Newsletters are a valuable tool, but at the same time, it is also very easy to be intimidated by the idea of putting out a newsletter.
By Shelley Sturgeon We are pleased to welcome Nate Hoffelder to The Book Designer as a Contributing Writer. Some of you may know Nate from his blog The Digital Reader or from his guest posts here on The Book Designer: Authors: Take these Five Basic Steps to Secure Your WordPress Website Today! Authors: Invest […]
I’ve recently been writing a series on Book Anatomy for the BookWorks site, and the most recent article just went live last week. In taking the opportunity to revise my own work of about 10 years ago on the Parts of a Book I found a number of places where the list could be updated […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, April 27 – May 3, 2019 including Chris Syme, Melissa Bowersock, Nate Hoffelder, Sandra Beckwith, Lindsay Buroker, and more
Authors attempting to get their books into bookstores and onto the shelves of retailers often give up as soon as they receive their first “no thank you.”
e-Book Cover Design Awards, March 2019 including Silke Stein, Doublenaut, and many more
Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #103 including Mark Coker, Jay Artale, Amanda Linehan and many others
It’s been a couple of years, so let’s revisit online ebook conversion tools available through the major retailers and aggregators.
A bit of miscellany today: Get the “Out” Out When did the word “out” invade the rest of our verbs? It’s everywhere, and deserves to be eliminated. Some examples: Tweet out Report out When did this sneak in? “Out” in these contexts adds nothing, since the idea of “sending it out” is inherent in both […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, April 13 – 19, 2019 including Dan Wagstaff, Frances Caballo, John Doppler, Chris Syme, and Stephanie Chandler