Secrets to Publishing a Book Blog
If you do not have an author’s website for your books or yourself, you are missing out on a valuable marketing and branding tool.
Are you one of those people writing a book, but never get around to publishing it? Why not? What is stopping you? Here’s a list of the most common excuses I hear from fledgling authors as to why they have not published their book yet:
Why would anyone want to read my writing?
Getting the best-looking cover for your book is essential. You can get professionals to do it, but that’s expensive. This highly-recommended free site does it for you.
Print books still outsell e-books. The average market share of print books is still a whopping 76%. There is no doubt that ‘print’ is not going anywhere.
What does it matter if people knock you down, criticize your efforts and laugh at you? Do their opinions pay your bills?
Just writing the blog posts is not going to help you much. You need to get the word out there into the internet about your latest and greatest post.
Adult colouring books are a very hot market right now, and has the potential to be very lucrative for self-publishers
Laura Harner copied the work of Becky McGraw — a F/M (Female to Male) romance writer — almost word for word.
By switching genres, Laura thought she could get away with it. Very few F/M readers will read M/M romance novels.
Using YouTube, Skype or Google Hangouts, your readers see your face and hear your voice — and you become more than just a name.
National Novel Writing Month, otherwise known as #NaNoWriMo, encourages writers to produce a novel, while getting the support and encouragement of other writers around the world.
This Kindle publishing library by renowned self-publishing teacher Di Heuser is everything you need to start an online writing and publishing business for yourself.