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Writing for Children – Tips

Are you interested in writing for kids? Well, children are the most alert and intelligent audience you will come across. You just cannot fool them. You need to be very careful because when children read, they really read the soul of the book.

Best Writing Software – What to Look for

How do you pick the right software for your personal style? Do you need software to help you write?

How to Find Cover Design Templates for Your EBook

Most people still judge the book by the cover, and this is the main reason it is important to find a good cover design. There are a couple of free tools even beginner designers can use to create stunning covers; for printed, Kindle and PDF eBooks. The below article is going to explain how to find the right cover design and create a stunning book graphics in just a couple of minutes.

Tips for Increasing Amazon Sales of Your EBook

Many people are trying their hands on Kindle Publishing, and it is a good idea. However, as reported several times, most people earn less than five hundred dollars a month from revenues. There are some simple steps to take in order to increase the sales on a Kindle eBook. These are detailed below.

The First Step to Writing and Publishing Your Book

When deciding to write a book and publishing a book the first step is key. The book you think you want to write and publish might not be the book you should write and publish. This article explores the critical first step.

Cheating Scoundrels and Online E-Books – Problems for Digital Authors Moving From Articles to Books

Over the last couple of years I have put together quite a few e-books. Recently, I noted that someone had stolen some of my work and then compiled it into an e-book and offered it to the public online while still using my name as the author. I found that to be quite interesting because they didn’t have permission to do it. Worse, they did such a lousy job it makes me look bad. The e-book was only 13 pages, that’s not an e-book, and to make matters worse they put my name on it.

Kindle Crash Course: Eight Steps to Publishing on Amazon

Overhyped and overpriced Kindle courses have flooded the market. Save money on them by reading this free introduction to Kindle publishing basics.

Follow These Tips to Get Your Book Published

Everybody is a potential author in the computer age. Have you written a book? Are you eager to see it in print? Have you received a pile of rejection slips? Publishing is a tough business. What’s more, it is changing rapidly. These tips will help you break into publishing.

Being An Independent Book Publisher Is More Than Just Working With Words and Being Your Own Boss

Deciding to be a book publisher for me was not a radical, or especially life changing moment. I didn’t say to myself one day, “I am going to quit my job, become a writer, and start a publishing company.” However, what I did do was unique, and for this day and age, pretty radical–I have built my business slowly.

The Ebook Evolution: I Was an Indie Publisher in the 1980’s

I began offering my own books on my websites in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, way before it was popular. Way before there was Smashwords or Kindle or any of the now very popular places to place ebooks for sale.

Writing From the Gut

There is so much information out there in the blogosphere on how to become self-published the proper way. So much of it is good, sound information. And if anyone is getting into the business of writing, it should be read, top to bottomuss.

Concepts and Steps to Be Followed in Self Publishing and Useful Tips on Self Publishing

Introduction Self publishing is the process of publishing one’s own work or material without the intervention of a third person like publishing house. Here the owner or author of books is solely responsible for all activities concerning the publishing of the book. The author would control various activities like designing the cover of the book, arranging the pages in order, fixing the price for the book, delivery, sales and public relations etc.

Writing for Children – Step-By-Step Through Educational Publishing

If you enjoy writing nonfiction and love to research topics in all sorts of different subject areas then educational publishing just might be right for you. Many educational publishers need writers. Surprisingly, though, these publishers generally don’t advertise that fact to writer’s magazines or market guides. So here’s how to get started in this active market.

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