I came across 15 FREE writing course offers from International Writing Courses. You may want to check check it out. Do enrol and keep your time occupied with your writing task. Here’s the link below
I’m always obsessed about reading on author branding because that is the single most important aspect that would decide how your books sell in the market. Listen to this podcast if you’d like to attact your very own tribes of readers.
It’s 2020 and I’ve already done something wild and new! Listen to the Phoenix Fiction Writers Podcast Episode 25: The Ins and Outs of Author Branding Being a guest on the Phoenix Fiction Writers podcast was a whole new experience, but branding is a topic I’m always happy to talk at length about. I […]The Ins and Outs of Author Branding — Elza Kinde
I am in the midst of finding out how to encrypt work shared digitally, especially for the purpose of getting beta readers to critique our work and to get #bookreviewers and #booktubers review our books. Author Review Copy (ARC) is what we call the books sent to readers in exchange for a review, but when it is sent in PDF form, it is just a matter of time before the whole book gets copied and sold elsewhere.
A simple google search moments ago helped me discover this website which I believe has a lot more other useful tips for authors and I would highly encourage you to read it. Also let me know in the comment below if you have actually used any softwares that help you safely sell encrypted e-books or if any of these precaution measures helped you in the past?
David Farland is one of the authors constantly providing valuable tips for writers and I would recommend you to check out his subscription site if you’d like to be in touch with his updates regularly.
I’ve been watching other writers now for nearly fifty years, thanks in part to a neighbor I had as a kid. I was born and raised in Oregon, and in the late 60s, the Hippie Generation was on the move. https://ift.tt/2LK4ARKDavid Farland’s Writing Tips : You and Your Career — Shannon Bolithoe : A Writing Life
Martin Crosbie had listed out some really important things we authors should be looking at when it comes to developing our writing career. I hope you’d enjoy reading the post as much as I did as it made me reflect on how I am approaching marketing and positioning myself as an author.
on Indies Unlimited: At BookDoggy, we often receive submissions from authors that are missing important items which could totally help them connect with more readers. We’ve put together a rant, I mean a list of things that drive us crazy, I mean things that will help you. Anyway, here it is. Continue reading HERE9 Things Authors Aren’t Doing (And Should Be Doing) – by Martin Crosbie… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog
We have newly revamped the Author Live Chat with Fans Show format. For those of you who are new to our website, our mission is to enhance author branding by leveraging the power of video marketing.
Everything you need to know about the program is right here, which is the same link to the previous Author Live Chat with Fans webpage. We’ve updated the link and we thought of letting you know about it as well.
We hope to have you as our guest on one of our shows soon! If you have any question, please do get in touch with us via email info at internationalbookpromotion.com
Nicholas has always been one of the most prominent authors in the writing and WordPress world and his advices are so on point. Here’s one on one of our favourite topics: author branding
Nicholas Rossis published this post around a week ago, and I kept it on file, knowing I was about to write a post on the same topic, but with a different slant. SO, here is another take on author branding, to expand on the topic further: via How to Develop Your Brand as a Book […]Reblog: (More thoughts on) How to Develop Your Brand as a Book Author — deborahjay
Read the original post for Tips on Writing Better Short Stories here https://ryanlanz.com/2019/05/18/9-tips-for-writing-better-short-stories/