Authors, create your own audiobook!
Posted 02/05/2023 in On Writing
Want to turn your novel into an audiobook, but the prohibitive cost is a turnoff?
Use an AI-based software tool that will do this for you at a very reasonable price, and distribute through Amazon ACX or Findaway Voices.
Writers and Editors: Staging Your Home Office for Client Visits
Posted 04/04/2023 in On Writing
A guest post by Virginia Cooper at Learn a Living When you’re a home-based writer or editor, you may frequently…
Dealing With Writer’s Block
Posted 06/03/2023 in On Writing
One of the best ways to overcome writer’s block is simply writing for fun. Don’t stress over perfection. Instead, treat your work as a first draft that you can edit later.
Publishing Your Book With Full-Bleed Made Easy
Posted 28/09/2022 in On Writing
Authors who want to self-publish their literary masterpiece with Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), IngramSpark, or Draft2Digital, are generally aware how…
Publishing a Hardback Book with a Dust Jacket
Posted 18/05/2022 in On Writing
I can only hope this article will inform authors of pitfalls awaiting them when publishing with KDP and IS, and how to get a dust jacket for their book.
6 Tips to Develop & Enhance Writing Skills for Blogging
Posted 06/10/2021 in On Writing
Guest post by Danielle Roy Writing is difficult art, especially for individuals who don’t write often or for a living….
Contractions – To use or not to use
2 Comments - Posted 07/12/2020 in On Writing
Basically, contractions, sometimes called ‘short forms’, commonly combine a pronoun or noun and a verb. We use contractions (I’m, we’re, they’ll) all the time, mostly in speech, and we do it without thinking.
Authors Helping Authors
2 Comments - Posted 22/09/2020 in On Writing
The Internet and social media is awash with ‘How to’ books and articles for authors, experienced or starting out. If you are an experienced author, help those who are starting out to avoid traps waiting for the unwary.