Don’t force yourself to write something just because you think you should. Find out why you might be missing out on your own great ideas.
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In an interview with Chris Jane over at Jane Friedman’s site, author Robert Kroese shares the process by which he’s been able to write and publish up to three books per year. Kroese, who has written a number of humorous sci-fi/fantasy novels including the Mercury series, finishes books in 6-8 weeks. He starts with a [Read More…]
Writing can be a frustrating, lonely endeavor. Sometimes you might think that you’re all alone in the world. Whether it’s agonizing over a title or choosing between pursuing a writing career or moving on in search of something more profitable, almost every writer deals with the same struggles. Bestselling author Warren Adler shares his writing woes in [Read More…]
For new authors, it might be hard to know all of the necessary steps to take when self-publishing for the first time. This author gives tips and a checklist to consider before you self-publish your eBook. You first need to go through extensive editing and the beta-reader process before you finalize the manuscript. Then you [Read More…]
Many people think they HAVE to use social media to market their book, but the problem with thinking that way is that it becomes too sales-like.
When you’re marketing your book, you need to remember to build your author brand too! People want to see and connect with the author, so when posting on social media, make sure you’re being personable, and personal with posts and engagements. This article has a few great tips including, sharing links to articles and blog [Read More…]
There are plenty of tips for marketing, promoting, and publicizing your author business, but sometimes all you need is that one great tip to really get you going. This article offers tips from Nick Stephenson that are commended as being very useful. Nick Stephenson is a bestselling thriller author, and creator of Your First 10,000 [Read More…]
Many writers are so used to being behind the screen, that they underestimate the advantage of getting on it.
The thing about writers is that we tend to write a book that we want to write, without most of the time considering what people want to read.