How Romeo and Juliet Can Help You Write Your Next Book by Helen Sedwick explains how copyright works when writers base their stories on public domain works.
Archives for October 2014
6 Ways to Write a Quick Free Ebook to Build Your Mailing List by Nina Amir explains how you can quickly create a free ebook to attract subscribers for your mailing list and why you should.
Welcome to this issue of the Carnival of the Indies blog carnival. This issue is for October, 2014. We welcome your submissions on topics related to writing, self-publishing, book design or marketing books. A collection of outstanding articles recently posted to blogs, your reading here will be richly rewarded. See the end of this post […]
5 Marketing Mistakes That Beginning Fiction Writers Make by Jason Kong explains why connecting the proper readers with your fiction is part of being a writer, as much as the craft of storytelling itself.
Top 5 Ways Authors Sabotage Their Own Book by Shayla Eaton explains why self-published authors often think they don’t need a professional editor, and why they should reconsider this decision.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, October 14 – 20, 2014 including Frances Caballo, Carla King, Nick Thacker, Sabrina Ricci and Doris-Maria Heilmann
Is Crowdsourced Editing Right for Your Book? by Corina Koch MacLeod and Carla Douglas explains the concept of crowdsourced editing and compares crowdsourced editors to beta readers and professional editors.
Welcome to the e-Book Cover Design Awards. This edition is for submissions during September, 2014. This month we received: 142 covers in the Fiction category 25 covers in the Nonfiction category Comments, Award Winners, and Gold Stars I’ve added comments (JF: ) to many of the entries, but not all. Remember that the aim of […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, October 4 – 10, 2014 including Kimberley Grabas, Chris Robley, Joanna Penn, Matthew Yeoman and Glynis Smy