The Quandary of the Indie Author

Write with a timer

by Robert Barry   The art of writing is oftentimes misunderstood and the writer’s ability understated. The craft of writing requires skill, clarity and persistence. It is commonly agreed among aspiring and established authors that the greatest hurdle in a writer’s journey is writer’s block which is caused when clarity becomes temporarily obscured. Although this […]

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Five Reasons to Go Indie Instead of Traditional Publishing

Indie Publishing over Traditional

An “out of print” ending to the hard work a writer puts into an entire novel is entirely too depressing. Perhaps not every novel is worthy of being available for all eternity, but certainly an author deserves the chance to build an audience before throwing in the towel after a matter of months, or even weeks. In today’s world, there are a lot of options, and this article will walk you through a few self-publishing advantages.

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That Difficult First Piece – 4 Tips On Getting Published

How to get published

  4 Tips On Getting Published by Jay Donnelly   Writing should be a passion, but it doesn’t mean it can’t be a career. Many writers turn their love into a viable business model and make a killing. Sadly, it isn’t as simple as putting fingers to keyboard because rejection is commonplace. If you are […]

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How Self Published Authors Can Sell Their Books in 2017 (Part 1)

How Self Published Authors Can Sell

This is post 1 of 2 in the series “How Self Published Authors Can Sell Their Books in 2017”   Part 1: Don’t Ignore Print Books   Author Earnings finalized their 2016 U.S. book numbers. I can’t personally vouch for the veracity of how Author Earnings tracks and calculates their numbers, but I also have […]

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