You finally finished your book! Congratulations! It’s taken you months, years, or even decades, but it’s finally complete. Now, you’re […]
It’s strange to realize this is the fifth time I’ve written a “year in review” post, which has become an […]
Note: these same methods can absolutely be used to support your favorite traditionally published authors as well. But I’d like […]
In February, I pledged to donate all of the royalties collected from my books and merchandise to Feeding America to fight food insecurity in the pandemic.
2020 was, to put it lightly, a helluva year in many, many ways. It was filled with change and tragedy, anxiety, isolation, and for me, an intense creative drive to keep moving forward while the world seemed to hold still.
Award-winning indie author Sara A. Noë reviews her experience participating in Victory Editing NetGalley Co-Op
The original story almost looked very different prior to publication! Here’s a look at the biggest changes that took place between conception and final draft.
I don’t know who needs to hear this, but it’s okay to take a break so you don’t burn out. It’s okay if now isn’t your time to write. Maybe tomorrow will be.
If you’re contemplating becoming an indie author, I’ve compiled a lot of helpful information for you in this article.
I think there’s this expectation that once a book is released, the author is able to sit back, sigh in relief, and relax. But that’s not the case.