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The Do’s and Don’ts of Self-publishing

There are so many Do’s and Don’ts, here are just a few…

Do your homework – Don’t assume that everything that you find on the internet (in terms of publishing services) are the same. Personally, as I have done my research of what is being offered out there, no two are alike, but all offer similar services. Not only that, but always check again when you’re just about to hire them. Services and prices can change over time. If you’re researching now for 6 months to 1 year from now, definitely pricing can change (for the better or worse).

 

Do schedule time – if publishing is one of your goals, you need to schedule the time to work on your publication. Be it writing, editing or working with your publishing service. The most successful people are those that complete their task. And for them to complete their tasks, they schedule them.

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How To Choose The Right Book Title

Choosing a book title is never easy, but even less so in the age of keywords and SEO. In the electronic age, finding a title that really grabs the attention of your desired audience is challenging. In many cases, the title is an afterthought; considered less important than the content, and in some ways that’s accurate, but without a catchy title to get your point across you may never hook readers into the content at all.

A poorly chosen title can leave your book dead in the water before it ever has a chance.

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Get Back Into Writing

Writers knows that if they want their work to be impeccable, they have to take breaks to work out those creative kinks they suffer. But what happens when the break lasted far too long and now it seems daunting to leap back into writing? Here are some ways to battle those fears.

 

Start a new project.

Chances are you’ve probably already forgotten what you wrote in the previous week or month or even year. It’s harder to get back into the flow of things when there’s been a large gap in your writing project. With this being said, choose a random prompt or idea you’ve had your mind on and work on getting back into the groove of writing. When you feel more comfortable with writing, you can start to ease back into your previous work.

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