Even if you can’t blog as often as you’d like, I’ve discovered you can still build a readership. This is how it happened for me.
If you’re writing a visual type of book such as a coffee table book, or possibly even a picture book, here are some ideas for making an effective book trailer at almost no expense.
Public speaking is scary for most writers, but it’s one of the most valuable skills to have in the marketing toolkit. This is why and how to learn it…
Editing and proofreading are two separate parts of the publishing process. Every book needs both editors and proofreaders, and this is what they do…
If your book is the one thing in your life that never gets finished (or started), what is the answer? The solution is to treat it like a project that actually MATTERS! Listen to some tips from management consultant Monique Beedles about organising the writing process to get results.
A promotional ebook can be a powerful tool to encourage people to sign up to your email list. So, what do you write about, and how do you design it?
If writers need to blog in order to make connections with their audience, what should they blog about? It’s a tricky question for many of us — especially if you write fiction. But even a non-fiction author needs to fine-tune the overall blog topic. These are my tips for finding the way forward that is particularly suited to YOU. And there is ONE key thing that really matters! (Includes downloadable worksheet.)
There’s plenty of debate about whether authors and hopeful authors should blog. “Spend your time writing your BOOKS instead,” say many. So, do we really need to blog? Here’s what I’ve discovered.
Are you intimidated by the idea of putting audio on your author blog? I finally took the plunge, and it was easier than I expected. Here are my tips for how I did it.
If you’re writing memoir, you’ve made a good choice. Along with vampires, it is a genre du jour. People love to read the lives, struggles and joys of other real people, when they are told with honesty and energy. Here are some practical tips from award-winning Australian memoirist, Kristina Olsson.