Who do you write for?

Who do you write for?

Who do you write for? Who is in your head when you start to write your book? Do you write to sell–following trends–or do you write whatever you want to write? These are questions I think every writer needs to have the answers to, and there is no one right answer. Writing to the Market […]

Bookbub Numbers

Bookbub Numbers

The word on the loops is that Bookbub listings don’t do as well as they used to. People have said that they used to get amazing results from running a listing with Bookbub, but don’t any more. Um… I’d like to tentatively raise my hand here and say “not quite, not necessarily.” I ran a listing […]

Dissecting a book description

Dissecting a book description

I’m still struggling with my book description. Unfortunately, I was just as unhappy with the second attempt by the person I hired as I was with the first. So, I think this one is going to be up to me. I thought that the easiest way to approach writing my book description would be find […]

Drilling down to deeper meaning

Drilling down to deeper meaning

I hate writing book descriptions. I’m really bad at them and because I know just how important they are, I usually hire someone else to write it for me. But there is something to be said for taking a stab at it myself. Basically, writing your book description is a great way at discovering what […]

Checkov’s Gun for fun and meani...

Checkov’s Gun for fun and meaning

Before I start on today’s topic, I just want to thank everyone who commented on last week’s post, which was part of the Indie-Author blog hop. I really appreciated all of your comments (even if it took me a few days to get around to responding to them-sorry!). And the winner of the copy of […]