Via Raddom. I travel pretty often and one of the things I use to pass the time on airplanes or hotel rooms is podcasts. If you followed the Serial phenomenon, you’ll know how big podcasts have become recently but aside from true crime programs, there are hidden gems that can help writers with everything from querying to research for their novel. I’ve only been listening to writing podcasts for a few months but below are some of my favorite finds. These are perfect for at work listening, for your morning…
If you’re displaying a book with us and receive an email with a book promo graphic, there’s a great way to personalize that graphic for use on your social media! Below read our simple tutorial to make the most out of your book display!
Before we begin, save the template picture from the newsletter (pictured above) or scroll to the end of this tutorial for a full sized version you can download. Once you save the picture to your computer continue on to step 1.
Step 1: Go to the online photo editing site Picmonkey.com
A few months ago, I decided being at Comic Con would be an awesome experience for me as an author. With thousands attending each year, the exposure to a large audience would be great for me and my self-published title The Skinwalker’s Apprentice.
There was one big problem though; I didn’t have the money to fund the booth space. With the smallest booth going for nearly 1k, not to mention the cost of ordering books and swag I knew it would be impossible for me to manage on my own. As any author who has self published…
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