I am an indie author, so my deadlines and productions schedules are set years in advance, but they’re set by me. Which means that if I go through a period of conferences and more conferences and conventions followed by Type A flu, pneumonia, strep, and sinus infections that spread through my family, thus knocking me out of any definable work from mid-September to mid-November (what an autumn we had that year!), then the world is not going to collapse around me. However, that also means that I need to get out my dry erase markers and my year-at-a-glance laminated calendars and start shifting things around.
Category: Indie Tips and Tricks
Why do you need reviews? The obvious answer is to garner or increase your symbolic capital. A COMMON mistake many authors make is when they request that someone give their book a review is they either ask the reader to search for the book or even send the person a link to their book, making the person click around till they finally get to the review page where they can write the review.Because of this, readers are more than likely not to follow through. More than three clicks and they move on.
I am a huge believer in organizing my plan, organizing my environment, and organizing my schedule so that there’s order around me and therefore my creativity can flow.The more organized I am, the better my life runs. It’s important to me that, as a homemaker, my household runs as smoothly as possible. The way my brain functions means to do that and to also allow that relaxed brain creativity for writing means everything has to be planned and structured.
In my opinion, newsletters are one of the most important marketing tools available to authors. The reason is that the people who sign up for ….
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This weekend, I made the decision to put all of my fiction titles into Kindle Unlimited. This is the first time I have ever done ….
As an indie published author, I have to often wear a publishing company hat and watch market trends, paying attention to how to best reach ….