Author: paulacdeckard

Paula was born and raised in Germany. She moved to the UK at 18, where she completed her bachelor's and master's degree in Creative Writing and English Literature. In 2013, she moved to Canada permanently. She is a dedicated writer in both fiction and non-fiction and a passionate blogger. She is an aspiring digital content writer, blogger, and ghostwriter who has helped ESL entrepreneurs create content for their websites. She also proofreads and edits. In her free time, she writes short stories and has started on her second novel.

On Ghostwriting

I have an aspiration to ghostwrite for people who need words to bring out the best in them. For that purpose, I have revised my ghostwriting services. I look forward to writing a big project for someone one day.

Content Marketing for Writers and Authors

o build a brand, writers and authors must also use the content marketing strategy, even if they aren’t qualified marketers. While most businesspeople build a readership with content marketing techniques in which they define their goals and reach out to their audience, writers can do the same. In many ways, we write stories to persuade. So why not market ourselves?

On imagination

A myriad of business books has been written. You will meet the occasional non-fiction reader that refuses to read any fiction. You ask them why, and they respond, “I want to read something I can learn from and apply it to everyday life.” That’s fair but inadequate.

Heart Like A Hole Relaunch

I have relaunched my novel after applying non-mandatory yet recommended punctuations. And while I was at it, I omitted more needless words—words that I’d decided to keep in 2018. But I no longer do. While rewriting parts, I probably deleted over 1,500 words. Then I double-checked for consistency because I’m not American. That was one…

Exophony

No one ever really judged my written English even though I’d needed some handholding in the past. I should’ve taken some light advice more seriously, but English was the only thing I was ever really confident in. So, I often turned a blind eye to it. And it took me six months of meditation to realize where I’m at with my writing.