Do you spend hours tinkering with a single paragraph to get it just right? I used to do that too. When you're not sure what to write next, do you go back and polish what you've already written? Same here. When I was writing my first novel, Perfect on Paper, I spent a lot of time tweaking every little…Continue
By far the most common complaint I hear from authors, especially those who go the indie route, is, "I have no clue about marketing!" A close second is, "I have no money to spend on marketing!"
Here are two things you can do that won't cost you more than time and effort:
1. Reach out to book clubs and offer to attend their meetings (or call in) if they select your book
A great way to find book clubs is to create a free account on meetup.com. Using…Continue
The following words are super easy to confuse with each other, so here's a quick explanation of the difference:
To complement (verb)is to complete or make whole
A complement (noun) is something that completes or makes whole