Welcome to Writing Innovations Cora. I'm so glad you could stop in to chat about your book, Your IRS Refund.
WI: When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?
In college when I wrote a treatise about Dante’s Inferno creating my own characters.
WI: What inspired you to pen this particular novel/book?
I wrote this book as a guide to helping individuals with information that can help them to wither obtain a refund if they owe or maximize their yearly refunds.
WI: What road blocks did you come across while writing this story?
WI: What do you do if a story just doesn't seem to flow the way you were hoping it would?
I stop and resume writing at a later point in time.
WI: What has been the hardest thing about marketing this story?
Finding low cost ways to market and the time to research the low cost marketing methods.
WI: What is one thing you wished you knew before, that you now know about marketing?
Market first, write the book second,
WI: What is one piece of advice that you received to help your writing that you still carry with you today?
Focus on the reader and his needs.
WI: Tell us what a day in your writing life is like, do you have any writing quirks?
I typically write if I have a topic of interest on my mind or if some newsworthy tax event has been announced.
WI: Where do you hope to take your writing in the future?
Screenplays and sitcoms.
WI: Are you currently working on any new projects?
Instructional tax videos and webinars.
WI: Do you have any upcoming events or special news you would like to share with our readers?
Here is a my upcoming appearance:
March 16 - Guest Blogging at AZ Publishing Services
WI: Where can readers find you?
They can visit my appearance website www.coraparks.com.
WI: Where can your book be purchased?
We want to thank you for taking time to chat with us today and offering your writing & marketing experiences. We wish you much success in the future.
The Writing Innovations Team
In Your IRS Refund you will find all the information you will need about an IRS refund, from the options that you have to get your refund, to getting a bigger refund, and getting it faster. In addition, we include little known IRS refund topics, like what to do when you have an expired refund, what to do if you get an unexpected IRS refund and much more.
Cora Parks is a lifelong Atlantan whose vision is to bring proactive tax counsel and personal responsibility to the masses in the area of taxation.
She is the author and editor of the financial blog Tax Today, a blog that provides readers with information on an array of federal tax topics. She is currently collaborating with PYPTW Inc, a nonprofit organization to start a low income tax clinic in metro Atlanta.