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
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?
Best Website Builders Website Developer & Designer. Last update: October 9th, 2018. Until now, I had never used a website builder before… Having developed websites for a while, I’d rather dive straight into coding HTML, CSS and PHP. And avoid those drag-and-drop functions that website builders have. I was pretty sceptical. However, I was positively surprised by the ease-of-use and customization options that some of … Continue reading 10 Best Website Builder by Robert Mening
As a Independent Publisher which is a Limited Company, I always tell my author friends and clients to make sure they don't pay first and to look at prices...some are horrendous. A deposit is one thing, full payment...Hell no... they tend to be Vanity Publishers. Needless to say if you have a set of standards … Continue reading Industry Standard Group for Indie Publishers
If I go back to when I first started writing in 2012 I didn't know squat about publishing, never mind needing lessons in grammar, and the person's voice. Like many others out there I tried traditional publishing. You remember the first publisher of Fifty Shades? It was an Australian Publisher - Yeah I tried them … Continue reading My Journey into Creating a Publishing Company…Part One
Randall didn't know he had a destiny until it interrupted his lunch one day; and it was bigger than he could possibly have imagined (his destiny, not his lunch). That's when he met the mysterious Marcus Han - brainier than a clumsy butcher's floor, and secretly the richest man in the world, he would … Continue reading The Long Lost Future by Ian Cattell