How to Select a Self-Publishing Company

Many authors are choosing to self-publish their books instead of waiting around for a literary agent or publisher to publish their books. This could work for you. If you have good business acumen, understand marketing and selling, and are willing to do the work, your books could sell better through self-publishing than traditional publishing. Let’s […]

Select the Right Artwork for Your Book

I always loved art; art class was one of my favorite classes. A few years ago, I pursued a graphic design certification and worked as a graphic artist. I loved it and learned a lot about design. The graphic designer in me looks book covers with an ‘eagle’ eye. In fact, the artwork can dissuade […]

The Self-Published Author’s To-Do List

If you’re thinking about self-publishing your book, make sure it’s ready before it goes to print. My friend and Gilbert Writer’s group member (I’m still a member via telecommute), Frank Kelly just self-published his book Shadow Dancer. It’s a great book! You may think I’m biased but I’m not. Frank is a great wordsmith and […]

Get Unstuck and Transform Your Book into a Reality Part II

This is Part II of the information discussed in the webinar from Elizabeth Marshall, Host and Founder of AuthorTeleseminars and co-Author of The Contrarian Effect and Janet Goldstein about “uncovering the tipping points that will transform your message (and book) into a movement.” This webinar was one of the best I’ve listened to. Elizabeth and […]

Get Unstuck and Transform Your Book into a Reality Part I

Last week, I listened to a webinar from Elizabeth Marshall, Host and Founder of¬†AuthorTeleseminars and co-Author of The Contrarian Effect and Janet Goldstein about “uncovering the tipping points that will transform your message (and book) into a movement.” This webinar was worth tuning into. They provided listeners with useful information that can help turn your […]