It’s that time of the year. Time to round up some of our favorite author blogs of 2011. Some of these author blogs will be familiar, while others are just some of my personal favorites. Each author has spent a considerable amount of time connecting with their fans through their …
Focusing on writing is one of the biggest challenges many authors face. In this article you will learn how to overcome interruptions and write more than you ever had before.
Most author websites fail to sell enough books to reimburse the author for the cost of building the website. The reason is because most authors don’t know the following seven secrets.
Some authors make more money on their websites than they do in royalties. Here is how they do it.
If you’ve been reading AuthorTechTips.com, you know the importance of having a successful web presence. Usually that means having a website. As writers, of course we’re writing the web content ourselves, but as with anything, writing web content is its own skill. Here’s how to make your Web content fit …
One of the best way to improve your writing is to learn from the best. Here are seven blogs that not only are good examples of excellent blogging but will also help you hone your craft and sell your books.
In this post author Renae Brumbaugh tells how her blog took her from unpublished stay at home mom to the published author of multiple books.
So you want to promote your blog on Facebook? Learn how to update your friends when you have new posts and make it easy for them to spread the word about your blog.
For someone to bother to read your blog it must be the most interesting thing on the internet – for that person at that time. If anything else is more interesting they will go there. Your only chance to catch people’s attention is with your titles. No pressure.
So you’re working on a book and not sure where to find time to start a blog? No problem. Use your blog as your rough draft. This post will give you 7 reasons why you should post your book to your blog as you write it.