Are you playing the waiting game with your writing career? Good things are worth waiting for and that is true when it comes to writing, editing and publishing a terrific book.
As things get even more competitive in the world of self-publishing, unless you’re in a very small niche, you’re likely dealing with hundreds to thousands of competing books, all fighting for attention. A “good” title isn’t enough. You need an irresistible book title that, most importantly, is unique when placed next to other books in the genre.
National Novel Writing Month, aka NaNoWriMo or Nano, gets novelists and potential novelists moving on a rough first draft at least 50,000 words long.
Resource Roundup Report and Recommendations (Part 2) continues with Money, Training, and Utilities choices
Resource Roundup Report and Recommendations reviews products in use at The Book Designer.com
5 Awesome Benefits to Writing Flash Fiction for Your Email Subscribers by Jason Kong offers five reasons why fiction writers should write stories, roughly 300 – 1,000 words long, and send the creations to their email subscribers.
What Makes an Authorpreneur? I Tell My Story of combining my interest in publishing with wanting to make a difference.
How to Succeed with Your Blogged Book or Booked Blog Project by Nina Amir describes how you can use your blog effectively to transform yourself from blogger to author by either blogging a book or booking a blog.
The Email Marketing Trap Fiction Writers Must Avoid by Jason Kong explains why it is so important that the email marketing approach you take works for your situation, regardless of what it does for everyone else.
Wannabe Author to the Real Thing in 5 Steps by Judith Briles explains how to get unstuck and move forward and go from a wannabe author to the real thing this year.