Being an Indie Author can be an expensive process, especially starting out. When I started publishing books almost five years ago (where did that time go?) I started with literally no capital. I wrote a book and then I tried to learn what I could from the internet and podcasts. That’s one of the reasonsContinue reading “IAT: Top 10 Free Indie Resources”
How to self edit a book – 10 Tips for when you’re really strapped for cash
If you want to be profitable as an author write long term one of the most important things you can do is get your writing edited properly. Find out why.
Are pre-orders worth it? Should you be offering pre-orders on ebook platforms such as Kindle, Kobo, and Smashwords?
I’ve been wanting to share another tips list with you for a while so here are 11 things that have helped me on my journey as an Indie Author. 1 – Create An Engaging Newsletter – This will take time but is worth it. You want people to get excited when they hear your name,Continue reading “11 Tips For Indie Authors”
Said to be the foundation of any marketing plan a newsletter is something all authors should have. While frequency of release is up to you (conventional wisdom is weekly but lately I’ve been struggling to even get one out monthly due to big life stuff) it is nevertheless important to have a regular release ofContinue reading “Indie Author Tip – Newsletters”
Advertising is a necessary evil for an Indie Author. You don’t want to do it. If you studied literature or writing you did it to improve your craft. It’s not likely you studied marketing which means it can really feel like you’re flailing around in the dark feeling for a light switch. I don’t likeContinue reading “Indie Author Tip – Facebook Ads”
Want to find out if you’re a pantser or a plotter? Want to know WHAT a pantser or a plotter is? Read on to find out.
It’s done! The first draft of Samhain Sorcery is officially done! (Or at least, as done as it’s gonna get) *runs around the room and dances to silent music*.
I wanted to share another poem with you today. This is another of the poems I wrote for my poetry class at Uni. I love ghost stories and was a huge fan of The Mediator series by Meg Cabot. I firmly believe ghosts are real but what if we can’t see them? Or maybe someContinue reading “Poem: Ghostly Stalker”