Tag: Self-Publishing

  • Not Selling Books? Instead Of Getting Mad, Get Realistic

    Not Selling Books? Instead Of Getting Mad, Get Realistic

    I participate in the Writing Community on Twitter. If you follow my account you probably already know that. I see tweets from writers – some traditionally published, others self-published – who complain about low sales of their books. While I do empathize with them I don’t like to hear this constant complaining. If you’re not […]

  • Rewriting My Old Books: Lessons Learned

    Rewriting My Old Books: Lessons Learned

    I’m currently rewriting my old books even though that wasn’t in my writing plan for the year. I wanted to work on an untitled science fiction novel, and I started that, but after self-publishing two books this year through Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), I got to looking at the old books I published through the […]

  • Build A Self-Publishing Writing Brand

    Build A Self-Publishing Writing Brand

    If you are interested in self-publishing your book the easiest part of the journey is writing it. If you want to know why I believe that please read the article I wrote here. One of the most difficult parts of this path is gaining an audience. One of the ways to do this is to […]

  • The Reality Of Publishing An Ebook: It’s A Long Journey

    The Reality Of Publishing An Ebook: It’s A Long Journey

    I’ve self-published my ebooks off and on for 10+ years now. While this service is fantastic and I do suggest it for anyone interested, it isn’t without its faults. I want to discuss the reality of publishing an an ebook that every author will face. This reality is for any platform or distributor. This way […]

  • The Realities Of Selling An Ebook

    The Realities Of Selling An Ebook

    The barrier to publishing a book today is lower than any time in human history. Before the printing press was invented only chosen individuals produced books by writing them with their hands. With that gatekeeper gone then came the publishing houses and editors. These people picked the books to print and were in charge for […]