Knowing how to make an audiobook, where to find narrators, terms such as PFH (per finished hour) and more will help you take the plunge into capitalizing on this growing market and diversify your story’s revenue streams.
What does writing to market mean? And should you write to leap on trends or focus on telling the stories you’d love to tell? Read 10 pros and cons.
Learn how to get your book published, including the pros and cons of indie vs traditional publishing, small vs larger presses, and how to write an effective query letter.
Understanding how to copyright your novel and navigate issues such as fair use and requirements for referencing other works will help you avoid IP theft and other trouble.
Writing romance is a potentially lucrative choice of genre. Read tips from top romance authors and their agents on commercial romance, the power of networking, and more.
Publishing a novel has many moving parts, not least the book trade and how it is impacted by multiple factors. Read 10 insights from publishing predictions.
Learning how to self-publish your book and cover every step will help you find greater success as an indie author. Learn about indie publishing vs traditional publishing plus ISBNs, the benefits of good cover design, and more.
Amazon, for authors, is more than just a place to sell your story (if you choose the indie route). It’s a helpful resource for research, understanding ‘market’, seeing how to categorize your books and more. Here are 6 ways to use Amazon to your benefit when starting your writing or publishing journey:
How can you build a book audience for your writing? These six strategies will take you from creating a core audience to expanding well beyond that initial group of readers: