Do you remember the last time you looked for a book online? You googled it, or you went to an online bookstore and typed the book’s title you were looking for. The title, the author’s name, the keyword you used… they all are part of what we called metadata.
Getting an ISBN seemed like a good idea. After all, this number allows the book to be recognised as such. But did my eBook need the same treatment as a printed book?
If you’re choosing the self-publishing path, writing is not the end of the process, only the beginning. You’re not only an author, you’re also a project manager and have to think of it as a business. Because, yes, your books are part of a business. Today, I’m sharing with you 5 things you don’t really think about when choosing self-publication.
Writing is an art, but what if you could improve your writing by simply using some tools? From structure to grammar and spelling, these three tools will help you getting your editing right.
Sometimes, I don’t feel like writing. But being an author is not only about the writing part. If you’re not simply procrastinating, there are many ways not to feel guilty about not writing.
When you begin your journey as a writer, you’re always wondering how the others are doing. How do they find the time to write? How did they become successful? The answer is… there is no answer. So I’m sharing 3 books I’ve read on writing that I find inspiring.