Tricks and Traps of Using Real People in Your Writing, Part 1: The Right of Publicity by Helen Sedwick explains if and when writers can model characters after real people and name names without getting sued.
Archives for July 2015
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.
Welcome to this issue of the Carnival of the Indies blog carnival. This issue is for July, 2015. 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 […]
Copyediting: It’s Not Rocket Surgery by Corina Koch MacLeod and Carla Douglas provides examples of how copyediting is a process that incorporates many tasks and requires various skills.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, June 2015 including Maurizio Marotta, David Drummond, Damonza, Dane Low, Scarlett Rugers, and many others
Blogs for Self-Publishers, July 11 – 17, 2015 including Nate Hoffelder, Porter Anderson, Viv Oyolu, Stephen Oram and Melinda Clayton
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.
Get Started on Twitter in 7 Simple Steps by Judith Briles documents seven basic steps to help people who are scratching their heads at the beginning of a Twitter journey.
The Rewards of Balancing Risk and Opportunity examines risk in self-publishing and blogging, and hints at the rewards