20 Ways to Become a More Productive Writer by Nina Amir suggests ways writers can change to become more productive and achieve their book writing goals.
Editor and author Salomé Jones explains how to avoid making a bad decision if you want to sign with a small press.
How to Create a Blog Plan for Any Type of Book by Nina Amir explains why planning to include book-related content on your blog, increases the likelihood readers find you and your book.
6 Things to Consider When Writing Promotional Copy for Your Book by Karl Bunker compares promotional copy for four different genres and explains the similarities and differences.
How to Learn Scrivener the Fast Way introduces the Learn Scrivener Fast training program with Joseph Michael and a free webinar
Scrivener, Is It Really Worth the Bother? looks at ways the author has tried to learn this program
By Nina Amir Maybe you’ve heard the adage that if you’ve been searching for a particular book and haven’t found it, that’s the book you should write. Or if you’ve been wishing someone would tell a particular story, that’s the tale you should tell. And, if there’s a hole on the bookstore shelf waiting for […]
How to Profit from Your Content by Thinking Outside the Book by Jason Matthews shows authors how to create content in many shorter forms
By Jordan E. Rosenfeld (@JordanRosenfeld) We had a great response from Jordan Rosenfeld’s article here last month about why authors would want to form a writers’ collective, but many of you had questions about how to do it. Today, we’re very pleased to share with you another article from Jordan offering her insight about how […]
Why Self-Publishers Should Go it Alone, Together by Jordan Rosenfeld describes how writers can make use of writers collectives