Category: business of writing
Thousands of brilliant writers have books out there but their readers aren’t buying. In order to become a bestseller, Ezra Barany, author of the bestselling thriller The Torah Codes, says the question worth asking is, “What would Dan Brown do?”
Welcome to our weekly guest column by Ezra Barany, the Book Mentor and author of the bestselling novel The Torah Codes. He offers indie novelists important tips, entirely under our control, to help our books be discovered by readers all over the world. This week he focuses on the three elements of a good book title that will help your book sell.
Welcome to the monthly series on legal issues for authors to empower you, the artist entrepreneur. Today we focus on trademark protection for fictional characters from our monthly guest columnist, Kelley Way, a lawyer specializing in literary law and other aspects of law. She’s also a writer! If you have general questions for Kelley on contracts or other aspects of literary law, be sure to comment below. And you can also email her, too.
Welcome back to the new Friday series on the business side of being a creative entrepreneur. This post is #3 in a series Artist Entrepreneur Success on what it takes to succeed in business as an artist-entrepreneur. Today we cover a topic that I have been resisting almost as long as I’ve been in business: making priorities.