Tag Archive | self publish

Struggling authors, please read.

Struggling authors, please read.

Originally posted on Author Kyle Perkins:
By Kyle Perkins. ? So lately I have heard from a few people that they feel like they should just give up on writing because for whatever reason, they are feeling like it just isn’t worth it anymore. Whether they feel like they aren’t getting enough attention, don’t have…

Questions People Ask: ISBNs

Originally posted on Rachael Ritchey:
I’ve been asked this question several times: How many ISBNs do you recommend purchasing? The question of buying bar codes has also arisen, but that question is not one I know much about. From my limited experience, I would say, no, it isn’t necessary. My indie publishing experience has been with:…

Imminent Danger is Officially LIVE!

Imminent Danger is Officially LIVE!

Originally posted on Michelle Proulx – Author:
That’s right, ladies and gentlemen — Imminent Danger And How to Fly Straight into It is re-released on Amazon and ready for your reading enjoyment! (Scroll to the end of the post for links.) The 2nd edition features a variety of exciting updates, including: A brand new cover! Revised interior…

9 Ways to Make Your Self-Published Book Look More Professional

9 Ways to Make Your Self-Published Book Look More Professional

Originally posted on Michelle Proulx – Author:
In my continuing attempts to promote and improve the self-publishing scene, today I present a handful of helpful tips you can use to make your self-published print book look more professional. These tips have been compiled via examining multiple traditionally published books and comparing them to the collection of self-published…

“Always have beta readers who are willing to be honest” @SbethCaplin Where There’s Smoke Q&A

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
“Okay, where do I start? This quick read was not what I expected. When asked to review the book, I had expected some kind of romance novel. One featuring religious themes for sure, but a romance novel nonetheless. But what I got instead was a fascinating young adult novel…

I THINK I’ve made a publishing decision…

Originally posted on Alysha Kaye:
If you read my post a few weeks ago, you know I have A Chance to Leave the Self-Pub World… I think I’ve finally made a decision. ? ? Drum roll please………………………. ? ? ? I’m going to STAY put, self-pub, indie, unrepresented. Not gonna take the publisher’s offer. Not…

K.M. Allan

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