Tracy Cooper-Posey

is creating ways to make you a more productive fiction writer.

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Chat with and share advice with your fellow authors. Tap into the incomparable resource offered by many minds working together to find solutions to your unique productivity issue. Participate in shared writing sessions and report your word count each week for gentle, positive feedback and encouragement. This is also the place where I can pick up common questions and answer them more fully in blog posts.
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About Tracy Cooper-Posey

I’m Tracy Cooper-Posey, and I’m the owner of The Productive Indie Fiction Writer (PIFW) at https://ProductiveIndieFictionWriter.com. But that’s just my day-time disguise. I’m also a national award winning, Amazon #1 best-selling commercial fiction author. I write fiction under three different pen names, and I’m the Publisher at Stories Rule Press (https://StoriesRulePress.com). I’ve been writing all my life and publishing my fiction since 1999. I’ve published in all ways: Traditional, indie, hybrid, and I’m always watching trends in the publishing world.

I started The Productive Indie Fiction Writer because I’ve written and published over 120 books (under all my pen names) since 1999, and I was constantly asked how I managed to write so much, because I didn’t get to quit my day job until 2015. I was happy to explain and to offer suggestions to anyone who asked, but the questions were so frequent, I turned to blogging those answers, instead, and pointing authors to the blog when they asked.

I’ve learned how to be efficient, and how to steer my career, and I can share that with you. I don’t write how-to books and don’t intend to, because books are generic by nature, while finding your full potential as an author is a highly personal path. I would much rather help you find the unique solutions to maximising your productivity and your effectiveness in your chosen career as a fiction author.

If you would like one-on-one personal help in achieving your best, you’ll find those options in the higher tiers. But you’ll also find benefits in the lower tiers that you can’t get from reading the blog alone.

Tracy Cooper-Posey
The Productive Indie Fiction Writer

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