Price Matching on Amazon using Smashwords (How to make your book FREE at all online retailers during a limited-time promotion) Hey, everyone! Today, I thought I would do a quick post on price matching. I’ve mentioned it a few
Sh!t I Learned Today: How to Get and Plan for a Bookbub Ad How to get a Bookbub Featured ad (based on my experience), how to effectively use your ad, and mistakes I made that you can avoid!
Sh!t I Learned Today: Author Branding (Basically, how I completely screwed up my own author branding) I see you there, cringing and grimacing and moaning because, oh !*&%, this is another post on branding. But I promise, this won’t
Ok, so. You broke your book. You know, that book. The one buried in some obscure file on your computer. The one that haunts you. The one that no matter what you do, you can’t fix. But no matter how
Sh!t I Learned Today: Publishing Rejection Okay, this really isn’t something I learned. I mean, we all learn lessons about rejection throughout life. It seems that rejection is the one lesson we get to keep on learning, no matter
When I first realized I wanted to be an author, I found that I was easily overwhelmed by the extreme learning curve I had before me. And it wasn’t just stuff you had to learn, but also execute every day
Whoa! Long time no see, dear blog. That sounded like a diary entry. Sorry, I’m really out of practice. It has seriously been a long time since I’ve done an actual blog post, ya dig? OMG! I can’t stop myself.
I was recently asked a few really great questions about novels versus novellas from a fellow author. I thought others might be interested in the topic, so I wanted to blog about it here. I am by no means an
So this is kind of a “Sh!t I Learned Today” post. If you’re new to my site, I write a series of posts where I discuss things I’ve learned as a newbie author in the hopes of helping other new
2014 was a year of trial and error for me. It was my first year of publishing, so I’m okay with the mistakes I’ve made along the way. I found a lot of techniques that worked and a lot that