I've blogged about using a training budget before, but sometimes you may find your budget is hovering around $0. What do you do then? Spend time trolling through other author's blogs, especially those who offer eBooks (and other types of media) covering topics you're interested in, and prowling over social media networks. There are three … Continue reading 3 Ways to Get Free (Or Almost Free) Training
If you don't already know how important having an ebook is, then perhaps you want to check out this post: Ebook Buyers: Can You Afford To Lose Them? For the rest of you, I'd like to make a quick suggestion: don't stop with ebooks. On the Enneagram my husband is a 7 and I am a … Continue reading Marketing Monday: Multiple Streams Of Income
The proof of my second book, Simply Prayer, finally arrived in the mail this week and I'm happy with it overall. I admit, though, that I had to beg my husband to read through it just to make sure the errors I found needed to be fixed or if I was just being a perfectionist. … Continue reading 4 Steps To Keep Your Original Files Safe When Creating An Ebook In IDCS4
From taking your time to believing in yourself, toddlers can be the best teachers.
We have the flu at our house, so this will be just a short post (and probably a bit scattered in its organization, so I apologize). I hope to write more on the subject at a later date. Perhaps by then I'll have tried all the techniques suggested in the following links and will be … Continue reading Marketing For The Indie Author