10 Tips for Being a Successful Ghostwriter

Ghostwriting can be a very profitable career if you follow a few essentials when applying. When your clients are happy, they will give you good reviews, which will lead to more jobs and, of course, more money. Here are some tips you can follow to secure your success as a ghostwriter:   1. Be Selective…

Which Self-Publishing Route Should I Take?

With the emergence of modern copiers and sophisticated printing technology, many authors are now opting to get into self-publishing rather than stick with conventional third-party printing. The reason is obvious. Authors like being able to stick to their own creativity and style without the need to please the standards of publishers and editors (even though…

The Dynamics Behind Self-Publishing

For authors, being able to write without restrictions or having editors change the tone of their books is extremely important. However, those without experience with self-publishing usually focus a lot on the cost. With traditional publishing, the publisher would shoulder the costs, but with self-publishing, the author would have to shoulder the expenses.  As a…

How To Earn Thousands Monthly in Self-Publishing

Due to our current struggling economy coupled with dissatisfaction with the terms of traditional publishers, authors have decided to start self-publish their books. Before you enter the world of self-publishing, you must decide if you are writing to make a profit or if you are writing because you enjoy it. Truthfully, it may be a…

The Downsides of Self-Publishing

We have heard how great self-publishing is. It can give you control over your book and, at the same time, increase your profits. But is this too good to be true? Are there any downsides or disadvantages to self-publishing? Of course, there are!  Responsibility If you decide to self-publish, you should be ready to multitask.…

Avoidable Self-Publishing Mistakes

Hey first-time authors! If you never have self-published, there may be some things you are unaware of that may cause you to make a few errors. Many people say that you will make mistakes with your first book, which may be true. However, when you are being critiqued by avid readers, they may leave comments…

7 Tasks to Complete While You Wait for your Edits

My Editor Has my Book. Now, What? You have finally contracted the perfect editing team for your manuscript, and now it is time to celebrate, right? Not quite, lol. There are plenty of ways you can make great use of your time while you wait on your editors to get the next draft back to…

7 Ways to Get Your eBook Noticed in a Crowded Market

Millions of online eBooks are available for purchase, and everyone wants to be noticed. With so many books, it can be hard to determine what steps should be taken to get your book in front of someone willing to purchase it. But it certainly is not impossible.  A crowded market (many published eBooks) doesn’t necessarily…

Which One Do I Use: May be or Maybe?

For ages, so many have used these incorrectly (probably because they are homonyms), but you can get it perfect every time. Don’t believe me? Here’s how. The key is knowing their functions. Maybe is an adverb, and may be is a verb phrase. As long as you remember this key difference, you can be confident every time you…