Author interview with Patricia Simpson where she discusses what inspires her to write and shares what her writing routine looks like.
Tagged: indie author
Authors have many production expenses and it’s important to know how to allocate those expenses to each publication for record keeping.
Fiction is made up, so write the story fiction as you want, based on your unique experiences, not how others tell you to.
Copyrighting your manuscript and obtaining an ISBN for publishing are important decisions every independent author would do well to understand in order to make the best decision for themselves.
Now that Keri Kruspe has gotten more than six months of being an indie author under her belt, she takes a step back to see what (if anything) she would have done differently to start her publishing career.
What does it take to be a successful author? It may not be what you think. Here’s the story from guest columnist, Karen Lenfestey, author of A Sister’s Promise.
It’s not what you think. No self-destructing, selfmedicationg, self-denial. Okay, a little…chocolate is okay. Make sure it’s 70% dark (Lindt, yum!) so you get the medicinal properties, too. Really, how do you deal with overwhelm as you navigate your busy indie author career? Well, I can only share with you what I do, what others suggest that I ignore, and things I’ve heard others say work for them.
This week I interview the author of Cleanse Fire, SWAT meets The Lord of the Rings, by Anastasia V. Pergakis. Comment to participate in her giveaway! Details below. Enjoy!