Monthly Archives: March 2013

Helpful Sites For New Authors

By |March 20th, 2013|

Helpful Sites For New Authors—And The Rest Of Us Too. Today’s guest post is from romance author Collette Cameron

I’ll be honest; I’m no expert on social media, publishing, or marketing. But I have come across some spectacularly useful sites for new authors on my journey to get published, and what comes afterwards: the dreaded book […]

I Don’t Need an Editor

By |March 19th, 2013|

I Don’t Need an Editor
I Don’t Need an Editor

Today’s guest post is from historical fiction author, Jim Wills.

I don’t need an editor. Believe me, yes you do.  “How the heck would you know?  You don’t know me.” is a common response.  I really do, because I’ve been a professional, freelance trade-book editor and commercial writer […]

SEO Basics for Writers

By |March 5th, 2013|

SEO Basics for Writers To Increase Search Results

Writers, knowing SEO basics will help in promoting your books. This guest post is by Mark Stubbles. He’s a well-known UK based SEO Consultant who runs Panda SEO Services

SEO basics are not hard to understand. They are the same for any business and something that writers should know. […]

Writing Books Improve With a Healthy Lifestyle

By |March 4th, 2013|

Writers Improve the Quality of Their Books With a Healthy Lifestyle

It’s important for writers to be healthy so they can be creative and write books. Today’s guest post comes from Molly Malone. She’s a copywriter, creative marketer, and freelance writer. Enjoy her guest post.

 

 

We often hear stories and legends about great writers leading chaotic, libertine […]

Self-Publishing a Book is the Easy Part

By |March 2nd, 2013|

Self-Publishing a Book is the Easy Part

Self-publishing a book is the easy part and any writer can do it; the hard part is building an audience which requires time and patience.

Today’s guest post comes from paranormal romance author R. Lynn Archie. You are not only the writer self-publishing a book, but the advertiser as you […]