Learn how to research hybrid publishers and what questions to ask before you sign a contract.
Hybrid publishing is a terrific alternative publishing path for some authors — as long as you do your homework.
Discover resources to help with marketing your book and using a literary agent to your best benefit. With the right help, your book can succeed.
Photo by Designnn.co on Unsplash Being a book writer is so much more than the mere act of writing. It can also involve marketing, creating and maintaining relationships with agents and publishers, spending time on building your author platform (including social media), and keeping up with the publishing industry. In today's pandemic world, this has become...
As much as the publishing industry has changed throughout the years, one thing is constant: Marketing is vital to a book's success.
Getting a contract with a traditional publishing house is possible, but it is going to take some work.
It can be difficult for authors to stand out in today's crowded market. What can you do to reach as many readers as possible?
Whether you choose traditional or self-publishing, you must stay on top of the latest developments if you want your work to reach readers.
The following articles provide information that will help authors no matter what they are writing.
Writing and publishing are more than just words on paper or in electronic files. Books often involve legal questions, marketing plans, and social media networking.