What a question! Last year my client Chloe King looked into writing on Wattpad. Finding that Erotic Stories were acceptable she went ahead with her plan. Except it isn't as clear cut as that at all. Not even by a small bit. One story was reported and pulled down. No email to the author, no … Continue reading To Wattpad or Not to Wattpad
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
Well, I suppose it was bound to happen at some stage. However, I'm still puzzled at how. Now you're wondering what I'm on about. Did you know that employers can see your FRIENDS Post? I thought they could only see PUBLIC POSTS. If I am wrong about this, then how did they find and read … Continue reading Caught out on Facebook
An excellent and must-read blog post by Kristen Lamb. https://authorkristenlamb.com/2019/06/barnes-noble-goliath-has-fallen
We'd like to introduce you to Jane Risdon, one of our latest clients who recently released an anthology of shorts called Undercover: Crime Shorts. This book already has five 5 star reviews with readers enjoying the twists and turns within the stories. You may have already heard of Jane Risdon. Jane is one of our Ghostly … Continue reading Interviewing Author – Jane Risdon
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!