It’s about high time I finished up my series of blog posts on Advice on Self-Publishing. This is your notice that I will be resuming those posts this week, and in case you missed ’em, I review the links to the previous posts.
This being part 5 of my ongoing series on self-publishing. Previous posts are: Part 1: Write the book | Part 2: Beta reading and editing | Part 3: Turning your manuscript into an ebook | Part 4: Cover art In this post, I’m going to talk about my experiences putting Faerie Blood up for sale, […]
This being part 4 of my ongoing series on self-publishing. Previous posts are: Part 1: Write the book | Part 2: Beta reading and editing | Part 3: Turning your manuscript into an ebook This post’s going to be all about cover art. And the long and short of it, in my experience, is that […]
This being part 3 of the series of posts I’m doing about how to self-publish. Part 1 is here and part 2 is here. Okay then. You’ve got a finished, beta-read, edited book, and you’re as sure as you’re going to get that the thing is ready to ship. Now it’s time for you to […]
Apologies for being a bit late in getting this posted, folks–I’ve been fighting a head cold this week, so I’m not entirely up to speed. Nevertheless, here you go, part 2 of my thoughts on self-publishing. Hope y’all find this helpful! This post focuses in particular on beta reading and editing, things that, in my […]
As I’ve described in this post over here, people have started asking me to give them advice on how to go about self-publishing their work. Now, I’m no Amanda Hocking, or J.A. Konrath, or any of the other names you hear about who’ve made big names for themselves in the self-pub arena. In the general […]
I’ve been having an uptick lately on people coming to me for advice on how to go about self-publishing your work. This is simultaneously flattering and kind of startling. Flattering, because, gosh, people seem to think I know what I’m doing. Startling, because wait, what, you people think I know what I’m doing? *^_^*;; When […]