Tag: indie publishing

Author tips: What is a beta reader?

Author tips: What is a beta reader?

When I first began my long road into publishing, I didn’t really know what a beta reader was and I thought it might be helpful for other authors to know exactly what they are. What is a beta reader? A beta reader is someone who reads your work after you have written it, but before […]

5 Reasons Why Your Book Isn’t Selling

5 Reasons Why Your Book Isn’t Selling

With the self-publishing revolution, literally anyone can write a book nowadays and publish it online in just a few clicks. Publishing has never been more accessible as it is now and this gives a lot of authors the opportunity to see their work in print. But with the ease of self-publishing is harder than ever […]

5 Things Every Author Should Know About Amazon

5 Things Every Author Should Know About Amazon

Every author, both experienced and aspiring knows that Amazon is the biggest online book publishing platform. But there are a few things every also should know about Amazon. Your Amazon ranking has nothing to do with sales. Some authors are obsessed with their Amazon ranking, your Amazon ranking actually has nothing to do with sales […]

Self Publishing Checklist: Things To Consider Before Self Publishing

Self Publishing Checklist: Things To Consider Before Self Publishing

Anyone can self-publish a book. It takes a few days/weeks of writing the actual book, depending on the length; a few hours of research, some formatting, click upload and then away you go. Sounds easy, doesn’t it? Yes, if that’s the way you want to do it. But to succeed in self-publishing you need to […]

5 Questions To Ask Before Self-Publishing

5 Questions To Ask Before Self-Publishing

Should I self-publish my first book? This was a question I asked myself before I published my first book and I’m sure one many authors ask themselves. In today’s industry, it’s very hard to get a publishing deal – especially for first-time authors. Check out what independent publishing is and should you traditionally publish you book? to […]