Tag : publishers

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It’s an adventure when you decide you want to publish your book.  I can understand that there is a lot of emotion going through you  when you finally decide that after all the months of editing and re-writing, you will finally start the wheels of publishing in motion. Part of the challenge is that you …
I love reading books, and I also find enjoyment in writing them.  I have noticed that over the last year or so there is a website where both writers and authors can meet and review each others books.  I think that there is a lot of merit to the website called GoodReads. Even though I …
Thanks for the post Damaria!  This is great information for any writer, and it’s great to hear others who have self-published and published a book say what life is like– after publication! The Juggling Act: Researching, writing, editing, publishing and promoting books at the same time By Damaria Senne This post was inspired by Rebecca, …
It seems interesting to me that people seem to want to publish their writing, but then they will discount many of the methods one can use to publish it.  If your writing is great, and it has a great editor – one who is willing to tell you that your writing needs improvement – then …
I have published a book, and like so many others who have done this, I had to make a lot of choices about what, when and how my book would be published.  This means I had to put on each of the many “hats” that all writers need to wear.  Ond of the biggest challenges …
People think that this is an easy question and easy answer:  How many books should you publish per year?  Answer:  As many as you can.  Right answer — wrong line of thinking. Can you really publish a book a month?  Yes, you could but, unless these books have been in the works for months ahead, …
Which is better?  I think we want to see success in all our writing, and the question becomes:  What should we do? Should we write another book that will build on the last book, or promote the book that we have just published? For me the answer is simple:  Do both. 1) You have a blog, …
The image of books, and many books at that, speaks volumes to writers:  when you publish, you want to have a good assortment of books.  At least, that is the way most authors like to think. This might be true to some, but for others, marketing your book in the right way and at the …
There is a debate within my group of writing friends as to what exactly self-publishing is “really.”  For the most part we have decided that we would use the standard working definition of self-publishing as “anything done by the writer, without a company who works with them, and the writers use their own money.  The writers have the …
I decided that I am going to have a Kindle edition of this book.  I am pretty excited bout this because I was back and forth asking myself if this is such a grand idea.  I think that it is.   Kindle has a big market. It is a part of the Amazon world, and it …
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