Just like an athlete needs to prepare thoroughly before the Olympics, as a writer you too must follow a workout routine to improve your technique. Establishing a writing routine is not always an easy thing to do, especially for debut authors that are just beginning to embark on a new journey. But no need to stress out, it’s not as difficult as it might seem at first. Here are some tips that might help you to… Read more
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Jane Austen was an English author who lived from 1775 until 1817. You may know some of her most famous works, such asÂ Pride and Prejudice, Sense & Sensibility, Emma, and Persuasion. But what you may not know is that this author, one of the most famous writers of all time, started her literary journey with the help of self-publishing. Being unable to get a traditional publisher interested in her work, Austen released both Emma and Sense & Sensibility on her… Read more
Imagine yourself… sitting on a deck chair somewhere in the south of France, sun hat draped over your head, sunglasses on, basking in the summer sun â what are you holding? Is it the hard back of a tablet, or have you bent the cover over as you sit back with your paper copy? E-Books – What’s the Fuss? For most, this argument always has an obvious answer but in this changing and competitive market of the e-book, there… Read more
So,Â you’veÂ just finished your first masterpiece, have had it professionally edited, proofread and self-published. Your close friends and family have all read it and are full of praise, so you might well feel ready to market it on a much bigger scale.
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