Why First Drafts Suck, Part Two

Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with part two of why first drafts sucks. This is something that I think all writers go through in every stage in the writing process. Writing first drafts are the norm when it comes to writing in general. I have heard many stories about authors who have written perfectly goodContinue reading “Why First Drafts Suck, Part Two”

Why first drafts suck, Part One

Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with another post. I have been thinking about doing this for a while and since I am on vacation from my current job, I felt like now is the time for me to take advantage of this opportunity to get some posts done. One of the posts I am doingContinue reading “Why first drafts suck, Part One”

Helpful Tips for Authors: Ways on getting an Agent

Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with another post. I recently was scanning through some bloggers website through WordPress and I found an article that I think self-published authors need to be aware of when it comes to grabbing the attention of a literary agent. There are ways in order to do this and I foundContinue reading “Helpful Tips for Authors: Ways on getting an Agent”

The Latest Episode of The Bunmens: A Truson S.E.T. Story

Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with another post. So, I usually have a single episode out every Monday when it comes to posting them on Kindle Vella. Unfortunately, I was not able to post this week’s episode for Monday, August 22nd, 2021 because I wasn’t able to click on the date on the for theContinue reading “The Latest Episode of The Bunmens: A Truson S.E.T. Story”

Talking about the Six-Figure Advance (Part Two)

Hi! Dominique Gibson is back with another post. So I just recently did a post about the six-figure and even seven-figure advance for a debut author who has no social media presence, no following, nothing but who ends up scoring a “major deal” in the publishing world with a big five publisher. My professor decidedContinue reading “Talking about the Six-Figure Advance (Part Two)”

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