This Week in the Blogs, September 3 – 9, 2020

by | Sep 11, 2020

By Shelley Sturgeon

Some great articles for you this week. Be sure to check them out.

Reminders:

  • Submit your best blog posts to our blog carnival, Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies, by midnight tomorrow – Tuesday, September 15th.
     
  • Still time to submit your ebook cover for inclusion in September’s e-Book Cover Design Awards. Submission are accepted until September 30th.

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

Frances Caballo on Social Media Just for Writers
Not Sure What to Tweet? Check Out These 55 Examples
“Are you in a slump with your Twitter account, unsure about what to tweet?”

Sandra Beckwith on Build Book Buzz
“I wish I had known that before I self-published.” 25 authors share what they’ve learned
“Nearly everybody has a story about something they learned after they started the self-publishing process. For many, the discovery came too late to save them time, money, or trouble.”

Erika Liodice on Writer Unboxed
Rights Reversion: How to Give an Out-of-Print Book New Life with Self-Publishing
“At some point in your writing career, you might find yourself in a position like Densie’s, weighing whether it’s worth your time, energy, and money to self-publish a title that has reverted to you.”

Tina Dietz on Nonfiction Authors Association
The Hidden Potential Of Audiobooks: Three Questions Answered
“There has never been a better opportunity to enter the audiobook space. But going it alone is fraught with pitfalls.”

Jules Marie on The Book Shepherd
24 Sites on Where and How to Distribute a Press Release
“If you don’t share your news with the media, they won’t know that you just returned from a trip to the Moon, invented a floating tent or created a unique work of art! Editors rely on press releases for current news to share with their viewers.”

 
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