Book addicts, delight! I have another book list for you today. I spend much of my time immersed in this specialist area for my work, where I get to absorb the delicious content while editing and crafting books for self-publishing authors.
Following the last post Learning Your Craft From The Best Published Authors, here are the direct Amazon links to all 50 Business Books. It’s important, when learning about life and business from all sources, but especially […]
Learn what goes into a book, what kind of structure speaks to you, and the writing styles that you like best, and those you hate. In other words, steal like an author.
Because of how broadly ‘editing’ is defined and because it means different things to different people, I am often asked by new clients exactly what I will and won’t do. This is a great question and one that every writer needs to ask their editor.
There are many misconceptions about creating a book. The internet is rife with misinformation about self-publishing. I have seen newly self-published authors encounter great success.
They can’t stop thinking about it. They can’t stop talking about it. And they certainly can’t enter into something without the full lowdown on what to expect.
The greatest fear every writer has – worse than public humiliation, worse than being ignored – is that their editor will change so much about their original work that their voice will be lost completely.