Self publishing. Done right.
“1. You don’t post often enough. Frequency is what separates the men from the boys … or the women from the girls. You cannot build solid traffic without frequent posts. … Continue reading →
Hat tip to Barry Ritholz at The Big Picture for another great infographic on the growth of social media use. Click the picture to access the full infographic.
“ ‘Write every day.’ Should you? Sure. Can you? Maybe. Do you have to, to qualify as a “real” writer? Absolutely not. Obviously this isn’t the type of advice that … Continue reading →
Apparently, this isn’t the only blog on WordPress. Hat tip to Barry Ritholz at The Big Picture 6/2/12 for this great infographic – click the image to see the full … Continue reading →
“…before seeking publication. There is a cliché in publishing that by the time a writer finally gets published, she already has a whole stack of novels completed and hidden in … Continue reading →
“I have good news and bad news. The good news: The most likely path to success isn’t that hard to find. The bad news: Who said the path would be … Continue reading →
“Hachette Book Group has a new social networking app that lets authors and publishers share book chapters via Facebook. The ChapterShare app launches today with exclusive excerpts from chapters of … Continue reading →
“Oh, happy day: you’re selling books. A few of them, at least. But now that you’ve done the whole launching your book thing and you’ve made sure that no one … Continue reading →
“Revision is really about seeing your book as a whole–recognizing patterns you didn’t notice before, and reconciling any disparate parts into a unified whole. The best way to accomplish this … Continue reading →