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Rambling update from a new author…

A couple people have asked me how my book is selling. Well, I’m not sure. I only get quarterly reports …Continue reading →...
by Enough Light on Mar 2, 2016

How to Self-Publish Your Book

Now that you know what you would like to self-publish, here are some tips on how to go about doing it.
by Hunter Happenings on Jan 11, 2016

2016 Predictions for Book Publishing

I’ve featured Mark Coker, Founder of Smashwords, many times on this blog…  And, today, I’ll give you some excerpts from an article by him (hoping I encourage you sufficiently, so you’ll take the link and read it all…...
by Notes from An Alien on Dec 28, 2015

FREE DOOR HANGERS – Writer At Work

The post FREE DOOR HANGERS – Writer At Work appeared first on Publishing Addict.
by 2PEP on Nov 27, 2015

4 Reasons to Consider Self-Publishing

Thinking about self-publishing? Here are some tips on why you might want to consider this option.
by Hunter Happenings on Nov 20, 2015

29 October 2015 - THINGS TO PONDER ABOUT BOOK PUBLISHING

THINGS TO PONDERABOUT BOOK PUBLISHINGG'day folks,Welcome to some interesting points about book publishing, courtesy of Curtis Sittenfeld, an American writer. 1. When it comes to fellow writers, don’t buy into the narcissism of small differences. In...
by clancy tucker's blog on Oct 28, 2015

What is Book Publishing Scams and how to avoid

What is Book Publishing Scams and how to avoid - Are you a writer who received as a book published? If so, and if you are currently an unpublished author, who almost anything to your book can do to see printed. As good as it is to have goals and drea...
by Bimti Story on Jun 30, 2015

Writing to get published

What kind of writer are you? Does everything you write have to get published for you to feel like you’re a writer? Do you ever just write because you have a brain overflowing with ideas? I think (and this is just my opinion) that if you write s...
by Dramaquill's Weblog on May 31, 2015

Argiope Aurantia by Deborah Keever

Argiope Aurantia by Deborah Keever from BookWhirl on Vimeo. About the Book Argiope Aurantia, also known as a Garden Spider is an invertebrated animal having an exoskeleton. See her emit pure white silk from her spinnerets sac as she captures her prey...

How to Write a Book in Less than 24 Hours Discount

I am absolutely sure that the How to Write a Book in Less than 24 Hours training program will be a good selection for anyone who wants to create any best-selling book.
by Discount Signals on Apr 10, 2015

Top 5 Points to Self-Publishing

Thinking about self-publishing? Here are 5 important steps to getting started.
by Hunter Happenings on Mar 27, 2015

Who is your favorite suspense novelist?

Part of learning to write well is reading good books by successful authors in your genre. Here’s a list of some of the top writers who create suspense to keep you flipping pages well into the night.  Who’s your favorite? Mary Higgins Cla...
by Dramaquill's Weblog on Feb 10, 2015

Those Were the Days My Friend…I Thought They’d Never End! by Sara Beatrice Sober

About the book This is the story of a little girl born on the Lower East Side, in New York City, of immigrant parents from Austria and Germany. An artistically talented woman who overcame her losses at an early age and developed her talents with her...

Resolutions or Goals?

According to several online sources, it seems that approximately 40-45% of folks make new year’s resolutions.  Sadly, it’s also reported that approximately 60% fail at keeping them. As a writer, do you make resolutions? Several years bac...
by Dramaquill's Weblog on Dec 31, 2014

I didn’t finish Nanowrimo – am I a failure?

First of all, congratulations to all those writers who conquered and won the Nanowrimo 50,000 word challenge.  I salute you! I chose a WIP (“Summer at Birch Beach”) this year.  I had about two thirds of it written in a very rough draft.
by Dramaquill's Weblog on Dec 8, 2014

I didn’t finish Nanowrimo – am I a failure?

First of all, congratulations to all those writers who conquered and won the Nanowrimo 50,000 word challenge.  I salute you! I chose a WIP (“Summer at Birch Beach”) this year.  I had about two thirds of it written in a very rough draft.
by Dramaquill's Weblog on Dec 8, 2014

When is the Perfect Time to Write a Book?

Have you always wanted to write a book? . . Surveys say that a lot of people want to write a book. . . However, only very few actually wrote and published books. . . Why is that? . . This could be a reason: . . Yes, I really want to write a book. [&#...
by Seminar Philippines on Nov 17, 2014

What Does It Take to Write a Book?

A few years ago, a Pinoy OFW messaged me in FB and said, “Sha, can I call you up even just for 15 minutes? What is your mobile number? Super important!” Let’s call him Jeff (not his real name). I replied, “Hi, Jeff! May I know what’s the ag...
by Seminar Philippines on Nov 16, 2014

Have You Always Wanted to Write a Book?

Have you always wanted to write your own book?  .. Surveys say that a lot of people want to write a book!  . . Are you one of them? . What keeps you from writing your own book? . . Maybe you may have any or all of the following excuses. . . “I’...
by Seminar Philippines on Nov 11, 2014

The Collapse of my digital publisher – what should I do?

During the summer, my digital publisher of my suspense novel, When Love Won’t Die, disappeared. The website disappeared. Messages to the CEO (both phone and email) unanswered. My book vanished from Amazon, B&N, RRP and all the other sites w...
by Dramaquill's Weblog on Oct 11, 2014


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