We’ve all been there: a book we were excited about, one that we worked on earnestly. But when it hit the market, all that came back was a big yawn. No author wants to be in that situation, most of all a self-published author. We gamble our own time, money, and commitment to our books, […]
The long process of writing and publishing your book feels like you’ve crossed the finish line after running a marathon. But unlike a road race, you’re not done. The success of your book depends on approaching people, companies and groups and asking for their help to publicize, promote and sell it.
Amazon is changing things up again and is no longer listing books supplied from IngramSpark as “in stock.” Here’s what you can do.
When you feel drained of words, and what you are now beginning to think of as the “dreaded blog” is due the next day, how about giving yourself a second chance … a Writing Mulligan?
Fiction or nonfiction, your book will make a welcome gift. But how can people buy it for loved ones if they don’t know it exists? They read about it in a holiday gift guide.
2018 is underway and ebook sales are growing every month. This fact is what frames this month’s advice in DO THIS NOT THAT.
The challenge for self-published authors who have small or nonexistent networks, is to convince readers to add one more title to their to-be-read pile.
The book launch story of Fire and Fury, Michael Wolff, Henry Holt and lessons for indie publishers
Don’t forget about freelancers, one of the most valuable types of writers, when looking for journalists and reviewers to write about your book.
Ever dreamed of quitting your day job and making a living as a writer? Have you hoped that the sales from your first book would give you a steady income?