PRICING YOUR EBOOK
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AMAZON BEST SELLING AUTHOR * INTERNATIONAL AUTHOR* READERS FAVORITE
EDITOR’ S COMMENT: What is the best price for your ebook has been a question for the cosmos or dartboard. David has come up with some ideas that are worthy of a read. including a discussion on KDP Pricing Support Service.
FIFTY FABULOUS RESOURCES FOR CRIME WRITERS by Amanda Patterson from Writers Write
EDITOR’S COMMENT: If you genre is crime, this post is a must read. Amanda provides links to fifty different resources. Had to be a lot of work on her part. Great for authors and a keeper for the library.
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BEST BOOK MARKETING ADVICE FOR AUTHORS: THE BEST OF TWENTY-SEVENTEEN by Jane Friedman
EDITOR’S COMMENT: A bit brief but Jane covers the subject well. Book packaging and descriptions, selling through Amazon, book launches, and Facebook marketing are among the subjects covered. The post is an especially important read for indie authors.
CREATE COMPELLING CHARACTERS WITH THESE THREE TYPES OF CHARACTER ARCS by Claire Bradshaw from Writer’s Edit
EDITOR’S COMMENT: I have covered a number of studies on the development of a character in a novel. This post is too good to pass up. What attracted me to the article was a thorough discussion of each type of character and examples. I would suggest the article is worthy of a read in preparation for writing the next novel.
TOP TEN PUBLISHING TRENDS EVERY AUTHOR NEEDS TO KNOW IN TWENTY-EIGHTEEN by Ricci Wolman from Written Word Media
EDITOR’S COMMENT: We all want to know what the future holds for us as authors. This post is about as good as can be found on what to expect this year. Ricci projects indie authors will continue to grow the ebook share, marketing will be more expensive, and the audiobook market will be shaken up. Not surprising, Amazon comes in for protracted discussion. One editorial comment about Amazon. It creates an emotional response from many indie authors.
EDITOR’S COMMENT: This post covers a lot of ground for anyone who is interested in writing a memoir. The article includes popular genres of a memoir, what to consider in writing the memoir, and tips on how to write the book.
CHAPTER LENGTH MATTERS. HERE’S WHY from Reedsy
EDITOR’S COMMENT: I suspect this post is a question mark for many authors. When is a chapter too short and the same for how long should it be. The article discusses this and how to write chapter breaks. Guidelines also come up for discussion.
WEBSITES FOR WRITERS: TWENTY SITES WITH GREAT WRITING ADVICE by Jess Zafarris from Writers Digest
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY: WHAT EVERY SCREENWRITER NEEDS TO KNOW by Script Magazine from Writers Digest
WHAT DOES IT REALLY MEAN TO BE A BESTSELLING AUTHOR? by Tim Knox from Writers Digest
HOW TO START BLOGGING: A DEFINITIVE GUIDE FOR AUTHORS by Jane Friedman
Book II in the SETH series
FOR YOUR READING ENJOYMENT
Seth and Pamela met on a plane. Many people meet strangers on planes. Their introduction was different. She sensed his pain of a broken life. He was unlike any other man she’d met, and later said, “He turned something on inside me that won’t stop.” LOVE REVISITED is Seth and Pamela’s love story.