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
By Judith Briles Not a week goes by when I don’t get an email or a phone call with an “I don’t know what to write about” statement from an author. Some who are in the newbie realm; others who have been publishing for years. The subject could be a blog. Adding to the ezine. […]
There’s no question that guest blogging helps sell books. But it’s a powerful book marketing tactic for other reasons, too.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, April 6 – 12, 2019 including Nate Hoffelder, Jane Friedman, Scott Semegran, RJ Clayton, and Porter Anderson
Book publishing practices are evolving quickly. Are we clearly seeing the big trends? Are we positioning ourselves successfully?
Is it time to let go of the digital past and embrace the analog future? Not just any analog future, but the digital analog future.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, March 30 – April 5, 2019 including Stephanie Chandler, Lynne Cantwell, Chris Syme, Rachel McCollin, and David Gaughran
As a novelist, do you dive right in, or do you use “how to” guides to get you to The End? Do you write your own elevator pitch as a story planning tool?
Self-Publishing: The Carnival of the Indies Issue #102 including Kimberley Grabas, Carla King, Frances Caballo and many more.