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[Last updated 01/22/2019] So you want to know how to write a children’s book? That’s great news. Children and teenagers are some of the most devoted readers out there — just don't underestimate the size of the task in front of you. A children’s book is sometimes mistakenly seen as “easy” to write when, in fact, ... read more »
These days, pen-and-paper proofreading (and the use of proofreading marks) is becoming increasingly rare. However, if you’re working with a proofreader and want the collaboration fulfills its top potential, it’s worth getting to know the meaning of the more common proofreading marks.
[Last updated: 02/06/2019] Learning how to publish a book and getting your ideas into the world is easier than it’s ever been. There is a wealth of knowledge available online, shared by authors who have developed proven techniques for selling more books. There are also a number of ways new authors can get access to ... read more »
Imagine the day of your book release. Your book is selling fast online, your book reviews are glowing, and your scheduled book promotions are up and running. In fact, everything’s going swimmingly in your plan to conquer the world with your self-published book until you wake up in a cold sweat — realizing that you forgot ... read more »
We know not everyone is thrilled by the idea of obtaining a serial number, but ISBNs are a critical part of self-publishing. Luckily, we’re here to answer all of your questions: what is an ISBN, how to get one, who NEEDS one, and how much they cost.
Before you write a single word of your future masterpiece, you need to make one of the most important decisions of your story’s life. You need to decide which POV you’ll use to tell your story. The good news is that you can choose between four point of views: first person, third person limited, third ... read more »
An optimized amazon book description is a critical part of turning potential readers into fans. In this post, we’ve condensed the process — for both fiction and non-fiction authors — into three steps. Head inside to find out what they are.