Writer’s Tips November Edition – WordPress Hacks, Writing Timelines, Creating Audio Books, Editing Tips, and Social Media

Welcome to November edition of my collaborated Writer’s Tips. Each month I share some of the blog posts I come across with helpful writing or blogging tips. This month, I found quite a few goodies most worthy to share to help bloggers. Hugh Roberts shares three helpful posts again for those of us using the block editor – how to center images and how to look for blocks you’ve previously used, and how to find common Gallery blocks in the WordPress editor. From the Story Empire, Joan Hall gives us tips for writing differing timelines in our books, and Beem Weeks explain the procedure for turning books into audio books. Editor, Anneli Purchase shares misused expressions that writers can get caught in. Natalie Ducey has a new tutorial on how to add a Subscribe Button to your WordPress blogs. Last, but not least, Sue Coletta gives an in-depth explanation for the value of authors using Tik Tok platform.


Hugh Roberts on How to Center Captions and Images in the block editor


Hugh Roberts shares how to access our most used blocks for easy setup


How to find secret Gallery Blocks on WordPress


From the Story Empire, Joan hall has a great article on writing Timelines


From the Story Empire, Beem Weeks on Audio Books


Anneli Purchase, Ten Misused Expressions for writers


Natalie Ducey has a tutorial on How to Add A Subscribe button on WordPress


Sue Coletta as Anne R. Allen’s guest writer on Tik Tok and why it’s beneficial for authors


Writer’s Tips – 5 Tips for Better Book Cover Typography, Free Fonts, #BookBub Ads & More!

I came across some valuable shares this past week.  A nice mix of book cover design tips, writing what you know, more downloadable FREE fonts, how to use BookBub ads, and some great tips on what to look for before making your books into audio.


More free downloadable fonts from Nicholas Rossis




Book cover design tips

Source: 5 Tips for Better Book Cover Typography | WritersDigest.com


Some seriously great information for authors who are considering getting their books done in audio version. Nicholas Rossis has covered it all in this post

As audiobooks are the fastest-growing segment in publishing, I have been researching that market. One thing I realized is that choosing a narrator is probably the most important decision you make w…




Excellent article from the blog of Anne R. Allen on writing what you know for different genres

Say ‘Bye Felicia to Mary Sue: Why Writing What You Know Can Doom Your Story








A comprehensive guide to working with BookBub ads




Op-ed – Is giving our books away for free really a good thing?

Are Free Books a Good Thing?



How to add Sub-Categories to your blog posts to help readers find related posts in your archives, by Hugh Roberts