Ask Brandy

There are questions that every writer needs to ask. Questions that can only be answered by another writer, someone who understands the industry and the obstacles they face. I won’t promise that I have all the answers, but I do know who to ask.

Honest answers

Your question deserves an honest answer. If I don’t know, I’ll tell you. If I do know, I’ll share it with you. I won’t sugar coat it, or hide things from you. I respect you and I respect your time.

Quick response

You don’t have to wait weeks to get the answer to your question. Ask Brandy and receive a response within 72 hours, no matter what the question may be.

No cost, no obligation

Asking questions won’t cost you anything. I enjoy answering them, and I learn as much as you do by responding. It’s a win-win for both of us, so feel free to ask.

Asking is easy

Use the contact us form or send me an email at brandy at 40daywriter dot com with the subject line of Ask Brandy.  Type in your question and hit submit or send. It’s that easy.

Anonymity by request

If you have a question you’d rather not make public, just let me know in the contact form or the email. If I am not notified, I will assume that I have permission to post both the question and its answer.

Benefits to asking

Aside from the obvious benefit of getting an answer, when you submit your question to 40 day writer, you’ll be given the option to have us link back to your site when we reply. That’s free publicity for you at absolutely no cost. With your permission, the question and its answer will also be posted on our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest feeds. That is a substantial amount of exposure and all it costs you is the time and effort it takes to type in your question.

Video answers by request

If you would prefer to receive your answer by video on Youtube, just let me know. I’m happy to record a video response to your question. These may take a little longer than a standard response, but it is available at no additional cost to you.

There are no dumb questions

If you have a question, asking it makes you smart. It’s a short-cut to learning information, and shows just how committed you are to getting an answer.