Tag: self publishing advice

On “Going Commercial” – And Loving It.

It didn’t make sense to me: why are writers so undervalued, when people who catch footballs and run with them earn $5-20M a year?

Don’t Be a Parrot: How to Stay Original in Your Writing

With 625,327 self-published books published in the United States in 2015 alone, according to Bowker, the US agency for the administration of the ISBN, you will need to be original to stand out. That’s just the self-published books, and that number is for 2015. By now, thanks to the growing popularity of Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) there are likely closer to 1 million books published every year. How can you stand out in that sea of books?

The Wealthy Writer: Forget the Self in Self-Publish

Writing as a career starts with the self; with a passion, a drive, and a willingness to set aside some time every every day to work on your writing goals, but good end results? Those are always a team effort.

The Wealthy Writer: Fork Your Monsters!

Get more writing done by telling your inner and outer critics, your past and present monsters, to Fork Off!

Writers write, and market their butts off.

What did I do differently? I took charge of my creations and my career by becoming an independent author.

So, You Want to Be An Author?

An interactive vidcast with bestselling author Heather Grace Stewart

Everybody Loves Boobies, Kindle Unlimited, How to Help Authors & More

This week’s Live From My Home Office video Q&A on my Facebook Page was such fun, and I wouldn’t want you to miss it, so here it is again! I read Everybody Loves Boobies, answered questions about Kindle Unlimited, how you can help an author you like, the books I’m