David Michael Williams2019-10-02T18:34:31-05:00January 27, 2016|Categories: News|Tags: business, business of writing, current project, e-books, fantasy, getting published, my novels, One Million Words LLC, publishing, self-publishing, The Renegade Chronicles, writing schedule|
On Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016, author David Michael Williams brought a new publishing company into the world.
David Michael Williams2019-10-02T18:25:25-05:00December 10, 2015|Categories: News|Tags: current project, early writing, fantasy, fiction, genre fiction, getting published, journalism, my novels, sci-fi, science fiction, self-publishing, short stories, The Renegade Chronicles, The Soul Sleep Cycle, word choice, writers, writing, writing tips|
I had the pleasure of talking with students at Waupun High School yesterday. My mission: to share my educational background, professional writing experiences, writing advice, and tips for getting published with the fledgling writers.
David Michael Williams2019-10-02T18:21:00-05:00October 27, 2015|Categories: News|Tags: business, business of writing, business plan, getting published, my novels, One Million Words LLC, self-publishing, The Renegade Chronicles, The Soul Sleep Cycle, writing schedule|
I’ve written some pretty strange things over the years, but few things pushed me farther outside my comfort zone than the business plan I recently put together.
David Michael Williams2019-10-02T18:20:09-05:00September 22, 2015|Categories: Work in Progress|Tags: Changelings, current project, early writing, fiction, getting published, my novels, Pajamazon Amazon, self-publishing, The Renegade Chronicles, The Soul Sleep Cycle, tough decisions, writing schedule|
My favorite questions tend to start with “what if.” Lately, however, this writer has been asking himself, “What now?”
David Michael Williams2019-10-02T17:45:02-05:00October 15, 2014|Categories: News|Tags: amateur writers, creativity, getting published, journalism, professional writers, readers, self-publishing, tough decisions, writing tips|
Once you establish the worth of a product—whether it’s a frozen pizza or national news—it’s awfully difficult to convince people they should have been paying along.
David Michael Williams2019-10-08T15:03:49-05:00February 12, 2014|Categories: Work in Progress|Tags: current project, endings, getting published, my novels, Pajamazon Amazon, self-publishing, trademark|
An unfortunate truth about experiments: they often end in failure.
David Michael Williams2019-10-02T15:46:23-05:00December 11, 2013|Categories: Writing Tips|Tags: getting published, mind games, Pajamazon Amazon, self-publishing, writers, writing schedule, writing tips|
In this third installment of a series exploring the anatomy of a well-adjusted writer, the focus falls on another overlooked—and arguably undervalued—trait...
David Michael Williams2019-10-02T15:16:18-05:00September 18, 2013|Categories: Writing Tips|Tags: early writing, fiction, getting published, rejection, short stories|
Nothing is certain except death and taxes, according to Benjamin Franklin. But if you’re a writer, you can add rejection to that list.
David Michael Williams2019-09-30T19:12:55-05:00April 24, 2013|Categories: News|Tags: e-books, getting published, self-publishing, writers|
If one believes those crass, comedic movies aimed at teenaged and twenty-something males, the world’s population is divided into two categories: the popular guys who have gone all the way and the lowly virgins who can’t score to save their lives.
David Michael Williams2019-09-30T18:53:09-05:00January 29, 2013|Categories: News|Tags: current project, fiction, getting published, sci-fi, science fiction, short stories, short story, writing, writing tips|
It’s a piece of advice I’ve heard on many occasions: short stories first, then novels.