Who did you write your book for? Where do your readers hang out on the internet and in person? Can you summarize your book in less than 30 seconds?
Once a writer becomes a published author, the “opinion” floodgates can open. What happens when all of a sudden, ugly reviews surface? What can an author do?
Successful authors know that they have to “invest” in continuing education because the publishing and marketing worlds keep changing.
In the first six months of 2017, traffic on the blog has been robust with 637,811 visitors, serving over 1 million page views. As we continue to offer high-quality content from experts and passionate newcomers to the field of indie publishing, our goal remains the same: To arm authors with the best information we can […]
By Judith Briles It’s a good question … for most, the answer is zilch. Or, the response is: what’s a tagline? Okay … what is a tagline and why should an author care? Ahh … now we are into the meat of it. Start with separating a tagline from a slogan. Where a slogan is […]
Blogs for Self-Publishers, May 6 – 12, 2017 including Kristen Lamb, Judith Briles, Frances Caballo, Cody Sisco, Dan Wagstaff and Amy Collins
A list of 25 things for authors to have in their booths to successfully sell books at book fairs and crafts events during the spring and summer months.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, April 15 – 21, 2017 including Nathan Bransford, Frances Caballo, Kristen Lamb, Judith Briles, Tony Riches and Amy Collins
Authors for decades have asked: “How do you get on TV?” “How do you get major coverage in the print for your books?” “How do you get on radio?”
Start probing before you sign on the dotted line with ANY self-publishing company or expert or whatever. Please, please do your homework.