Writing is a passion. It’s an art. It’s an expression of personality and creativity. It’s a jumble of words that are interpreted differently by everyone who comes across them, regardless of how concrete they are.
Nick Spalding is the bestselling self-published author in the UK. He recently signed a six-figure book deal. His romantic comedies Love… From Both Sides and Love… And Sleepless Nights were the first and third-best-selling self-published e-books in 2012. With Amazon saying 15% of Kindle sales come from authors with no book deal, here are his top 10 tips to succeeding in a crowded field.
Did you just get a new Kindle Paperwhite? You’ve made a great choice — the Paperwhite offers the best combination of features and value for money and you’re going to love using an eReader. But if you don’t know how to start using your device, you’ve come to the right place.
This is a guest post from Célia Berton from the YelloHonu blog, writing about how to become a successful author. It is the first step, before self-publishing an ebook. The book. The story. Enjoy! “I write books, I am the master of my art. Nobody can pretend to be like me, nobody can predict what […]
The more you engage with customers, the clearer things become and the easier it is to determine what you should be doing” — John Russell, President of Harley Davidson.
I conclude this series by exploring how you can develop a relationship with your readers over time and build your platform as an author.