry for the CU train would be more utilitarian, focused on something designers would be able to use for their Valentine’s Kits or any time of the year.

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And don’t forget to sign up for more free goodies in my new members only area.  It’s updated regularly! Just click the free membership level and add your email address for instant access!

Book Cover Shop

I’ve moved my premade book covers to a shop all of their own.  I’ll still be sharing WIP covers and showing off new ones here on the blog, but I wanted to make it easier for authors to buy and simpler for me to organize.  So from now on, if you’re looking for my covers, head over here:

Cover Devil: Unconventional Premade Covers for Indie Authors

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Freebie Friday

If you’re struggling to pick your brand colors or just looking for some color inspiration, you need to check out my Color Magic Color Palette  series in 2018.

These palettes feature a dominant blue or yellow surrounded by neutrals that would work well for a business.  And if you’re more on the quirky side, you can grab the frog stock image that I pulled the colors from.

 

Here’s a look at some additional shades:

 

 

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You can grab the palette, the hex codes and example files right here.  There’s no opt-in!

I designed this using the palette creator extension for Chrome.

Freebie Friday

If you’re struggling to pick your brand colors or just looking for some color inspiration, you need to check out my Color Magic Color Palette  series in 2018.

This palette features dominant cool colors and a complimentary tan/bronze shade for contrast.

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Here’s a look at some additional shades:

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And here’s a look at the palette in action on a web page!


You can grab the palette, the hex codes, the example files, and a photoshop swatch right here.  There’s no opt-in!

I designed this using Paletton.  Check it out and design your own palettes there!