Posts Categorized: Tuesday Tip

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 »

Tuesday Tip: Formatting

Okay, but what about the inside of the book? I’ve got a great cover, but what is this thing called “Formatting” and how do I make sure my book looks professional as soon as people open it? My number one tip…… ….. You ready for it? ….. It’s really simple…… ….. Okay… you asked for… Read more »

Tuesday Tip: Cover Art

If I were to tell you to be like John Hammond and “spare no expense” on only TWO aspects of your book… it would be editing and cover art. There are a lot of places you can save money and “do it yourself,” but these two are so essential to your success as a published… Read more »

Content Editing, Line Editing, Proofreading… Oh My!

  Last week, we talked about the absolute necessity of editing and learning how to develop a thick skin as an author in order to make certain that your book is the best it can possibly be. Today we’re going to talk a little bit about the different KINDS of editing out there. There are… Read more »