There are millions of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins available online. This is Part 2 of a big list of tools for indie authors.
Learn which rules take priority over which — and see some fun examples of ways you can use CSS to make your ebook beautiful.
Most author bios are more potent than sleeping pills. Fun facts practically beg journalists and bloggers to add them to articles they’re writing about you.
Amy Collins and Bryan Cohen discuss the three different stages of drawing a reader towards you and your book in this edition of “Book Promotion: Do This, Not That”.
A sell sheet can be for your book, your expertise, or you as an author or speaker. It’s a slick one-sheet that brags about you.
Here’s a list of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins that can actually help indie authors and not further distract or hinder them in their work.
Learn about the most useful properties to use in CSS for ebooks, and the rules that help you define the way a particular chunk of text or an image displays.
This month Jennifer Reich of Momosa Publishing was gracious enough to let me expose her past “whoops”. I hope you find this as helpful as I did!
Does your book have a professional cover that is competitive with your genre? Is there a typo in the first 10 pages or a major grammar or boo-boo?
Have you ever thought about the fact that indie authors are media owners? Let’s discuss the three types of media we encounter whenever we tread online.