Every New Years I talk to authors who have big writing and publishing plans for the new year. And yes, as you know, most of them never pan out. Does that happen to you, too? This is all too common, and I think it’s partly due to an assumption many of us have that writing […]
Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies Issue #72 including Judith Briles, Jordan Smith, Kimberley Grabas, Robin Cutler, Carla King, and more
Blogs for Self-Publishers, August 6 – 12, 2016 including Dan Wagstaff, Jane Friedman, Martin Crosbie, Paul Teague and Kimberley Grabas
It’s Memorial Day, here are links to great recent articles by Judith Briles, Kimberley Grabas, David Kudler, Amy Collins, Frances Caballo, and Dave Cheeson
I just came back from Salt Lake City, where the most recent version of the Independent Book Publisher’s Association (IBPA) Publishing University was held over the last few days. It’s been many years since I was in Salt Lake City, and I was struck again by the crystal clear air and the setting amidst a […]
Move past the frustrations of your biggest author platform stumbling blocks to finally get your book into the hands of your readers.
Do you know the simple formula to seriously grow your email list? Check out these ten clever strategies you can start implementing today.
Blogs for Self-Publishers, January 30 – February 5, 2016 including Sandra Beckwith, Hugh Howey, Jay Swanson, Kimberley Grabas, Dan Blank and Michael Kozlowski
To help guide the development of your book marketing strategy, here’s a list of seven relevant and significant marketing trends that should not be overlooked.
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 […]