Top Myths about Self-Publishing and the Truth Behind Them


It’s estimated that 1.7 million book titles are self-published every year, and this number will likely increase in the future. If you’re new to self-publishing, you may have some questions or misconceptions about the self-publishing industry.

Questions You Should Ask Your Self-Publishing Company


Since the days of “If you pay to get your book published” advice was the norm, there are many more options for self-publishing. Putting your precious manuscript in the hands of a self-publishing company is no easy feat and there are still scammers out there.

What Happens During the Editing Process?


Editing is a critical part of getting your manuscript ready for print. However, the process can seem intimidating, especially if you’re a new author. Feeling nervous about sharing your work with others for the first time is natural, but it’s a necessary step on your publishing journey.

Self-Publishing Terms You Should Know


If you’re beginning your self-publishing journey, you may feel overwhelmed with the terminology and acronyms in the self-publishing industry. However, knowing these terms will help you make the best decision when going through the process of self-publishing your book.

Why You Should Pay a Self-Publishing Partner to Publish Your Book


Most advice in the self-publishing industry will tell you to avoid paying a publisher to publish your book. The reason is the rise in so-called vanity presses, which charge high fees for publishing your novel, only to cut corners regarding distribution and delivery.

The Self-Publishing Process: Step-by-Step


If you’re a new author looking to self-publish your first book, you may feel overwhelmed with the process. This is a natural feeling, especially when it’s your first time going through the process.

Self-Publishing Terminology: What is POD?

If you’re a new author starting out on your self-publishing journey, you may be curious about some commonly used terminology. One term that many new authors have questions about is POD, or “print-on-demand.”

Managing Your Time and Sanity: Part 2

Last issue, we looked at mission statements and how they keep us from becoming overloaded with “good” things that are “bad” for you mission! That brings us to the “D-4 Formula,” which keeps us from over-loading our lives.

Managing Your Time and Sanity Part 1

Is life coming at you like the old video game, Asteroids?!

Well, let go of the joystick, sit down and relax. Here is my exclusive formula for managing your time . . . and sanity.

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