The Modern Book Tour, a guest post by Nate Friedman, Part 1

Mirror World Author, Nate Friedman, just finished his great Canadian book tour and he has some advice for any of us looking to follow in his footsteps. Here's part 1 of his two-part article. Part 2 will be posted this time next week, so subscribe for notification. Do you have a book? Then you can... Continue Reading →

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20 ways getting your book out there is #worthit

Writing can be a thankless and lonely profession at times. I've compiled a list of 20 reasons writing and publishing your book is worth all the trouble. Hopefully this list will help keep you motivated while slogging through that first draft or working on your edits and re-writes. You come across one of your books... Continue Reading →

Now’s your chance to submit to us!

I’m going to try and make this short and sweet because if this post is for you, then you’re likely going to want to get busy putting together your submissions package and emailing it to us! That’s right, as of RIGHT NOW our general submissions period is OPEN!!! We’ve talked a lot about what we’re... Continue Reading →

How many words is too many words?

For me, there’s nothing more cringe-worthy than when a first-time author announces that their manuscript is over 200,000 words, or worse yet, 300,000 words. The worst part is that they usually say with pride, like they’re looking for praise. I’ll admit, writing that many words is quite an accomplishment and for that reason, they should... Continue Reading →

The importance of being organized

I've always found scheduling and organizing to be a challenge. It's probably because I'm really not a planner. Most things, including my day-to-day schedule exist in my head, or on little scraps of paper when I choose to jot something down. However, since I became an entrepreneur I've had to do more in the way... Continue Reading →

Public Speaking for Authors

  Lately, this has been the topic I’ve been tackling in my day-to-day life, so I thought I should tackle it here as well. Like most writers I know, I’m an introvert. I prefer to write, read, edit, and generally work behind the scenes. When I go out to network, sell books and meet people,... Continue Reading →

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