Editing is a vast process. I’m not only talking about grammar and spelling, but more profound changes that need to be done to improve a story to its core. It is important to keep in mind that there are different phases in an editing process.
Please welcome Brad Green, author of Catalyst. Brad self-published his debut novel in May 2017 and he is answering some questions about his writing and publishing journey on the blog. Let’s get started!
Is there really such a thing as being either a plotter or a pantser? I think you can be a little bit of both, or something else entirely.
It can touch everyone, especially people who are successful and/or on their way to something great. It can happen at the workplace or at home. It can happen whatever you’re experiencing in your life: the Impostor Syndrome.
Being successful on Amazon can be tricky for a brand-new author. I’ve asked 7 experts to give their best tips on how to nail it like a pro.
You are now ready to self-publish your first book and you’re wondering which online retailer you’re gonna choose. I went with Kindle Direct Publishing, by Amazon. I’m explaining the royalties scheme and KDP Select, for a better understanding of that massive platform.