How to Write, Edit, and Sell a Novel: Advice from the Forum Wednesday, January 12, 2011, by Ginny Wiehardt Writer Shelly Goodman Wright contributed an excellent piece in the forum on how she finished a novel and then “built a platform” for it before submitting to agents. Because she provides such a good example of […]
How-to books sell, Self-help books sell, and nonfiction sells
A lifetime of knitting has ingrained certain lessons into my personality. And I’ve come to see that they apply to my writing as much as
I often wonder what I could possibly do to contribute to our ever-changing world
Part 2: The Evil, Arrogant Publishers In my seed article writing as Chief Editor of IFWG Publishing, I hypothesized The Grand Illusion, a state where many self-publishers created a bubble around themselves, constructed of beliefs and views that were not necessarily based on fact. In Part 1, under my name, I discussed eBooks, and how, […]
I don’t, personally, disagree with advertising one’s book on Facebook, Twitter etc, and I have certainly done it as an author, as well as a publisher, but I draw a well-defined line.
To make a difference, money must be spent. We are living in wicked hard times that require wicked smart solutions. Whatever we do, we must learn to have a sense of humor and not take ourselves too seriously.
One of the early decisions a self-publishing author has to make concerns what type of book will be published
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is set to rewrite the law for big pharmaceutical firms in how they sell prescription drugs.
Self-publishing is easy only if you wish to produce a book that is deeply flawed