Recently, our very own Tabitha Lord was recipient of the grand prize at the Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards for her novel Horizon!
Sometimes, you’ll have people follow you on social media who are in no way familiar with your books.
If you’re a writer, and especially if you’re a self-published writer, you really can’t afford to get by without a social media presence.
Fall is an interesting time in the Midwest where we get excited for orchard visits, cooler weather, and cuddling with our pets without them being like little balls of fire, but we are dreading the approaching winter.
“Because editors are not magic people who wave wands and fix a book instantly: you can’t hire one person to do everything, and especially not all in one pass.
As a writer, there are few things that make you feel more aggravated and helpless than outside distractions bursting in and destroying the world you’ve constructed inside your head.
Pinterest is a social media site that prides itself on pinners perusing other pinners’ boards, sending pins, commenting and liking pins, and devising boards that express their individuality in any categories they choose such as home décor, DIYs, pets, writing, and so on.
For many authors looking to self-publish, finding the money to finance a project can be a significant and overwhelming barrier.