Author Archives: Liza Palmer

The 5 Secrets to Publishing Success No One Tells You About

We all know the greatest hits of writing advice.  I’ve waxed rhapsodic about them myself:  Be the best version of you you can be! Put your butt in the chair!  Say yes and figure it out later! Those are all … Continue reading

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Ten Tips for a Great Book Signing

There are two sides to every artist. No. Scratch that. There should be two sides to every artist. Whether we actually have those two sides is another conversation. Another painful, tear soaked conversation that yields a raging vulnerability hangover. The … Continue reading

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The Life of a Book: From Inspiration to the Shelf

My sixth book, GIRL BEFORE A MIRROR, just came out on January 27th, 2015. And on the 28th, I looked like this: By the time the 27th arrived, I’d been living with this book – or some version of this … Continue reading

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Why I’d Hate Me If I Were a Fictional Character

I was getting a pedicure the other day. The salon I go to is set up so that the walkway down the middle of the pedicure chairs is very narrow and is peppered with the rolling stools of the pedicurists. … Continue reading

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