When I was in college, I experimented with cooking Asian food, but my stovetop-cooked rice never tasted very good. Then, one of my Asian friends introduced me to the right tool for the job: a rice cooker. Its only function was to perfectly cook rice, and it worked every time.
While I never got good at cooking Asian food, I always had great rice because I had the right tool for the job.
When we’re cooking up books, many of us waste time doing things the hard way because we don’t have the right tools for the job. But it’s hard to find the right tool if you don’t know it exists.
In this week’s episode, I am the guest! Derek Doepker interviewed me about tools that make writing and marketing easier. The interview first aired on the Bestseller Secrets Summit, and Derek kindly agreed to let me share a portion of that interview on Novel Marketing.
- Two tools every author must have
- A tool that saved me 106 hours (and can save you hours, too!)
- Tools to reduce your password-security stress
- And more!
If you’re losing time or simply want to fine-tune your writing systems, listen in or read the blog version about these time-saving tools for authors.