Affiliate Disclosure

I am an affiliate of several products that I personally use and wholeheartedly endorse. I absolutely LOVE these products and think they’re even better than sliced bread.*

These products include:

  • Scrivener — I use it for all of my writing, which is why I’ve shared my own scrivener templates.
  • Holly Lisle’s Courses — I own all of her courses except two of her large courses, which I’m saving up my writing income for.
  • Leonie Dawson’s amazing goal setting for hippies & creatives.

I am also an Amazon affiliate, and receive an additional commission from Amazon if you purchase my books or other products through my Amazon links. I will include a notification on the same page when I post an Amazon affiliate link.

Formal disclosure policy.


This policy is valid from 20 October 2015
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* I actually don’t eat sliced bread very often and am not a big fan… but the expression still stands. I kind of gave up bread when I tried the paleo-ish thing for awhile and which worked really well for me, but it’s hard to maintain so really kind of half-ass it now.