EPISODE 7: Who should you listen to for writing and publishing advice?

Welcome to the Rage Against the Manuscript podcast. Do you talk to other writers online? Do you ask for advice and get a million different answers? How do you decide which writing and publishing advice is worth listening to? This week we talk about who's giving advice, how to figure out what to choose, and when you're listening too much.


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In this episode:

  • Why "I tried this and it worked great!" can be completely useless.

  • How to critically assess advice you're given.

  • When you should listen to readers... and when you shouldn't.

  • How to ask better questions of authors.

  • How to create an "author cheat list".

    "Who should you be listening to? OBVIOUSLY, ME."

    Steff Green

    Author of How to Rock Self-Publishing.

    If you've got a question you want to ask me about self-publishing or writing or building a career as an author, head over to the Rage Against the Manuscript FB group or email me steff@rageagainstthemanuscript.com and I’ll talk about it on a future episode. Happy writing! 


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