Ryan M. Williams is creating novels, stories, and illustrations
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From Zero to Bestseller

My goal for 2018 is to move from a writer with essentially no sales to becoming a bestselling writer.

Let me share a bit more about my background. I started publishing my work back in 2008-2009. I’ve sold stories to anthologies from Pocket Books, WMG Publishing, and On Spec Magazine. I started self-publishing my novels. Initially, I had some success, but I rushed into it and made a lot of mistakes. I ended up taking down most of my titles. My sales dried up and basically stopped.

I shifted gears for a few years to focus on my library career and went back to school for my MLIS degree. I didn’t write much. My creative work has been fairly limited the past few years.

Now I’m working on my massive reboot project. I’m writing weekly stories, planning to release several unpublished novels and new editions of my other novels. I plan to write new novels. I will develop a marketing plan.

As I go through this process I plan to share the details. What I’m working on and how I tackle each step. I want to hear from you. What questions do you have?

HOW MAY I HELP YOU TODAY?

Whether you seek to express your creativity for yourself, as a hobby or wish to pursue your creative work professionally, how may I help you? Share your questions.

My M.A. degree is in writing popular fiction. As a librarian, I have another perspective on publishing, research, data analysis, and (of course) books! I’ll do my best to answer your questions and help you in your journey.

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From Zero to Bestseller

My goal for 2018 is to move from a writer with essentially no sales to becoming a bestselling writer.

Let me share a bit more about my background. I started publishing my work back in 2008-2009. I’ve sold stories to anthologies from Pocket Books, WMG Publishing, and On Spec Magazine. I started self-publishing my novels. Initially, I had some success, but I rushed into it and made a lot of mistakes. I ended up taking down most of my titles. My sales dried up and basically stopped.

I shifted gears for a few years to focus on my library career and went back to school for my MLIS degree. I didn’t write much. My creative work has been fairly limited the past few years.

Now I’m working on my massive reboot project. I’m writing weekly stories, planning to release several unpublished novels and new editions of my other novels. I plan to write new novels. I will develop a marketing plan.

As I go through this process I plan to share the details. What I’m working on and how I tackle each step. I want to hear from you. What questions do you have?

HOW MAY I HELP YOU TODAY?

Whether you seek to express your creativity for yourself, as a hobby or wish to pursue your creative work professionally, how may I help you? Share your questions.

My M.A. degree is in writing popular fiction. As a librarian, I have another perspective on publishing, research, data analysis, and (of course) books! I’ll do my best to answer your questions and help you in your journey.

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