Are you considering writing a book and looking at all of your options?Â Are you nervous about self-publishing? If so, this article could help. Self-publishing has helped a great deal of authors publish their work. Many of these might otherwise have never written a book or certainly not got round to publishing. It has opened up the doors to so many people and completely changed the face of the industry.Â Moving forward, self-publishing is going to grow and grow and… Read more
Posts Categorized: Resources for writers
WellÂ done to everyone who has just completed a first draft of a book. Take time to congratulate yourself and enjoy the moment. However, before you sit back and completely relax, itâ€™s time to make some important revisions.
Publishing a book in todayâ€™s online world no longer depends on a third-party publisher and agents. Authors can have the artistic freedom to publish what they like and have complete control over the entire process. While it may take time, self-publishing is relatively simple and all books have the potential to be best sellers just like all other commercially published books. Self-publishing can be incredibly rewarding and an excellent choice for authors who are willing to put in a bit… Read more
In order to effectively sell your novel, you will need to know how to write a synopsis. Agents and publishers will often ask for a synopsis and even if you are self-publishing, it is worthwhile learning what makes a successful synopsis. Before we concentrate on what you need to include, itâ€™s important to be aware of what not to do. The biggest mistake many people make is to create a â€śbare bonesâ€ť plot summary; basically listing the plot in a… Read more
If you are writing your first book or are finding it difficult putting pen to paper, the following 10 handy hints will help to make your writing more appealing. 1. Delete the boring parts This might sound obvious, unless you are writing for purely personal reasons, you need to hold your reader’s attention. Publishing a book that is full of confusing and long-winded explanations could put readers off. You may need help from an editor who will look at it… Read more