Being an indie author, whether you accept this fact or not, means you’re running a business. An author business. And, just like every other business out there, you have more demands on your time than you have hours in a day. Which is why these five essential indie author productivity tools just might help you squeeze in another hour or two of writing.
Kindle Paperwhite is probably the reading buddy you take everywhere. There are actually a few tips and tricks that can make it even more useful. Give these five a try.
One of the best parts of buying an ebook from Amazon is the syncing. You can read on your Kindle Paperwhite, then open the Kindle app on your phone and pick-up exactly where you left off. It’s what digital reading should be all about.
The biggest question new writers ask is “How long does it take to write a book?” And the common answer normally is: “It depends”. According to this article that interviewed famous authors, when asked how long it took to produce their debut novels, the answers ranged from four years to a decade. In other words, […]
For many authors book promotion is a necessary evil. When I put my author hat on, I totally get this.