Getting yourself motivated as a self-published author can take a bit of effort some days. That’s why a lot of us will set up and strive to meet writing goals. And the Reedsy writing app lets you set up those goals quite easily. In fact, I find the app to have all kinds of great qualities.
As a beginner in self-publishing, I was very apprehensive about Amazon’s KDP and its print-on-demand service. After all, this was my first book and I wanted it to look nice. So, how was my experience with PoD and the paperback version of my book?
I often see writers on Twitter decide to give up publishing their books because of a constant slew of rejections. I often wonder why giving up is even an option when there are so many benefits behind self-publishing. Today, let’s take a closer look at those benefits.
Part of putting out a good book is to have a cover that attracts the reader. However, hiring a graphic designer could set you back quite a bit. Is it possible to create a good eBook cover using the free version of Canva?
Whether you’re self-publishing your book or have an agent waiting, polishing up the manuscript is of utmost importance. Finding others for beta reading can vastly help you improve the quality of that manuscript. Especially if you’re unsure if your audience will be receptive to the story.