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Stereo Goals: Research

I have chosen the novel I want to turn into an audiobook! So, what now? Do I jump right in and start recording? I think not. Now is the time for me to start researching. Much like writing a novel, in order to avoid copious amounts of time editing and fixing past mistakes, you need … Continue reading Stereo Goals: Research

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The Write Publishing: Judge A Book By Its Cover

What you should know about choosing a book cover.

The Write Publishing: ISBNs

You may have seen a lot of this information floating around the interwebs but I've decided to put all of my knowledge and experience with ISBN's here in an attempt to uncomplicate and facilitate new authors starting out. Do you need an ISBN? The short answer is YES! Where do you get ISBNs? Some publishing … Continue reading The Write Publishing: ISBNs

The Write Publishing: Self-Pub Platforms

Now that you have your marketing strategy and time management down. It's time to talk actual publishing of your work. If you have followed along with The Write Process Series you should already have a good idea of what formats you would like to produce and how to format them. If not then here is … Continue reading The Write Publishing: Self-Pub Platforms

The Write Publishing: Self-Pub Socially

So you want to go for it on your own? Let me tell you that self publishing is definitely not a solitary act. You will need a solid support base in order to achieve your goals of self made stardom. Okay, maybe I'm being a bit dramatic. Self Publishing is not a get rich quick … Continue reading The Write Publishing: Self-Pub Socially

The Write Publishing: Traditional

I am not a traditionally published author. I have never sought out to be a traditionally published author. It has honestly not been something I've taken into serious consideration, but if you plan to publish at all its good to take stock of all the options in order to make the best decision for you. … Continue reading The Write Publishing: Traditional

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