Next week, any e-book containing a whiff of a typo, spelling error, or formatting error will need to run for cover from Amazon’s editing bots.
Good news, indie authors: you too can feel like Beyoncé when promoting your new book by going on a world-wide tour—a World Wide Web tour, that is.
It’s 11:30 on a Monday night and there you are, curled up in your down comforter, staring at your bleak blog stats.
If you are the least bit tech savvy in your book reading (or writing), you’ve probably heard that Kindle Unlimited is changing.
We here at Wise Ink know that the Internet has the ability to empower and motivate authors through the ups and downs of publishing.
As a writer, I can rant and rave about the Oxford comma (long may it last) and the proper use of ellipses (with either three or four dots).
As we recently downloaded and read a book on our Kindle about book marketing, it occurred to us that as readers, there are specific things we expect from e-books.