As an indie author, you become more than just a writer. You must manage every aspect of your business. Part of that is managing book contracts. You need to protect your rights and your book.
A recap of Q4 2018 and analyzing Heidi Angell’s 2018 goals and what she achieved.
Heidi Angell demonstrates how to keep up with your New Year’s Resolution by using quarterly check-ins and adjustments. Here is the Q3 example.
Heidi Angell demonstrates how to set and keep New Year’s resolutions with quarterly check ins. Here is her 2018 Q2 check in.
We know that blogging is a huge time-suck for authors and can be a financial drain as well, especially between book releases. We wanted to share a really cool program to help you monetize your blog. Matt McWilliams, is teaching people how to do affiliate marketing. He’s got some awesome freebies for our audience.
An analysis of the Free Books model and how it is killing the publishing industry. A discussion of the importance of supporting art and how to do so.
In section 3 of the e-newsletter series, Heidi Angell reviews how to select a provider, what key features are a must, what other features an author may want, and why she chose the provider she chose.
when you are networking, you want to connect with people who are most likely to help you get in front of an audience open to your books, and who will most appeal to your audience. These tips will help you do so.
Heidi Angell has a frank discussion after attempting to read Crank it Out: The Surefire Way to Become a Super Productive Writer by C.S. Lakin.
Networking is probably one of the hardest things for authors, and also one of the most important activities we can do besides just sit down and write. Good networking will help with every step of the writing venture