Book pages, especially early in the design and construction of your book, are architectural in that they contain basic structural elements that need to be built on strong foundations, allow for ornamentation where appropriate, and pay attention to the execution of the book’s function of transmitting information from author to reader. Well, that was a […]
Archives for February 2016
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #65 including
Do you know the simple formula to seriously grow your email list? Check out these ten clever strategies you can start implementing today.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2016 including
Blogs for Self-Publishers, February 13 – 19, 2016 including Joan Stewart, Nina Amir, Jim Devitt, Amanda Luedeke and Sabrina Ricci
A review of how copyeditors different from proofreaders, and what else indie authors need to do when they get their manuscripts back from editing before they are printed.
Do you struggle to keep on track? Does your brain churn out an avalanche of ideas, flooding your mind and taking your attention off of what you have already started? Do you suffer indecision and doubt? Here’s how to go from distracted to determined.
By Jennie Nash In publishing, everything starts with the quality of the book. Today you’ll hear from editor and book coach Jennie Nash. In the course of her work, Jennie sees firsthand what authors tend to get wrong as they write their books–the rookie mistakes, the glaring errors, the fatal flaws. Her post today digs […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, February 6 – 12, 2016 including Data Guy, Penny Sansevieri, Anne R. Allen, Dan Wagstaff and Lynne Cantwell
Are you sometimes stuck when it comes to adding a title to a blog or article? Would you like to create one with some snap, crackle and pop? Here are three of my favorite tools.