September 1, 2016

Promoting Your Children’s Book on Social Media: A Newbies’ Guide

By Graham Dickson

You did it, your book is finished!  It’s a moment worthy of celebration. But if you have dreams of finally setting your laptop aside for awhile, it’s time to think again: In today’s book world, the reality is that you’ll be busier than ever, looking for online ways to […]

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August 30, 2016

The Real Cost of Self-Publishing: Diann Logan

 By Morgan Mackey

“The Real Cost of Self-Publishing” is an ongoing blog where we ask independently published authors to break down his or her expenses, in order to give others an idea of the costs involved in creating a successful book. Today, we talk to Diann Logan, author of “The Navel Diaries: How I Lost […]

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August 5, 2016

The Real Cost of Self-Publishing: Carrie Dickie

By Morgan Mackey

“The Real Cost of Self-Publishing” is an ongoing blog where we ask a self-publishing author to break down his or her expenses, in order to give others an idea of the costs involved in creating a successful book. Today, we talk to Carrie Dickie, author of “Network Marketing: The View From Venus.” […]

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July 26, 2016

The Art of Pacing

By Heather Seggel

Let’s assume that you’re a fiction writer looking to self-publish. You’re a voracious reader and practiced writer, willing to put in the hours of writing and rewriting to make a story shine. And you’ve got a great story to tell, rich in memorable characters and set in a locale […]

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July 11, 2016

6 ways authors go wrong writing their memoirs

By BlueInk Review

You’ve lived an interesting and full life – and now you want to leave a legacy. It’s time to write your memoirs.

This is a laudable goal, and many, many authors have amazing stories to tell. But too often, they don’t deliver the sort of book readers at […]

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June 27, 2016

6 tips for working with a book cover designer

By Gabrielle Orcha

Let us all, please, take a moment, and acknowledge that we undeniably, unapologetically, most often unconsciously, judge a book by its cover.

“We’d all like to think we don’t judge a book by its cover, but we do,” notes Renee Barratt. “It’s the first representation we have. It’s […]

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April 26, 2016

Promoting Your Horror Book on Social Media: A Newbies’ Guide

By Graham Dickson

You did it, your book is finished!  It’s a moment worthy of celebration. But if you have dreams of finally setting your laptop aside for awhile, it’s time to think again: In today’s book world, the reality is that you’ll be busier than ever, looking for online ways to […]

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March 29, 2016

Promoting Your Mystery Book on Social Media: A Newbies’ Guide

by Graham Dickson

You did it, your book is finished!  It’s a moment worthy of celebration. But if you have dreams of finally setting your laptop aside for awhile, it’s time to think again: In today’s book world, the reality is that you’ll be busier than ever, looking for online ways to […]

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