This Week in the Blogs, November 26 – December 2, 2020

by | Dec 4, 2020

By Shelley Sturgeon

One more month to go in 2020. Raise your hand if you’re hoping for better things to come in the new year.

Time to review your writing and self-publishing plans for this year and start thinking about your plans for next year. If things didn’t go according to plan this year, you’re in good company I’m sure. Don’t be too hard on yourself. It’s been a tough year, hasn’t it?

Reminders:

  • You can submit your best blog posts to our blog carnival, Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies, by midnight on Tuesday, December 15th.
     
  • There is still time to submit your ebook covers for inclusion in December’s e-Book Cover Design Awards. Submissions are accepted until December 31st–New Year’s Eve.

Be well and stay safe! See you back here next Friday.

Joanna Penn on The Creative Penn
Copyright Law And Blockchain For Authors And Publishers In An Age Of Artificial Intelligence
“Intellectual property reform in the age of AI is inevitable, and we need our voices to be heard.”

Victoria Strauss on Writer Beware
#Audiblegate: How Audible-Acx Returns Policy Penalizes Authors
“Do you have audiobooks on Audible, either through your publisher or via ACX?”

Ruth Harris on Anne R. Allen’s Blog… with Ruth Harris
DIY Book Covers Have Come a Long Way — How to Create Professional-Quality Covers with Design Apps
“Several easy-to-use, drag-and-drop on-line apps (some FREE) will let you quickly transform your ideas into professional-looking, genre-specific covers.”

Sandra Beckwith on Build Book Buzz
The shy author’s guide to book promotion
“Getting “out there” and talking about their book can be downright painful for a shy author or those who prefer to write, not talk.”

AskALLi Team on ALLi’s Self-Publishing Advice Center
A Quick Guide to Accessibility Issues for Indie Authors
“With the rise in advancing technologies, making our self-published books accessible to everyone is becoming easier and easier.”

 
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