By Shelley Sturgeon
And, do not forget to send your e-book covers to our e-Book Cover Design Awards by the end of the month.
Still time to send your finest post to our next Self-Publishing: Carnival of the Indies blog site carnival. Submissions are accepted up until August 15th.
Some great posts filled with details on writing and self-publishing again this week.
Stay safe and be well! See you back here next week!
Lisa Tener on Lisa Tener Book Writing CoachGood News About Reading: Heres the Data” While coronavirus has triggered difficulties from book shop and library closings to manufacturing lags, theres plenty of great news about books, readers and publishing.”
Dave Chesson on Indie ReaderWhat to Write About on Your Author Blog (With Blog Topics Inside)” Im sure youve had this thought more than once in your author profession. With all the important things you ought to be doing every day to make the many of your writing, its hard to run a blog site as a marketing tool.”
Brian Jud on Nonfiction Authors AssociationMake the Grade in the Homeschool Market by Brian Jud” The academic market is a suitable sector for publishers due to the fact that it utilizes books as a foundation for its existence.Make the Grade in the Homeschool Market It includes, however is not restricted to schools, structures, research study companies, professional associations, libraries, trainees, and private educators.”
AskALLi Team on ALLis Self-Publishing Advice CenterThe Ultimate Guide to Authenticity for Indie Authors” The term “authenticity” is bandied around a lot when it concerns marketing and especially for authors. But what does it indicate and how do you use credibility without being discomfort or excessive details?”
Chrys Fey on Jane FriedmanHow to Do Legal and truthful Giveaways as an Author” When doing free gifts as an author, its essential to conduct a lawful free gift (and stay on the right side of Amazons terms of service) that safeguards the rights of the entrants.”