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7 Tips for Writers to Overcome Procrastination

“When I’ve caught up with my emails and dealt with xxx, I’ll write my blog post.” “I’ll just do xxx and then I’ll write the next section of my book.” Recognise either of these statements or variations on the same theme? Feel free to fill in the xxx with whatever fits your particular situation and your way of thinking. Whatever xxx you come up with, essentially they all relate to the same issue – procrastination.

Who Does What? A Breakdown of Each Job in Publishing and Marketing a Book

Oftentimes authors are quite confused about what exactly each person does in the publishing process. There are so many people involved in developing and promoting a book that it is easy to get overwhelmed by the many functions and responsibilities of each department. To help make it easier, here’s a quick breakdown of the general jobs in publishing and how each one functions.

How To Get Published: Internet Backdoor

Tired of getting rejection letters back from stressed out agents and completely inaccessible publishers?  Why not take a different path to your publishing goal?  It’s very hard to walk through the front door of a mansion.

5 Things Your Publisher Doesn’t Want You to Know

So, your agent has managed to sell your book to a publisher! You have managed to beat some amazing odds stacked against you. New and untried authors that get published are as rare as the Abominable Showman on a surfboard! Well, almost. Now in a flurry of contracts and production schedules, you are on the road to being a published author. There are, however, a few minor details that may have escaped the conversation.

Public Domain and Copyright Issues in Self-Publishing – Important Considerations

Publishing public domain works can be lucrative and a cost effective way to add new products to your information product business. However, use of public domain content is not without peril for the unknowing.

Shopping for a Publisher – Take Care and Be Selective

I could not get a date in high school, and it wasn’t because I was selective. I had a very specific type, and only certain girls fit into that very specific type. I ignored the others. Why bother shopping in a section where there’s nothing that attracts you?

Book Publishing – How to Design A Book Cover Yourself

Writers wanting to self-publish typically find two tasks to be the most difficult. Marketing and designing their book cover. In this article you’ll discover one way to make designing your book cover easy.

Think You Don’t Need a Book? Think Again!

If you are a business owner, you try your hardest to bring in new business and keep the clients you have satisfied. Nearly everything you do is about making your business grow, and you use every resource at your disposal to get to the top of your game.

5 Comments You May Hear When People Find Out You’ve Written a Book

If you are anything like me, the sheer joy of having your book published will out way some of the absurd comments you will hear when the news breaks about you being a published author. So fore warned is fore armed don’t you think?

Published Article Writing – Revealed: 3 Surefire Tips to Ensure You Get Your Article Published

Well, you have just written your first article – now you must get it published in an article directory. So how do you do it? Is it difficult? Absolutely not! Just follow a few simple rules and you will be assured of easily getting your articles published. Here are 3 surefire tips to easily get your articles placed in the article directories.

Back Cover Basics: How to Write Cover Copy That Sells

23 seconds. That’s the average amount of time a prospective buyer views your book-that’s 8 seconds for the front cover and 15 seconds for the back cover. While the front cover title and graphics must grab attention immediately, the back cover is crucial in nailing the sale.

10 Questions You Must Answer Before You Self-Publish

Before you write that book and spend the money on publishing it yourself, take this quiz to see where you may need some “prework”. This will save you the heartache and put you on the right path.

Your Book Has Been Delayed – Now What?

There is nothing easy about getting a book published and for most authors the final moment is seeing the book on the shelves in a bookstore. It is nice to get an advance copy in the mail and read it through just to see how it feels. But the end of the path lies in the stacks of the bookstore where you see the spine peeking out with your name on it and you feel the whole sweep from the very first word you wrote to the signing of a contract, receiving money, and finally, the placement among men and…

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