Self-Publishing Tips #3

Self-Publishing Tips #3

Even if you’re just starting out, having an established website puts you ahead of the game. It’s the one place where you can compile all the information that your readers will need to know about you and your books. No pre-order link? No problem, direct them to your website. Also as you start establishing your brand by creating bookmarks and swag, it’s best to include your website from the beginning rather than have wasted...

Self-Publishing Tip #2

Self-Publishing Tip #2

Don’t overshare. There’s a difference between being active on social media and tearing down the veil of mystery that helps protect you as an author. Readers are interested in you as a person,,, yes. But do they really need to see your cousin Larry’s wedding...

Self-Publishing Tip #1

Self-Publishing Tip #1

  The book cover is the very first thing a reader will see. Your carefully crafted blurb won’t be read unless you catch the reader’s eye. They will forgive the occasional typo, but they won’t even read the book to find them unless you have a cover that draws them...