Periscope, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

By Kathrese McKee | Marketing

The GoodImmediate. Raw. Authentic. Those words describe Periscope to a T. And therein lies the thrill of broadcasting to the world and watching others “scope.”Connection. If your viewers aren’t the shy type (mine apparently are), they can comment. Their comments are visible to everyone on the broadcast, and thus, you can reply to them. I’ve […]

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What you do today is important

By Kathrese McKee | Inspiration

Today is important—choose wisely.You have today. You can’t get yesterday back, and you can’t borrow from tomorrow. Write now; your writing days are numbered. I’m saying this as much to myself as to anyone who reads this post. I need to make my writing quota, and I only have today to do it.So I’m going […]

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Authors, Is Periscope for You?

By Kathrese McKee | Marketing

This is one of those times to jump in without hesitation. I know you, Introvert Author, would sooner lose a limb than post “candid” video to a live audience, but I’m here to tell you that you may be sorry you caught the replay on Periscope.​Is Periscope for You?​It’s possible—just barely—that you haven’t heard of […]

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Start Writing, No Matter What

By Kathrese McKee | Inspiration

You have to turn on the faucet to get the water to flow. Writing is the same. You have to start writing to get the words onto the page. Thinking about writing is not writing. Daydreaming is not writing. Watching television, movies, or Periscope posts is not writing. Only putting words on a page through […]

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