FIVERR... The place many people go to get cheap work done, especially new authors and those who don't understand the ropes of how to get the best out of FIVERR. This post is to help you find your way, researching who to trust and when to run. It's a bit like people using Vanity Publishing, … Continue reading FIVERR the Pros and Cons and How to Pick a Graphic Designer
Finally... It's arrived. My book cover for Cy & Rylan's story of true love. A Wolf Shifter Romance with murder and mystery surrounding two lovers as they learn about each other. Looking at their differences, how to live together, how to grieve together. A unit and family. You can PRE-ORDER HERE Publishing 30th June 2020 … Continue reading Forever Mine – Cy & Rylan Book Cover Reveal.
I do wish the days of coloured hardbacks would return and get rid of the silly paperback covers which have to be so brilliant to get anyone to buy your book. I didn't need an image on a cover to read a good book. I read the blurb/synopsis at the library or bookstore and ...well … Continue reading The Importance of Book Covers
Hello everyone This is to let you know business will go on as normal except to any personal meetings. All meeting and work will now be via FaceTime, Skype or Zoom. New Zealand is going into Lockdown on Wednesday at midnight. All but essential businesses will be self-isolating for at least four weeks, maybe longer. … Continue reading Covid 19
NY Times newsroom, 1942 Updated 11/29/19 Your book is about to be released, but how do you get the news out to the media? The first thing you need to do is to write an engaging press release. A press release is a news story. It is written in third person, has a catchy title … Continue reading 13 Free Press Release Sites for Authors
Image shows a young woman on a fuzzy screen...the screen is glitching... I'm not sure how many have noticed or become irritated due to the REBLOG button not working. Well thanks to Chris Graham mentioning something to him when I messaged him about having to continually follow his blog, it all sort of fell into … Continue reading WordPress Reblog Glitch?
Not many. Especially readers. Well, guess what it's only been around for approx 120 - 150 years at most. Writers used to go out an find a printer who would print copies of their manuscripts, pay them and then the writer would sell their books to the public. Oh, wait! Isn't this what we do … Continue reading Who Knows the History of Traditional Publishing??
Introducing May Dawney you recently put this post up in a group on Facebook. It is a good read and it certainly makes you think. Please remember nobody is picking on anyone. It is an observation made which affects those writers and businesses - like me, who live outside the USA. Thank you, May Dawney, … Continue reading Amazon Review Privilege by Guest Blogger, May Dawney