e-Book sale indicate people are switching back to physical books because of digital fatigue so what does that mean for authors today?
Archives for June 2016
Populism is becoming a powerful force, as we saw in last week’s referendum in the U.K. that led the British to vote to exit from the European Union. This way of thinking maintains that good, wholesome people are being mistreated by a small circle of corporate, political, or social elites, who can be defeated if […]
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #69 including
There are few sites attracting more buzz than Snapchat. If you’re an author of teen, young adult, romance or new adult fiction, consider Snapchat.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, May 2016 including
Blogs for Self-Publishers, June 11 – 17, 2016 including Shari Stauch, Jane Davis, Nancy Lin, Gordon Long, Holly Brady, Elizabeth S. Craig, and Petrea Burchard
Did you know that you can add tags to the links in your ebooks to track what book, what retailer or what chapter a hit to your blog came from?
One of the constants in the internet marketing world is the awarding of “bonuses” with almost any kind of product, including books. In its most basic form, a bonus could be considered anything extra that has value. By “extra” we mean that a bonus is something added to something else, perhaps a thing you weren’t […]
Summer – a great time to relax, recharge and re-assess for self-publishing authors, don’t you think? This week’s selection of articles from some of the best blogs on writing and self-publishing might just be a good place to start so why not pour yourself a beverage, put your feet up for a few minutes and […]
In order to write a great first chapter for a book, you have to start in the right place. There are two main ways writers tend to get this wrong.