Daily Archives: July 18, 2018

This Week in Indie Publishing

Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio:
If Your Protagonist is a Person of Color Your Book Cover Might Get Whitewashed The old phrase is that you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but if that were true a significant…

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Uniqueness vs. Productivity in Writing

Originally posted on Nicholas C. Rossis:
This is a guest post by Paula Hicks. Paula is an experienced journalist from Romania. She currently lives in the US and works as a freelance editor for a number of educational resources. Her big…

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Selling Books in Odd Places… Farmers Markets

Originally posted on Motown Writers Network . . . Michigan Literary Network:
Admittedly, I’ve sold books at some odd places: a military retirement, a winery (oh, that was a blast!), a flea market, work (to the surprise of friends who never knew I…

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Originally posted on How To Ebook:
What Must Authors Consider When Marketing A Book? A full-page ad in the Sunday Book Review section of The New York Times is listed at $41,955, while a half-page ad goes for $24,200.  Compare that to the…

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How to Add Expanded Distribution to KDP Print Books

Originally posted on chrismcmullen:
EXPANDED DISTRIBUTION KDP’s print option now includes an Expanded Distribution channel. It may not (yet) be equivalent to CreateSpace’s Expanded Distribution, but it’s another big step in the right direction. When KDP print originally rolled out,…

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GETTING BACK IN THE SWING OF THINGS

Originally posted on NICHOLAS T. DAVIS WRITER'S BLOG:
Today on my blog, I’m going to talk about things on a more personal note. It’s been a rough year so far, but things are starting to look a little brighter.…

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The Things Writers Want (and Need)

Originally posted on Meg Dowell:
Writers have desires just like any other type of artist or creator. We all want to feel like we belong somewhere. Like our words matter. Like we’re important, somehow. If you stop and think about…

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Censoring Our Writing

Censoring Our Writing How far should a writer go when they create a story? Should certain things be taboo? Should the writer censor their work for fear they might offend someone? Should they censor their creative endeavor by not touching … Continue reading

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Writing Quotes — Ernest Hemingway

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The Archivist — Chapter 16

Chapter 16 A faint snore from the passenger seat made Lennie smile. I do believe someone stayed up a playing video games. She reached over and nudged Nickie’s shoulder. “We’ve arrived. Time to get to work.” “Sorry.” “Up late playing … Continue reading

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