Authors: Use Alliteration for Illumination of Your Book Title
Alliteration is a very useful literary tool. Alliteration is simply defined as the occurrence of the same letter or sound at the beginning of adjacent or closely connected words and also the repetition of an initial consonant sound, as in “a peck of pickled peppers.” Incorporating alliteration into your book title can help people remember your work and it will stick out in people’s minds.Should You Print More Copies of Your Self-Published Book? Or Is This Madness?
You’ve already handed over your hard-earned cash to a self-publishing or print-on-demand company and your book has barely been on sale for a a week. Now you’re being offered an extra print run at a greatly reduced price. Here’s why you should think twice…Holiday Writing Tips for Aspiring Self-Publishers: 4 Ways to Stay Focused and Not Lose Time or Money
The holidays are right around the corner. And, like dieting, that means that a lot of those new to self-publishing may give up on their regular “nose-to-the-grindstone, stick-with-it” programs and habits. If this resonates with you, following are four tips on how to stay on track with your writing – whether it’s finishing that non-fiction novel or getting out your first how-to ebook for your online business.5 Reasons Why You Need to Outsource Your eBook Creation
A short list of reasons why it is worth outsourcing the creation process of an eBook. How it can improve chances of sales, improve readability and establish credibility.What If Someone Steals My Great Book Idea? Publishing Advice for Authors
Authors sometimes worry about their book title or idea being ‘stolen’ or used by someone else. There are steps you can take if you’re worried… but these anxieties are often unfounded…