10 ways to progress as a writer while everything else is on hold.
The more reviews you have, the more books you sell. And the more books you sell, the more reviews you get.
If you build it they won’t come. The only way to get people to visit your author website is to give them something they are looking for. But what is that? This article summarizes research done by the Codex Group about what readers want from author websites.
Caught off guard by Google Reader’s death sentence? Here are ways you can survive as an author.
Feeling stuck on Facebook? Here are 3 simple ways to engage on your author Facebook page.
Discover which six magic words will get clicks for your blog. Just don’t use them all at the same time. That would be messy.
Stumped by slumping book sales? Rob Eagar shares what to do when your book isn’t selling.
Do you know what your author website needs? Now you do.
Ready to start reading writing blogs again? There are four you should be following. Do you know which ones they are?
The reading experience has been a solo activity for thousands of years. Watch our interview with BookShout to see how that is changing.
The New iPad is here and perfect for authors. We’ll tell you why.
When Monday morning rolls around and you have 130 emails waiting for you, having an inbox at zero seems like a dream. Make it a reality.
What do purple cows have to do with writing? Everything. Discover how to stand out in the writing world.
Are you ignoring the most importation relationship you have as an author? It’s time to woo your readers.
Everyone talks about building a community on your blog. But it’s not something you can do overnight. Be prepared to roll up your sleeves.