Author Archive | Kris Emery

2016-02-28 11.01.22

The 3 Words That Changed Everything

Three little words, which individually I usually love, but when used together, change the game. No. Travel. Rights. That’s right. I’m currently grounded in Australia awaiting a visa outcome, and my bridging visa doesn’t allow me to travel. Worst case scenario, this could go on for 18 months. And to say that it’s unsettling is Read More

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Does Size Matter?

You guessed it. Many of my readers are female. And they are obsessed by one thing. Obsessed! They can’t stop thinking about it. They can’t stop talking about it. And they certainly can’t enter into something without the full lowdown on what to expect. That’s right. When it comes to writing, what seems to matter most is Read More

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Foodie Adventure

Adventure Is A State Of Mind

When I hear business owners say they can’t think what to write about or if I’m struggling to come up with an idea for an article, it confuses the heck out of me. With all the hours, all the minutes, all the seconds in the day, we only need one moment of inspiration to spark a story. Read More

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How Can I Be Sure My Editor Won’t Kill My Voice?

The greatest fear every writer has – worse than public humiliation, worse than being ignored – is that their editor will change so much about their original work that their voice will be lost completely. Valid point. The public humiliation and being ignored fears are real, of course. Nobody wants to be ridiculed, shamed, embarrassed, Read More

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Natalie Conquer

Conquering Creativity and your Next Next Book

An Interview With Natalie MacNeil Every time I freak out that I don’t know what my next book is going to be about, I reflect on how grateful I am to think like this at all. It’s my certainty that I’ll be writing books for years to come that I share with my business mentor Natalie MacNeil of She Takes On Read More

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What Tequila Taught Me About Being Consistent

It’s 1.54pm. I’m two days away from a business retreat with 30 ambitious entrepreneurs led by my mentor Natalie MacNeil. I should be planning a presentation I’ll be delivering about writing your book. Instead, I’m in a stunning restaurant in Playa del Carmen, Mexico – a restaurant with its own waterfall no less – sipping my second margarita. Read More

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