Have you already published your books on Amazon? Then here’s a list of 7 easy steps for making the most of your presence on Kindle.Read More 7 easy steps for making the most of Amazon Kindle
This Quick Tip article introduces you to 3 key travel writing elements that need to be a consideration when you write your travel guide. It all begins with a simple idea, that has to be expanded into a book concept that intrigues your reader, which relies on you being able to make your travel guide personal so they […]Read More 3 Must Have Elements when writing your Travel Guide
Travel books come in two main categories: the travel guide book and the travel narrative. Let’s look at a definition of each to help you determine which you want to write.Read More Should you write a Travel Guide or a Travel Narrative?
Don’t let a lack of budget stand in your way Don’t have a budget? Don’t know how to start marketing your non-fiction book? Network, Network, Network. Start early and keep doing it. Make sure you set aside time to connect with people who can help you reach your target audience. When writing non-fiction, it’s really […]Read More Top Marketing Tip for Non-Fiction Authors with a Small Budget
Do you need help with your poetry ebook formatting? I’m taking a slight diversion to my publication schedule and releasing an impromptu poetry book “Bodrum: A travel memoir in verse”, so have been researching best practices for formatting a poetry ebook. I wanted to share some good resources for formatting a collection of poetry […]Read More Poetry ebook Formatting
Although the goal of these 3 tips on using bloggers to promote your book, you need make sure you’re adding value to their audience and not just touting your book. The most useful book promotion content is one that answers an audience need or solves an audience’s problem. Don’t approach these activities with “what’s in it for […]Read More 3 Tips on using Bloggers to Promote your Book