The alt-right blogger takes aim at “journalists, professors, politicians, feminists, Black Lives Matter activists, and other professional victims.”
With that being said how serious are you about your writing? Is this something you're doing for the love of money instead
Readers Are (And Always Have Been) the Real Gatekeepers An author--whether published by the Big Five or their own imprint
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photo by Jan David Hanrath I had the pleasure, recently, to be the guest speaker at the annual reception of LUCC: Libraries
As an entrepreneur, what do you really need? What does every entrepreneur always want more of, especially for their business? Attention.
Have you ever wanted to be a best-selling author? Well, it's much easier than you think even if you self-publish.
If you're reading this, you've already written a book, or you are seriously considering it. Now the question you want answered is, "What's the best book publishing option for me?"
So what took so long? First of all, one should never underestimate the amount of time it takes to amass a ton of rejections
Your job in the revision stage is to make sure that your book says what you want it to say, in the way that you want to say it. This is your book and your voice, after all.
I'm what you'd call a midlist author: every couple years, I publish a book that does reasonably well. I haven't been to the top of the bestseller lists, but (he said dryly) my books have ended up on the front cover of a couple prominent remainder catalogs. I earn royalties and advances, but I also have a day job.
For most indie authors, Barnes & Noble can be their worst enemy. Why? Well, there are not very friendly. I only got a book signing there because of my publisher (Morgan James Publishing). Although, it was not worth my time there at all.