For over four years, the team at Reedsy has worked with thousands of self-published authors helping them develop their craft and publish better books with the help of our professional editors, designers, and book marketers. And in that time, we’ve noticed one thing popping up again and again: As an indie author, it’s really hard ... read more »
Update: This contest has now been extended to January 2nd. This week sees the launch of Bestseller, a new podcast from Reedsy that demystifies the process of writing and self-publishing a book. Over seven episodes, the show follows former Nike executive Shaz Kahng on her journey from sportswear CEO to the author of her debut ... read more »
Val Breit is the founder of The Common Cents Club, where she coaches others to take charge of their finances, their future, and their freedom -- so they can spend more time doing what they love (without going broke). She especially loves strategizing ways to turn a love for writing into multiple streams of income ... read more »
If you're a freelance book professional looking to join the Reedsy Marketplace, here are our top tips. With a well-written profile, you will improve your chances of being selected to the network and attracting great new clients.
At Reedsy HQ this week, we’re taking a big step towards our goal of making it easier for authors to get their books into the hands of readers. With the announcement of our partnership with Blurb, you now have the option to seamlessly print and distribute the books you produce with the Reedsy Book Editor.
Hi! It's Matt from the Product Team at Reedsy. We're pleased to announce the launch of author website design services on the Reedsy Marketplace. Some of the finest author website designers and waiting to collaborate with you to improve your web presence, or even build your site from scratch. Authors in 2017 simply can’t do ... read more »
A free webinar for authors: Saturday, May 20th | 12pm EST (New York) | 9am PST (Los Angeles) | 5pm BST (London). Register below! Register for the webinar! The blurb and the opening lines of a novel act as an invitation for the reader to keep reading. Just like your cover, they need to ... read more »
The pinnacle of a writer’s life may not ever be a tearful speech at the Oscars. (“I want to thank my ergonomic keyboard for not giving me carpal tunnel.”) However, though it might not take the form of a miniature golden statue, all writers possess inspirations that drive them to put pen to paper. So what's ... read more »