On this episode 24 of The Cobie Daniels Show, Cobie Daniels talks to her husband about their recent medical scare that he has been going through. Also they discuss what it has been like as he has been more involved with having to read the second book critically and helping to make edits.
On this episode of The Cobie Daniels Show, Cobie talks about how great I feel sense letting go and reseting deadlines, how it helped me further my story. Got my first royalty check from Amazon. Cover for print copies came back from Courtney. Reviews and how we are all being reviewed when we put ourselves out there.
On this episode of The Cobie Daniels Show, Cobie talks about allowing yourself to move a deadline so that you can breath again or said another way forgiving yourself of missteps and dealing with reviewers who may not have read your entire book. How much do you allow those reviews to effect who I am as a person. Do not allow these people to control you and what your bring to the table. Getting ready to put out a Facebook ad and launching The Cobie Chronicles.
On this episode of The Cobie Daniels Show, Cobie talks about why she didn’t have a show last week and how recognizing her own time line was not realistic when trying to create a quality story. Talks about not having fun while writing parts of book 2. Have goals and timelines but make them realistic, don’t create undo stress or it will stifle the writing process. Be willing to forgive yourself when you make a mistake. Realization that perspective is important.
Jessa Sexton, Cobie’s editor, has written some books that have a purpose behind them. 12 Fairytales that are converted to poetry. Proceeds will help purchase medical equipment for women in Nashville. Check out her book on Etsy.
On this episode of The Cobie Daniels Show, Cobie talks about surrounding yourself with people who will help motivate and keep you moving forward when the task at hand seems impossible. She also talks about making sure that you don’t compare yourself to other writers and their journey and being able to walk away long enough to reset when you stop having fun.