FIVERR and those who offer Formatting, also known as Interior Book Design, through this platform can be awesome and then not so much. Authors, especially new ones, need to know how to research and get the best. It's time for those questions again. All Authors need to know what questions to ask to find a … Continue reading FIVERR and the Pros and Cons of Formatting
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
It is strange how things happen in life. I was investigating Books to Read and their Universal Book Links to see if you had to have books on Draft to Digital to use them. Apparently not. I was then going to write an article about how to get your links which then adds the books … Continue reading Universal Book Links with Books to Read
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
Ghostly Rites Anthology Schedule. We are calling for submissions from writers worldwide. This year we are producing three Anthologies. Ghostly Romance, Ghostly Rites and one for children aged 10 to adult Ghostly Rites Youth. The Children's story must be scary but not over the top...Every child loves Goosebump Stories so let's see what you all … Continue reading Ghostly Rites – Submission Schedule
Editing Tips I spend a lot of time editing other people’s writing and self-editing my own work. In fact, I spend more time revising and proofreading than I do writing. So I thought I’d share a few of my favorite editing tips: 1. Accept Favor Requests for Editing When a friend, family member, or coworker … Continue reading Ten Editing Tips from Melissa Donovan
Posted on June 17, 2019 by Julia Roberts | Today’s guest post is by writing and creativity coach Julia Roberts (@juliadecodes). Despite its infamy for robbing people of their careers, writer’s block can give you a powerful gift—insight into your own relationship to the creative process. Writer’s block is nothing more than a drain of energy when you come to a … Continue reading Writer’s Block Is a Gift. Here’s Why.
It's possible for indie authors to go beyond thinking of selling our books just at online retailers. Libraries are another potential channel for book sales and another stream of income!Eric Simmons shares how he's gotten his books into some of the largest libraries in the US. In December 2017, as I was thinking about my 2018 business goals for my … Continue reading Book Marketing: How To Get Your Book Into Libraries by Joanna Penn
As a Publishing House, we watch technology to see how it changes relevant to Self Publishing. We are now getting more and more choices for Print on Demand Books. Here are some distributors who can help you self publish your book. Do remember there is a lot of work involved after you've finished writing. Plaisted … Continue reading Print on Demand – Publishing a Book!
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?