Printing tips from the people who do it every day!
Nothing beats the feeling of holding your self-published book in your hands for the first time.
You've finally made the commitment to be a self-published author. Your book's printed, you made an amazing author website, and you can’t wait to share your work with the world.
The myth of “writer’s block” can be a dangerous one for self-published writers. Just using the term as a self-diagnosis for your creative block can make the challenge seem insurmountable.
Being a self-published author means you get to enjoy the creative freedom you always desired. You work on your own deadlines, and decide exactly how your book budget is spent. You’re even getting good at marketing yourself and your creative projects in the process!
Writer’s block: the sworn enemy of every author.
Much like the guy who crashed on your couch in college, it moves in at the worst time possible, makes itself comfortable, and seems intent on staying indefinitely.
Self-publishing your book is a powerful way to get your story out into the world as an aspiring author.
Self-publishing your book has more than a handful of advantages over traditional publishing.
From jotting down all your ideas to researching to networking, there are things you can do today to help keep your creative juices flowing and your project moving forward.
Here are 3 insights from successful writers about maintaining your inspiration as a self-published writer.
As a self-published author, you’ve got multiple hats to wear: author, literary agent, publisher, marketing manager, and sometimes even cover designer.
And one of the most important roles you’ll play in your book’s financial success? Social media strategist.
What are those numbers on the back of every book, and why are they so important?