I’ve been talking about the launch of Marturia Publications for months now, and I have some exciting news! Marturia will be launching in June! We will be launching the website, and in business to help self publishing authors get their books ready for publication! Continue reading Marturia Publications Launch: Coming Soon!
Self publishing is a business, and your book is your product. You are a business owner. Go ahead, take a minute, and wrap your mind around that. Okay, now, lets talk business!
Writing a book takes a lot of creativity. Who says business is any different! Here are some tips for Indie Authors, and some ideas about why they shouldn’t fear self-promotion!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
What is in store for The Kingdom Come Series this year? Oh just wait until you hear!
Our books are our babies, we don’t want to hear the hard things, but what if that feedback helps our book perform better in the marketplace, and actually bring in a profit?
As a self-published author, you’ve put a lot of money into your book and getting it “out there”. It will be a while before you break even, let alone start turning a profit. So when you see people talking about lending out your book, or people borrowing it from a friend, should it stress you out?
Self-publishing, especially your first book, is a learning experience. There are a lot of potholes in the road, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed. It important to know, you’re not alone. Continue reading Self-Publishing: The Truth.
For those of you not familiar with a S.W.O.T analysis, it is a way that business of all kinds step back and analyze their Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats. But what does that have to do with writing books? Continue reading 4 Ways Indie Authors can Benefit From a S.W.O.T. Analysis.
Ready for the inside scoop on what is going on with Transgression? Continue reading A Shadowhunters Update on Transgression: September
So you have this book, you’re kind of excited about it, and you’ve been toying around with the idea of publishing it… but you haven’t. Chances are, you have a list of “reasons”. Some of those might be legitimate, but some of those might be excuses, or what I like to call “mental road blocks”. Today, I’d like to discuss some popular ones writers face, and how you can pole vault over them to achieve your goals, and maybe live your dream!