Forget the free lunch – there are still no-cost (or cheap) ways to help readers find you. Here are eight ideas to get you started: Thunderclap Campaign – When three other authors and I put our books in a collection, we set up
I wanted to give you an example of a project that nagged at me until I finally sat down and wrote it in Scrivener in a month’s time, converted it to an ePub, then released it out into the world.
As promised, here is the photo of three women I chose to represent the heroines of Chocolate Beach (Bri), Truffles by the Sea (Gaby), and Mocha Sunrise (Livi). Problem #1: Color. Problem #2: I had no idea what to do about
If you are skilled in graphic design, you’ll probably create your own covers. Not me. I stink at color and design, and though I know what I like when I see it, I’ve learned to hire this job out. With
I published my first indie eBook by uploading a Word doc to my Kindle account. The preview looked okay, but when the eBook showed up online ~ it looked horrible with mismatched indents and wordsscrunchedtogether. Nook wasn’t better. Neither was Smashwords. After much trial