Authors have two jobs: to write fabulous books and to market those books. Both responsibilities involve writing and lots of it!
Maybe you lack the tools for organizing your book, or maybe you just feel like you don’t have enough time to finish your manuscript, write blog posts, write email campaigns and write guest posts on other blogs. It’s overwhelming unless you have tools that can streamline the process.
BookBuzzr is free online book promoting tool developed for author/publishers. BookBuzzr enables author/publishers to pack the excerpt with other important details which helps your readers to explore your book within a handy tool.
Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing allows you to self-publish your books and make them available on Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry, Mac, and PC. All you need to get started is a digital file of your book.
Part 1 of top tips on how to make your self-published book look like it's been published with a major publisher from book coach and marketer, Lynn Serafinn. (RT @SpiritAuthors: Self-publishing Must-Do: Create a Publishing Company.
We want to accomplish many things in our lives. Goals are within arm’s reach if we really put forth the effort. But some things (like relationships and writing) have more to the backstory than in the final product.
I’d intended this article on narrative modes to be quick and simple, maybe in list form with a bit of detail included. But the types of narrative mode I wanted to cover are not the only ones listed by others who discuss this topic and since I don’t ever want to give you only partial information, I’ve included those other options for narrative mode as well. My focus, however, is on those specific elements and tools that fiction writers use to convey plot.
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