When I first started out as a self-published author, I was a sponge. I listened to advice from anyone willing to give it. But I’ve learned a lot since then.
CAMINO WANDERING did not start out to be a fiction novel. It was originally intended to be a memoir of my own Camino wanders. But frankly, it was boring.
With the assistance of the Tasmanian Indie Author group, the Self-Publishing FAQ was created. The questions are varied, and cover all aspects of self-publishing.
Here are 37 resources that I love as an author. Maybe there is one that you’ve not discovered yet which you’ll find just as helpful?
I love this app. I couldn’t do what I do without it. It saves me countless hours with marketing, and design. Here’s why…
One of the most important things when self-publishing is to create a compelling book cover. Here are my 10 tips. (Learn from my mistakes…)
I’m sharing the business side of being an author, offering 7 steps on how to self-publish, including discounts to tools I use.
Here are the 7 Apps I believe all Indie Authors need to write a novel. It’s time to get those thoughts from your head, on to the page!
As a new Indie Author, it’s hard to know where to go to find great information. These are the marketing, writing and support resources I find the most useful.
Beta readers are GOLD. Here’s my insight into finding the right people, and working with them, through this part of the writing process.