Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #86 including Frances Caballo, Kate Sullivan, Helen Sedwick and many more.
Raging wildfires. 500-year hurricanes. Earthquakes triggering mudslides. Sea-level rise. It’s enough to make you want to bury your head under the covers. Both the occurrence of these disasters and the detailed and extensive reporting on them have fueled a growing interest in preparing for the worst. Ads for survival kits, water purification systems, underground vaults, […]
Want to hire an illustrator, cartoonist or some other creative professional? Here’s what you need before you embark on your quest.
Whether you don’t know where to begin or you’re drowning in the number of tasks you’ve started, any author learning to market their books can feel confused.
It’s never been a better time to be a self-published author, and there have never been more book reviewers available to the writer who decides to go indie. Book reviewers help spread the message about your book by publishing a review to their own network. But if you’re new to publishing, you have to figure […]
Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #85 including March McCarron, Amy Collins, Lisa Poisso and many more.
An important part of your book promotional plan to help you get in front of as many potential readers as possible, is publicity.
e-Book Cover Design Awards, September 2017 including James T. Egan, J.D. Smith, Damonza, Dane Low and many more. Guest judged by Tamara Deaver and Erin Stark
Why bloggers should be taking advantage of their ability to self-publish books from their content archives.
Are you including print books in your publishing strategy, or do you think you might want to do that someday? Good news. I’ve partnered with BookBaby, the ebook distributor and publishing services vendor, to make my new book available to anyone who wants it for free. That’s pretty generous, don’t you think? There’s a link […]