It’s heating up out here in northern California, and everyone is outside doing something: shopping, at the beach, playing frisbee in the park, or just sharing a glass of wine by the shore. I hope your weekend is as enjoyable, and these posts from the past week will keep you up to speed, encourage you, […]
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #77 including Shawn Manaher, Ali Luke, Helen Sedwick and many more
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #73 including Helen Sedwick, Dave Chesson, and John Doppler among many others
A book or website that relies almost entirely on using quotations written by others can be done, but not without doing a lot of homework.
What are the legal implications of using family photos, letters and stories? Here’s what you need to consider.
Many authors assume the legal disclaimers for their books are supposed to be boring, but the law does not require a disclaimer to be boring. Many writers have a lot of fun with their disclaimers. Here’s some examples.
Indie authors are often surprised to discover they are running a business and have questions about incorporation, business licenses, sales tax and hiring freelancers.
It’s always interesting to look back at the year that’s passed, as a way of trying to better understand the year ahead, especially if you’re a blog owner. These points in time present us with a unique perspective, one I rarely take the time to consider at other times. This year I decided to go […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, December 12 – 18, 2015 including Helen Sedwick, Lindsay Buroker, Dan Wagstaff, Martha Conway and Sandra Beckwith
Invasion of Privacy: Tricks and Traps of Writing About Real People, Part III by Helen Sedwick explains how to balance honest exploration with protecting confidences when your work will involve writing about other people and their secrets.