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  • 15 Careers for People Who Love to Write
    If you want to become a writer, you’re in luck because there are many lucrative careers that anyone who loves to write can do. Let’s get right into the 15 best careers for those who love to write. You never know which one is right for you. Grant Writer – There are many laws in place ...
  • Keep Sales Steady During Hard Times
    Every long-lasting business will go through boom times as well as bust times. Sometimes it’s due to your own bad choices, but sometimes it’s due to things outside of your control. The good news is, regardless of the reasons for the downturn, you can get through hard times with preparation and realism. Prepare for Hard Times ...
  • The #1 Way to Sell More Books
    You’ve spent countless hours and thousands of dollars to get your book written, edited, and ready for publishing. Now you’re ready to make sales from your work. As an author, you want to sell more books. You know some ways are better than others when it comes to marketing. But what is the number one ...
  • The Ups & Downs of Being a Writer
    Every profession has its ups and downs. Being a writer isn’t going to be an exception to that rule-of-thumb. In fact, the life of a writer has many ups and downs, failures, and successes. Like every success, it can be a bumpy ride. Writing the book is only the beginning. There are endless promotions, rejections, sales ...
  • Would Your Marketing Strategy Work on You
    Have you ever thought about your marketing strategy in the way you buy things? Does it work for you? If your marketing strategy includes Facebook add or Retweets, is it something you, as a buyer, buy from? Understanding the way your customers buy is key to building a marketing strategy. You want to sell your ...
  • The Importance of Questioning Everything
    Everyone wants to give advice. Sometimes we ask for it. Sometimes it’s just given. But how do you know what advice works and what doesn’t? It’s important to question everything instead of blindly applying everything you hear or read. For example, if you are looking for advice on the perfect publishing platform. You ask around and ...
  • Should You Join a Writer’s Critique Group
    Every writer needs to have a support system in place during the writing process. They also benefit from having constructive criticism from others. This keeps them on track and makes sure their results will grab the interests of publishers and readers. But there are downsides to joining a critique group as well. Pros of Writer’s Critique ...
  • Restore Your Creativity by Writing Something Different
    When you feel creative you are inspired to write. The words and ideas flow easily from your mind to your hands. But sometimes creativity stagnates. Your creativity and ideas seem to get stuck no matter what you do. You can’t force creativity so don’t push yourself too much. But there are several ways you can ...
  • Publishing Your Content to Kindle Unlimited – Is It Worth It?
     When you are ready to publish your book, you have many options on what type you use. The same is true when it comes to marketing your book. And where you sell your book. Kindle Unlimited is one of those options. Kindle Unlimited is the book subscription service for Amazon. KDP Select is the program authors ...
  • Should You Offer a Pre-Order Option
    You can give your customers the option to pre-order certain products or services before you are ready to launch them. Pre-orders can be used in almost every industry- hand-made products, luxury goods, books or services. Pre-orders allow you to collect money ahead of the release of your book or product. Pre-orders can be a significant part ...