Category Archives: publishing

Author Talk: Setting the Price for your Book – 7 Questions to Ask

are you struggling with┬ápricing your self-published books correctly? Here’s a post that will give you some tips on best pricing practices. If you find the post to be of value, please comment on the original blog. Also, be sure to … Continue reading

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A Major success, thanks to you.

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self-publishing Versus Traditional Publishing

If you want to compare the differences between self-publishing and Traditional publishing, here’s a post that will give you the pros and cons of both. 6 Reasons Self-Publishing Beats Traditional Houses and Agents – Guest Blog by John Grabowski

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Focus On Creation, Not Competition.

If you believe that being an author is a collaboration, rather than a competition, this post will show you how that statement rings true. It’s also true in other industries as well. If you enjoy this post and agree with … Continue reading

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Markets For Writers

Here’s an opportunity for those of you who love to write flash fiction under 500 words. via Markets For Writers

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Editors and Beta Readers – Vital for Independent Authors

As Indie authors, we must do all we can to make our books stand out above the crowd. Here are a couple of tips you need to take into consideration if you plan to self-publish your book, instead of finding … Continue reading

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Smashwords vs. Draft2Digital – by Melinda Clayton…

Good morning everyone, I’m sharing a post that I feel is valuable to all indie authors, because it gives you even more options to choose from. Although this post originated on another blog, I’m pressing it from Chris The Story … Continue reading

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