If your author website doesn’t show in Google’s search results, make sure you’ve removed these website speed bumps.
Most author About Me pages are as fascinating as Mr. Rogers’ sweater choices. Here’s how to craft a killer About page.
Learn how three principles of reciprocity will help you show kindness to your readers and sell more books.
Learn how authors writing YA books can connect with teen readers.
If you can’t afford to buy a photo, you can’t afford the fines (or time!) that comes from stealing one. Here are 11 free & legal photo sites.
10 ways to progress as a writer while everything else is on hold.
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.
Seven Things Readers are Looking for on Your Website
In this episode, we are going to talk about a few of the myths and lies writers are prone to believe which can derail us or send us in wrong directions or keep us from going in the direction we should be headed.
You can blog your book ahead of time. You just need to do it the right way. Learn how to blog your book and what traps and pitfalls to avoid. Blogging can help you create a best seller. Here is everything you need to turn your blog posts into an amazing book.
New York Times Bestselling Indie Author Joanna Penn talks about how novelists can use content marketing to promote your book.
In this podcast episode, we tell you what will thrill your readers on your author website and make them want to come back.
“You don’t need to write a book to change the world with your ideas. A good blog post can reach more people in one month than the typical book reaches in a lifetime.” This my common refrain when I speak at writers conferences.
I had the chance to prove my theory this month. A post on my personal blog about courtship went viral to and sparked a nationwide discussion.