Authors can engage an editor to edit content, copy edit, or proofread their manuscript. Each has their specific benefits.
Author: Paul Brewster
A great cover design can mean a sale. Isn’t this what every author wants?
There is an art to gaining the reader’s interest from the opening chapter.
There is no reason to think you cannot be successful self-publishing your book.
After you have published your book, think about using these 3 approaches to marketing it.
It almost goes without saying today, that should an author wish to be successful, they need to spend time, effort, and money marketing themselves and their book. The road to success requires the author to be proactive.
Authors are taking more control over their future by choosing to self-publish rather than wait for a traditional publisher to accept their manuscript. Certain factors need to be considered by the author who chooses the self-publishing road, and they are discussed below.
Follow 7 Steps to writing your first novel, and before you know it, your novel will be finished
Many authors are choosing self-publishers to publish their books. There are some specific reasons why Australian authors should consider publishing through an Australian publisher, whether they be a traditional publisher, or a self-publisher.
It is true that you will have to fork out some money to attend a Writer’s Workshop, but the benefits far outweigh the cost. Workshops provide a venue where writers can meet each other, where writers can talk to editors and agents, and where information and knowledge is shared. To attend a Writer’s Workshop can never be a wrong move. Anyone who has been to one will tell you how much the workshop energised them.