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Top Reasons to Outsource Your Editing

When it comes to publishing your work, there are some places where you may already be planning to outsource before you send your book to the presses. You may already know that your layout, graphic design and advertising would be best left to professionals, but what about editing? Many writers make the mistake of cutting costs on editing by having friends and family look over their book instead of hiring an actual editor take a swing at it. Here are some reasons why outsourcing an editor is one cost that you don’t want to skip out on.

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Writing For Your Audience

Identifying your audience as a writer is often a challenging part of the job. While it may be tempting to overlook this detail and write your piece without an audience in mind, the tone of your writing can vastly differ depending on your reader. Understanding your target audience helps you to better gauge how to get your point effectively across while holding the attention of your reader. This will also aid you in sharing the information most imperative to move your piece forward in a timely and engaging matter.

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How To Cope With A Bad Review

If you’re a writer, you’re going to have to get used to getting bad reviews. You could be a multi-national bestseller with awards cluttering every shelf of your home, and you’d still receive a bad review every now and again; in fact, you may receive more bad reviews the more successful you become. If you’ve received a bad review, or you’re struggling to imagine how you’re going to handle it when you do, here are some things to consider.READ MORE

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How To Find The Right Printer For Your Book

Self-Publishing means making a lot of decisions and putting a lot of effort into your success. As a self-publishing author, you need to be constantly marketing, gauging your audience, and making yourself visible in the field. You don’t get to take a day off; you’re always writing, marketing or finding a way to take your next step. As you ship your book out to the editor, you should already be researching and considering who you’re going to trust to print your piece. Here are some tips to help you find the right printer.READ MORE

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Building an Engaged Audience for Your Writing

Before your book is ever ready for the presses, especially when you’re considering self-publishing, there’s a fair amount of legwork that has to be done. I’m not talking about the time it’s going to take you to ensure that your book is well-written and that you’re taking on a genre that you understand like the back of your hand; at least, it certainly doesn’t end there. When it comes to creating a successful literary endeavor, one aspect that cannot be ignored is the matter of readership. In order to create buzz and the income that you’re hoping follows, you need to create an engaged community of readers. Are you wondering how to build an excited, intense and engaged audience for your upcoming book? Worry no more! Here are some tips to help you find your tribe in the vast world of readers.

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Getting Ready to Seek a Publisher

When you’ve finished your book and you’re beginning to think you’re ready to begin seeking a publisher, it can be challenging to know if you’re truly ready. You may feel nervous and apprehensive about embarking on the self-publishing journey, and you may find it difficult to prepare for something that you’ve never done before. If you’re considering stepping into self-publishing your piece, here are a few tips to ensure that you’re on the right track before you take the big leap.READ MORE

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Author PR: Generating Buzz About Your Book

You have finished your book, and you feel in your gut that it’s best-seller material – if only people knew about it. Enter the media. The media landscape has shifted greatly over the past few years, and the world of the blogger has blurred the lines. I would challenge you to look beyond just traditional media to find influencers who can tell your story and talk about your book.

Here are a few things to consider when you are reaching out to media outlets and influencers to generate buzz about your upcoming book.

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ePublishing Marketing, Sales: Pricing Matters

“What should I charge?”

It’s an exciting question for any new freelancer or entrepreneur, and they usually have little trouble enjoying the dreams of making a living and a life by doing what they love. From a practical standpoint, there are a few factors based in my ghostwriting experience that I’d like to pass along to everyone taking their first few ambling steps up the entrepreneurial mountain.

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How to Self-Publish

As a writer, you may have started shipping your finished book around to publishers on your own or through an agent. You may have received more than one nicely written form rejection. Perhaps you’ve never tried to get your book published, and instead just want to try your hand at self-publishing as a starting point. Maybe you aren’t even finished your book and you’re starting to wonder if publishing could ever be a reality. No matter the position you’re currently in, you’ve more than likely got a number of questions about where to start when it comes to self-publishing your book. Let’s look at the basic questions (and answers) that most authors have when it comes to entering the world of self-publishing.READ MORE

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