From Writing to Self-Publishing

Tackling Your First Draft

Don’t be intimidated by the great names of the industry, by self-consuming thoughts telling you that maybe you’re not good enough nor by the great unknown Read more…

Editing Your First Draft

Imagine the first draft as the skeleton of your manuscript. Without a good backbone, you can’t possibly achieve excellence. Editing is the part where you must flesh out Read more…

Nailing Your Book Cover Design

Avoiding these newbie mistakes is a way to establish yourself as a serious writer and make readers and other authors in the industry take you seriously. Read more…

Getting Feedback On Your Manuscript

You need a Beta Reader just as much as any company needs people to try out their product before it’s launched it into the world. That’s how it works for everyone out there. Read more…

Finding The Right Editor

Finding the right editor for your novel is hard work, basically because just about anyone can freely call themselves an editor nowadays and get away with it. Read more…

Publishing Your Manuscript

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