Hello SErs. Harmony here. Recently, while checking out a new book release of mine, I navigated from the ebook page to the paperback page, and I recieved a shock. While the ebook page looked great, the paperback page was all garbled. Here's the difference between the two: The Kindle Version You can see how … Continue reading How to Get Your Book Sales Page Looking Good on Amazon
Happy Friday, SE readers! PH here and looking forward to the weekend as I'm sure you are. My last post addressed your biggest resource for marketing and what you need to do to make it work for you - audience. There's a great place to find audience, even interact with them. Marketing books involves rubbing … Continue reading The Audience Resource You’re Avoiding – Goodreads
Hello SErs. Harmony here. Today, I have a question for you >>> How do you write what you can't know? Or, more to the point, how do you write it convincingly? My current WIP is set aboard an interstellar spaceship hurtling through outer space. In this kind of situation, I cannot possibly stick to the … Continue reading How Do You Write What You Can’t Know?
Hi gang, Craig here today. I'm the only person here who has not dabbled in book series. I love a good stand-alone story, and that will never change. However, my colleagues at Story Empire convinced me to try it about a year ago. I jumped in with both feet, and declared 2019 my year of … Continue reading Series work… Me?
Hey, SE Readers. Joan here today. I’ve known of some writers who refuse to use any time of spell check or grammar aid when writing. I’m not ashamed to admit I need all the help I can get. While these tools are not a substitute for proofreading, they can help detect things such as using … Continue reading Using Tautologies