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?
Labor Day / Labour Day Post including links
An update on projects including the WriteWell Writer’s Journal, Book Construction Blueprint, and Creativity
In the first six months of 2017, traffic on the blog has been robust with 637,811 visitors, serving over 1 million page views. As we continue to offer high-quality content from experts and passionate newcomers to the field of indie publishing, our goal remains the same: To arm authors with the best information we can […]
It has been a long hot summer weekend here in northern California, and we’ve switched to summer hours to give the staff time to cool off, take a nap, or get in some reading time. Why am I telling you this? Because this space is usually occupied by our monthly Ebook Cover Design Awards, and […]
Editor’s note: This post first appeared in a slightly different form here in January, 2016. However, its lessons are still as valid as they were last year, and Nick has recently opened enrollment for his groundbreaking course, so I thought it was worth repeating for authors today. One of the reasons it’s so exciting to […]
For Memorial Day, brief remembrances of Roy Friedlander, Felix Morrow, Ernie Lindner, Michael Hoffman, Dan Poynter, Nicholas Jenson, Hermann Zapf.
This is a test. I’m publishing this article today for the sole reason of testing our RSS feed. RSS (real simple syndication) is the way we distribute the articles that appear on the blog to subscribers and to social media sites. (Did you know you can send your blog feed right to your Amazon Author […]
There are millions of apps, tools, extensions, and plugins available online. This is Part 2 of a big list of tools for indie authors.
by Nate Hoffelder Monday is usually my spot in our publishing schedule, but I’m giving it up today for a good reason. Last week Nate Hoffelder of The Digital Reader alerted me to a widespread attack on vulnerable WordPress sites. Since my site, and those of many other authors run on WordPress, this is a […]