Hello, Writer, and welcome back to my life.
It’s Writer Wednesday, the day where I give you my tips and advice on the art and the business of writing, and tell you how I do what I do as an indie author.
Writer Wednesday (and all my videos) are supported by my patrons on Patreon, so if you want to toss me some cash for the advice…do that here.
Today’s question comes from patron Ryan Starbloak, who asks:
How do you get more Amazon reviews? It can be very tough when you’re first starting out. You ask people, and a very small tiny percentage of them actually do it. Some people will accept a book for review and post review on their blog, not on Amazon. How do you deal with all this stuff?
How do you edit your book without breaking your bank? Can you edit a book without spending thousands of dollars? Yeees, you CAN, but you shouldn’t.
Maia is an awesome creator who’s always got a million things going on! Sound like anyone else you know? Join us as we talk about managing multiple projects at the same time and how to deal with the overwhelm that can sometimes come with them.
Hello Rebels, and welcome back to my life.
I wanted to share something with you today. This week, the second week of June 2015, has been my best writing week in two years, and by the end of the weekend, unless something really unexpected happens, it’s going to be my best writing week EVER.
Often in the past, when asked by a client for a “how-to” tutorial, I assume they can’t be the only one who doesn’t know the answer. For that reason I’ll usually produce a quick video tutorial walking them through all the steps. That can then go up on my YouTube channel to benefit other people who may have the same question. This is the latest such video.
With this video tutorial, you should learn everything you need to know about how to publish a book through Kindle Direct Publishing. You won’t just learn WHAT the different functions of KDP are, but HOW you should use them, as well as valuable data about KDP Select. Enjoy! And let me know what tutorials YOU most want to see in the comments.