Which publishing path should you take: traditional or self-publishing? Understand the difference before you decide. In this article, we talk process, pros and cons, and strategy.
If this is your year to write a book, three simple mindset tricks can help—because writing is as much a mental game as a butt-in-chair game.
When sharing a complex concept, creating clarity for your readers is critical–especially for those who are new to the topic. This article offers 7 ways to enhance comprehension and cultivate readers willing to take mental leaps with you.
What type of nonfiction book should you write to tell your story? Memoir might seem like the obvious choice, but based on a number of factors, a knowledge-based book could be better.
Marketing may not be an author’s favorite chore, but two tools can up your game quickly: embedding Kindle previews on your website and using 3D book images.
Beta readers give authors perspective on what’s working and what’s not. Here, we cover alpha, beta, SME and sensitivity readers.
When you increase accessibility in your print and ebooks for readers who are blind or have limited vision, you achieve better usability for everyone. Use these tips and tech tools to broaden your reach.
Even if you primarily use an online sales strategy for your books, it might be fun to see your book in local stores. Here’s how to get your books on the shelf by getting stores to take them on consignment.
Amazon Author Central gives authors a free, simple marketing tool to better connect with readers and fulfill multiple publishing goals. Learn how it works in this article.
When you’re writing a nonfiction book series, it pays to plan. These strategies for mapping out the “how” will help your writing, marketing, and productivity.
Poetry and nonfiction might seem like unlikely bedfellows, but nonfiction writers can learn a lot from poetry, use it to get unstuck, and maybe even incorporate some techniques!
In this article we cover the basic of book endorsements: what they are, how to get them, and how to use them.