By Florence Osmund The iconic soliloquy “To be, or not to be,” spoken by Shakespeare’s Hamlet in Act 3, Scene 1, is essentially about life and death. Do I live, or do I die? Is life worth living, or is it so painful that death might be a better option? Okay, so that premise is […]
Marlowe is an artificial intelligence that serves to help authors improve their novel before sending it off for professional editing.
Many writers wait until they have finished writing the entire book before they give any thought to the marketing of it. I argue this is backwards.
How do you take a full-length novel and condense it down to a brief sales pitch that is enough to entice a reader to purchase it?
Here is a breakdown of the cost of goods and services you will likely incur to self-publish a 200-page book (or about 60,000 words).