e-Book Cover Design Awards, January 2019 including Alexandra Brandt, Lisa Burroughs, Dan Van Os, Damonza, James Egan and many more.
Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #101 including Daphne Gray-Grant, Martin Crosbie, Frances Caballo, and many more.
There are many strategies and tools an author can use when launching a book, but one of the most powerful resources to leverage is a Street Team.
This week we are celebrating the 100th issue of Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies. This is our monthly “blog carnival” that’s been appearing since 2010. Although most blog carnivals have disappeared over the years, the support of the self-publishing community shows that this type of content curation is still prized by readers. Since 2010 […]
e-Book Cover Design Awards, December 2018 including
A collection of outstanding blog posts on Self-Publishing and the Indie Author Life, including Jay Artale, CS Lakin, Doris-Maria Heilmann, and many more.
Every year I review the top blog posts from the previous year on The Book Designer blog. It gives me a chance to see what topics readers responded to the most, what has people talking, and where we might focus more articles in the coming year. In 2018, Contributing Writer Amy Collins scored big, with […]
I’m getting closer to publishing my new book on creativity called Meeting the Muse: 28 Ways to Unlock the Pleasures & Avoid the Pitfalls of Your Creative Life. As regular readers know, this book is not about book publishing, it’s about the motives that move us to be creative, and the obstacles we often encounter. […]
I’m working with Sharon Goldinger on a new marketing product for authors, and we can use some help. Can you write clear informational copy? Work cooperatively on a project? Have time to put in over the next couple of months to see this to completion? You’ll be paid on an hourly basis and I bet […]
Every New Years I talk to authors who have big writing and publishing plans for the new year. And yes, as you know, most of them never pan out. Does that happen to you, too? This is all too common, and I think it’s partly due to an assumption many of us have that writing […]