Daily, I get questions from published authors: Is it worth it … to put in the time and energy to mount a bestseller campaign on Amazon?
It’s time to remaster your thinkin’ and doin’. You do know that every author needs to master the art of selling … yes? And do you know why?
Book launch or marketing campaign plans for this spring have been turned upside down. It’s time to discover apps that enable you to connect globally.
Are you ready to jucilate, i.e. explore the art of creating new ideas that intrigue others and catch their eyes and open their ears?
Welcome to the new world of publishing where the “self-published” author isn’t scorned … where the book looks professionally created.
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.
Did you get done what you wanted to get done over the past twelve months or did you get snarled in other things that threw curves at your writing plans?
I’m always asked this question: Do you have any quick tips for getting unstuck in writing? We all get stuck once in a while so know that you aren’t alone.
Are you concerned about Facebook posts or requests? Many are. Next year is an election year and you can bet that Facebook will have hiccups.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, September 13 – 19, 2019 including Helen Baggott, Chris Syme, Stephanie Chandler, Nate Hoffelder and Judith Briles