Tag: self publishing

Writing Tips: CreateSpace Closing, #Blogging Tips, Publishing Advice, First Sentences

Tips for Writers

    Today’s Writer’s Tips are brought to you by David Gaughran, Deborah Jay, Anne R. Allen, and Hugh Roberts.     CreateSpace is closing in a few weeks. Apparently, authors books are being offered to be moved over in a series of moves. We have to wait until we see the invitation popup on […]

Writer’s Tips – Friday #Blogshare – #SelfPublishing #WordPress Changes Coming

Tips for Writers

This Friday blogshare has some interesting and informative links from the big change coming soon with your WordPress Editor, Joanna Penn talks about writing with dictation, David Gaughran talks about the differences between publishing paperbacks on KDP and Createspace, and an interesting post on memoir writing. Gutenberg is coming, supposedly at the end of August! […]

Test Yourself – How Professional are You Publishing? Part 1 | Savvy Book Writers

Reblogging is flattery

I came across this interesting article from Savvy Bookwriters about the importance of building an author platform. I subscribe to their blog posts and newsletter, as they are always full of great information for writers on the topic of self publishing.   Below is a snippet of the article on building an author platform. It’s […]

#Kindle Spell Check and Preview Your Book While in the Publishing Stage – Diane Tibert

Reblog and featuring

Lately there has been quite a bit of chatter about the possibility of Amazon flagging books for spelling errors. Friend and author/editor, Diane Tibert, has written a great article on the importance of using the Kindle Previewer before downloading your book to self publish.   In her article, you will note that all ‘misspelled’ words […]

#Author Profile: D.G. Kaye, Boldly Going! | Dan Alatorre – AUTHOR

D.G. Kaye interviews

About a month ago, I was invited to be interviewed by author Dan Alatorre  to share my answers to his many questions about my experience as a writer (amongst some other silly personal stuff, because that is just what Dan is all about). Dan has quite a popular blog full of great info, writer challenges […]

What’s Wrong with Getting an Ebook for Nothing? – Jack Eason


I often visit Jack’s blog at Have We Had Help. Jack is a published author, and likes to share his opinions on many issues concerning self publishing, reviews, and writing.   In this time of self publishing, Amazon’s payment structures and promotion avenues are often a topic of conversation between authors. Amazon offers us tools […]

Have Bags, Will Travel #Book #Cover Reveal


After a long, busy summer dealing with many setbacks while trying to work on the publication of my newest short stories book of travel memoirs, I’m happy to announce that it will be published by month’s end.   This book went through various changes and delays through these past months due to some unforeseen life curveballs […]

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