In the January tradition of looking back at the previous year, today I’d like to invite you to take a look back at some of our top posts for 2019.
Crowdfunding gives many authors and small publishers the time and money they need to publish properly, but it is not a magic bullet.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, October 4 – 10, 2019 including Stephanie Chandler, Amy Collins, Nate Hoffelder, Orna Ross, and Sandra Beckwith
We’re all think that we know enough to delve into areas of book publishing where we truly have no business. One of those areas, most often, is cover design.
Are you trying to build a “fan base?” Well stop. Seriously. There is a better way. Spend time every day connecting and interacting with readers.
Many authors launch their first book (or second) before building a list of readers and fans. Here are some early steps to successfully attract readers.
A very popular blogger recently tweeted that she wished “authors would stop acting like they ‘deserve’ a review from a blogger.”
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.”
There has been a lot of changes to how Amazon handles customer reviews. What should authors do to encourage readers and genre fans to write reviews?
To find your market and connect with your readers, outline who you are writing for, writing to, and how to use that to promote, and market your books.