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.
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Self Publishing Your Own Book: When Should You Consider It? Self-publishing your own book is one of the publishing industry’s dirty little secrets. Mainstream publishers, editors, and authors easily dismiss self-publishing and print on demand publishing as a rip-off for both the writer and reader. After all, if the writer was a real writer then […]
Welcome back! Today’s post, the sixth in the “Self-Publish a Book” series is all about writing a great book. Previous Posts: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 Ebook: an author’s best friend Now that your book is ready to take on the world, let’s get it out there so people can […]
Editing: Where the magic happens This post is a part a multi-post series on Self-publishing a book, sponsored by Highbrow In today’s post, I’m taking a cue from Ernest Hemingway. Before you freak out, remember that a first draft is not even worth showing to friends and family. As Ernest Hemingway famously said, “the only […]