Posts Categorized: Technical Aspects

Summer School – Graphics for Writers – Guest A.K.R. Scott

Please join me in extending a warm welcome to A.K.R. Scott to the blog. A.K.R. Scott is an indie-published author of three full-length novels in her YA Fantasy series The Music Makers, with another one coming soon! Today she has agreed to come talk with us about graphics: where to find royalty-free images, how to… Read more »

Summer School – Self Publishing 101

Good morning, class! School may be out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean we can’t learn anything at all in between our trips to the pool and time out in the garden and bike rides and baseball games and running around in the back yard catching fireflies! Welcome to Summer School! I have recently had… Read more »

Ask Me Your Questions!

Dear Reader, I need your help! I’m planning a bit of an “indie-publishing crash course” series of tips and tricks on the blog this summer. I’ve got a couple of ideas, but I could use a few more. Topics I’m considering: Newsletters! Yikes! What are they and do I need one? The Marketing Beast: how much… Read more »

10 Things I Love to Write

A while back a tag was going around twitter called “how you know I wrote it.” The object of the game was to talk about some of the things that pop up over and over again in your own writing, whether you plan for them or not, as things you can point to as part… Read more »