It can be tough to stand out as a writer in a sea of indie authors. To find a loyal following, your audience needs to trust you. And what better way to earn that trust than by winning a book award?
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.
Thanks to the Internet, times are always changing on the marketing front.
At first glance, book printing and book publishing can seem pretty similar. But there a few important differences for self-published authors to understand.
Book printers print and and bind your book, while book publishers are focused on owning the intellectual property of your book itself.
With the increasing capabilities of the Internet, self-publishing becomes more possible for aspiring writers every year.
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.
As a self-published author, getting your work into the hands of a big publisher can mean a lot for your baby (er, for your book).
If you’ve recently completed your first manuscript, congratulations! All those late nights, endless cups of coffee and countless revisions have finally paid off.
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.
I can't say enough about everyone at Steuben Press and their help in bringing If I Was A Rainbow to life. Their dedication and artistic insights have helped me realize a life long dream.
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