Reading Time: 6 minutesAlthough the United States (North America) is the biggest book market authors tend to work with, indie authors are finding more and more book sales from other countries. In fact, e started adding outreach to international audiences as a book promotion strategy several years ago with great success. I love going wide…

via 11 Ways to Sell More Books to International Audiences (without spending money on book translation!) — Author Marketing Experts, Inc.

11 Ways to Sell More Books to International Audiences (without spending money on book translation!) — Author Marketing Experts, Inc.

“Hold fast to dreams, For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird, That cannot fly.” ― Langston Hughes Hope. Man’s greatest weakness and greatest strength. The fuel that ignites men’s dreams. Without hope, all that we could be would come crumbling down. For so many of us, it is hope that wakes us up […]

via On dreams and hope — Cristian Mihai

On dreams and hope — Cristian Mihai

I fit into a LOT of these categories unfortunately….I haven’t written anything (beyond a paltry journal entry or two) in about four days. I have books to edit and am trying to balance between finding a day job, volunteering, and family life.

 

via 15 Simple Reminders You Might Need If You’re Not Getting Enough Writing Done

15 Simple Reminders You Might Need If You’re Not Getting Enough Writing Done

If you are like me, you are aware of the thousands of other authors that are in the self-publishing universe on social media platforms. We all belong to groups on Facebook and we promote our books, blogs, giveaways, and events. We start to see the same names over and over relentlessly touting our work. As […]

via Self-Publishing – Your Fellow Authors are not Your Enemies – Let’s Help Each Other — Author Don Massenzio

Self-Publishing – Your Fellow Authors are not Your Enemies – Let’s Help Each Other — Author Don Massenzio

Talk to any writer or read any number of writing blogs and you will likely find one universal fear: the dreaded phenomenon of writer’s block — that moment when your brain goes blank and a great chasm opens up between your head and your fingers. Thankfully, I can say I never have writer’s block. Never. […]

via How to outwit writer’s block … — M.K.B. GRAHAM, author of CAIRNAERIE

How to outwit writer’s block … — M.K.B. GRAHAM, author of CAIRNAERIE