Hello Writers of Bloglandia, It's time for another post in which I share with you a resource that I hope will make your writing life even more marvelous. If you've missed any of the Resources for Writers posts, you can find them by clicking that category link hanging around near the title of this post. … Continue reading Resources for Writers: Book Raid
Hello Writers of Bloglandia, It's time for another post in which I share with you a resource such as a book on marketing or craft, a promo site, or simply a tool that I hope will make your writing life even more marvelous. A Reminder About These Posts In case you missed last week's premier … Continue reading Resources for Writers: The Fussy Librarian
Unlike most of my posts lately that have been for everyone (or at least everyone who is interested in my books), this one is especially for the writers out there. But even if you're not a writer, if you've been curious about some of the "behind the scenes" stuff of being an indie author, you … Continue reading The Amazing Adventures of Running a Book Funnel Promotion
A Little Warning & Apology Okay, this post is going against my usual humble style and I'll just preface all this braggy-sounding content by letting you know that all these amazing rankings were only in the Amazon Kindle Free Store (as opposed to the Paid Store) and so don't quite count as much. Plus, I … Continue reading Making It to Number One on Amazon (sort of)
Despite what some folks may believe writing is a lot of work. There's the writing of course which requires research and longs hours of typing or scrawling, there's the revising which is daunting to say the very least and then there's the promoting which sometimes feels as effective as banging your head against a wall. … Continue reading Promoting Your Book: Book Trailers
Many writers jumping into the literary world, ask themselves this. Perhaps they even search online for the answer. Writers' magazines, when spotlighting new authors list how long it took them to complete their book. The answers, wherever you find them, range from seven weeks to seven years. Not helpful. It's like saying your next … Continue reading How Long Does It Take to Write A Book?