Ahhhh. The sweet smell of success... or almost success. As some of you may remember, I've been diligently working on creating an audio book version of Simply Prayer. I'm happy to say that I've finished the recording and editing of it. Now comes the really hard part: deciding how to get it to the public. … Continue reading Where Can You Sell Indie Audio Books?
In 2010 I used Lulu to publish my first book, Fear Not! Discovering God's Promises For Our Lives. Then, this year (2011), I decided to give CreateSpace a try when I published Simply Prayer. Although the two POD's are similar, there are some differences I thought others might like to know about before choosing one … Continue reading Lulu vs CreateSpace: One Indie Author’s Perspective
I sometimes wonder how other writers develop their books. Do they plan it all out from the beginning so nothing's a surprise? Do they "fly by the seat of their pants" and just begin writing? Do they write in bits and pieces, then somehow put it all together like a puzzle? There could be as … Continue reading From Glimmers to Guts: 7 Steps to Self-Publishing
A few weeks ago I signed up for Google Book Search as a way to help market Fear Not! Discovering God's Promises for Our Lives. According to Ray Robinson of Dog Ear Publishing, "Authors involved in Google Book Search – all authors have this option – had sales far above the authors who chose NOT … Continue reading Google Book Search Another Avenue to Reach Readers
Okay, so I maybe putting the cart before the horse, but I believe in getting a head start when I can. I'm only about half finished with my second book (first draft!) and I've been considering cover art. Why? Because you only get about 8 seconds to entice a prospective reader to take the time … Continue reading I’m No Artist, But…