By submitting your resource, you may make it onto my list or next book. I vet all resources before I post them to my website. Just because your resource doesn’t make it on my website, doesn’t mean it wasn’t a good resource. I’m looking for low duplication and top notch resources to help self-published authors become successful.
If you have a great resource that I decide to use, I’ll write a blog entry and offer it to my audience. It may even make one of my books.
The hardest struggle as a self-published author is the collection of reader reviews. Finding those readers who are willing to review is like finding a needle in a haystack… unless you use the right methods. Most people just need an incentive, but that doesn’t mean you offer an incentive since
In sticking with my philosophy of “always try something new”, I started the launch of Revenge of the Brownie with the addition of my books to BookSprout, an Advanced Reading Copy (ARC) service. So far, I’m pleased. Launch Teams That Don’t Review Books I’ve tried the newsletter route, a Facebook
I can walk down the street and find ten bars, restaurants, and other food service providers who claim to have the “World’s Greatest Burger”. Signs emblazoned with those words, blink in neon colored lights to grab our attention. Occasionally, someone is entranced by the message, steps into the establishment, and
Editing is a painful process that self-published authors tend to skip. We’ve purchased books from a wide range of authors over the years. The one thing that stops us from reading them, stops us in our tracks, is a poorly edited manuscript. I’ve gone to great lengths to ensure my