Way before musicians and actors cornered the market on misbehavior, writers were flooding hotel rooms and testing their livers' upper limits.
Treat haters in your online spaces just the same as you would in the real world. If they're not respectful to you and your customers, kick them out.
The difficult part of writing about someone you don't admire is that it's easy to demonize them. What you get then is a cackling villain, twirling their mustache at every dastardly deed they commit.
Chicago is a city built on architecture, and there are plenty of buildings to scale.
This is a common misconception about antidepressants: many people believe they're simply 'happy pills' that will wipe a person's emotional slate clean. Used correctly, antidepressants can lift the fog of mental illness.
No matter what you do, you're going to run into haters online. We're not talking about ordinary, disgruntled customers who should be addressed with empathy and understanding. Haters are a breed apart.
Once an ebook hits the Kindle Top 100, sales tend to snowball as new customers discover it in greater numbers.
You don't want to write the same story again, but people are like 'We want the same story but different.' Well, how do you do that?
Everybody has a breaking point. It's tough to ignore the impulse to respond with anger.
Don't respond to haters' taunts - even politely. Ignore them. If nobody takes their bait, most will grow bored and move on.
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