Tag Archive | self publishing

Publishing Journey from Word Processor to Kindle

Publishing Journey from Word Processor to Kindle

Guest Blogger: Annie Douglass Lima I’ve been writing for as long as I can recall. When I was seven years old, I had a sudden inspiration for what I thought was an amazing science fiction novel and decided then and there that I was going to write a book and be the world’s youngest published […]

Cover Reveal

Cover Reveal

Awhile back, I wrote a blog about being a hybrid author. I talked about my publishing (or lack thereof) journey and how I plan to get my work out, one way or another, beginning with The Amulet Saga. This story has been revised, reworked, and considerably expanded. The finished product has several new stories, and, […]

Hybrid Authors

Hybrid Authors

When you’re a writer, at some point you have to face the decision about whether to self-publish or pursue traditional publishing. There are pros and cons to both routes, so it really depends on both the author and the book itself what the best option is. For some, that may be an easy decision. For […]

Quantity In Sacrifice of Quality

Quantity In Sacrifice of Quality

A major gripe I have with much of the self-publishing community is that they push for authors to get as many books out there as fast as they possibly can. This goes along with my post last week about not rewriting. I can see where some of this advice comes in. Some authors write very […]

My Take

My Take

I keep finding myself in the middle of conversations about self-publishing. First, this isn’t a rant against those that want to self-publish. That method is here to stay and only going to grow in my opinion. In fact, with each season, it seems more traditionally published authors are moving in that direction. Second, I don’t […]

The importance of book covers

The importance of book covers

By Caprice Hokstad I don’t think I’ve been asked to do a guest post here before. Just as well. Most of the time, I wouldn’t know what to say. Writing nonfiction generally sends me into a panic, not to mention, it gives me fits meeting minimum word counts. Kristen discussed the subject with me ahead […]

Five Tips for Self-Publishing

Five Tips for Self-Publishing

Guest Blogger: Karina Fabian Greater Treasures is my first foray into self-publishing. I chose to do so with this novel for a variety of reasons that I write about in other blogs, but the thing I’d like you to know is that it was not because I could not find a publisher for the book […]