How many times have you downloaded a book that guarantees to make you a six-figure author only to find out they want to sell you something? This book is different! I’m not offering to make you a six-figure author or an instant success. What I am offering is a system you can use to write… Continue reading Publishing Without The Price Tag
Today I had the joy of being a guest blogger on Lucy Mitchell’s Blonde Writes More. So if you would like some tips on how to make your romance more believable, why don’t you pop on over to her blog and read my …. Top Ten Tips For Writing Romance.
When I first started writing I had no idea just how confusing things can get when your selling on different platforms. As an independent author, I often find that different versions of books are needed for different websites. For example, people who claim my book on Instafreebie can’t sign up to my mailing list to… Continue reading Tip Of The Day: Stay Organised!
This is a subject I briefly touched on a few days ago so I thought I’d look into it in more detail. We will start with what a mailing list actually is: A mailing list is a list of emails belonging to people who liked your book. If you haven’t got a book out yet,… Continue reading How To: Build A Mailing List
As people who read my last post will know, I received my first bad review recently. This lead to a lot of self-doubt and questioning. The review claimed my book was boring erotica. The boring bit I had no problem with. We are all entitled to our own opinion and I know not everyone will… Continue reading I’ll Do It My Way
Hello, and welcome to How To Wednesday. After a few weeks of neglecting my poor blog, I decided to return with a How To that I hope many will find useful, How To Proofread Your Manuscript. Firstly, let me give my opinion on this subject. You need a professional proofreader! I know many will tell… Continue reading How To: Proofread Your Manuscript
Hello, all and welcome to How To Wednesday. Perhaps this post should actually be called, How To Pick An Editor because finding one is quite easy. All you have to do is Google editors and you will find thousands upon thousands of results. So let me rephrase the title. How To Find An Editor Within… Continue reading How To: Find An Editor.
As I’ve said before I’m going to walk you all through my book publishing journey. I started by previously posting How to write a book. How to pick a cover designer. And How to find beta readers I’ve now decided that instead of just writing these posts whenever the whim takes me, I’m going to… Continue reading How to Wednesday.
As I have said on my home page I intend to share my self-publishing journey with you, so I thought I would start with beta readers. Okay, so you have written your story. After hours of writing, typing, pouring coffee down your throat and, in my case, crying while threatening to set the laptop on… Continue reading Beta Readers – How To Find Them.
Today I decided to share some wisdom that I’ve accumulated over my years in the DDJ (Dreaded Day Job) As I’ve mentioned before, I work as a shop assistant so here are just a few tips to help anyone else starting out in the same career. If the manager says they want to talk to… Continue reading Advice For The New Shop Assistant.