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How To Plan Your Writing Schedule And Hit Your Deadlines

How To Plan Your Writing Schedule And Hit Your Deadlines

As a hopeless procrastinator who knew it was time to start hitting my deadlines, I have found a system for how to plan my writing and production schedule for each novel. It’s a simple system, but sometimes just laying out the dates and planning ahead can make all the difference. Watch today’s video on how […]

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How To Get Started As A Writer

How To Get Started As A Writer

I have gotten so many questions over the years about how to get started as a writer. Where do you begin? How do you actually learn to put a story together? Today, I am going to give you some of my best tips and share some of my personal experiences of when I first started […]

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How To Balance Writing And Business

How To Balance Writing And Business

These days, there is so much more to being an indie author than simply writing books. You have to know how to run your business in an efficient way, and one of the most important things you can learn early-on is how to effectively balance your writing and business tasks. I had no idea when […]

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How To Make A Portable Plot Notes Booklet With Index Cards

How To Make A Portable Plot Notes Booklet With Index Cards

Hey, everyone! Launch week has been so much fun! For my final day of the launch, I’m showing you how I make a lightweight, super portable plot notes booklet using just index cards, markers, and washi tape. My Plot Notes Booklet Method I’ve been using this plot notes booklet method for about a year now. […]

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Sarra Cannon

Hi, I'm Sarra!

I have been self-publishing my books since 2010, and in that time, I've sold well over half a million copies of my books. I'm not a superstar or a huge bestseller, but I have built an amazing career that brings me great joy. Here at Heart Breathings, I hope to help you find that same level of success. Let's do this.

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