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July 31, 2013 By Bufo Calvin
The Author Game Sparky: “Whatcha got there, Brain?” Brain: “It’s a new boardgame I just bought. It’s called The Author Game. Want to play?” Sparky: “Sure…how about you, Oddball?” Oddball: “Can I make up my own rules?” Sparky: “Maybe next time…let’s try it with the official rules first.” Oddball: “Okay. I want to play with [...]
July 15, 2013 By D.D. Scott
Happy Monday, WG2E-Land! When I brainstormed and launched The WG2E over three years ago (can’t believe it’s been so long – December 2009), epublishing and indie/self-publishing were brand new adventures. Now, they’re viable and very popular avenues for writers/authors of all genres, and I’m thrilled that The WG2E has had a fabulous part in the [...]
July 13, 2013 By Bufo Calvin
I wouldn’t touch those readers with a 10 question poll As the readers of WG2E know, the landscape has completely changed for independent authors since the release of the Kindle in late 2007. Prior to that, there were virtually no independently published books on Amazon’s bestseller lists. When I recently checked, 24% of the top [...]
July 12, 2013 By D.D. Scott
TGIF, WG2E-Land Peeps! Finally upgraded my iPhone this week (from the 3 to the 5) and now I have Instagram! (ddscottromcom) What I love about connecting with peeps via Instagram is that it’s another fabulous way to get to know people, simply by sharing images. It’s a more intimate, behind-the-scenes way that I can share [...]
July 11, 2013 By Tamara Ward
I sat down at my computer with a mission – to write this post. But I just spent the last 15 minutes surfing the web… checking email and Facebook, pondering the weather forecast and wondering whether the rain is going to cancel my son’s swimming lesson. This seems to be the story of my writing [...]
July 10, 2013 By Sibel
I’m sure you’ve all seen many blog posts over the years about how self-published books are a pile of crap, badly edited, and how we can’t possibly be earning any money from them. This is one of the latest by Michael Kozlowski who says self-published authors are destroying literature! So today, I wanted to celebrate [...]
July 9, 2013 By India Drummond
I’ve recently become friends with a fellow writer who is addicted to how-to-write books. She loves them! Books on character, plotting, organisation, storytelling, adding drama…anything craft-related, and she’s probably read it. The reason this surprised me is that she’s already a successful (by any standard) indie author! She attends workshops on writing better and is [...]
Read Past WG2E Content
- Authors: Do You Take “Breaks” from Your Self-Publishing Careers and How Does That Affect Your Readers?
- Authors: Chill Out and Connect with Readers using Pinterest
- Kristen Lamb, Cocktail Parties and Social Media “Machines”
- WG2E Quick Reports (July 2013): Amazon Associates and ALLi
- WG2E’s 99 Cent Ebook Shout-Out (July 2013)!!!
- The WG2E is in The 2013 Indie 50 (The 50 Best Sites for Indie and Self-Published Authors)!
- How Much is Too Much?
- New Advertising Opportunities for Self-Published Authors: EbookBooster’s Bargain Book Services
- Barnes & Noble says No to Tablets…and Perhaps No to a Prosperous Future
- Doug Welch talks “Retired and Writing”
- New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author Theresa Ragan talks Writing in Multiple Genres
- Hold on, future Goodreads Librarians!
- The WG2E Write Well Series: Active Writing Keeps Readers Engaged
- Title (of) Troubles
- List Your Perma Free and/or KDP Select Free Ebooks Here at The WG2E!
- Ruth Harris Reports #18: Block Busters (as in Writer’s Block) – Part Four
- Amazon Breaking News: Kindle Worlds is Securing Fan Fiction Licenses from Amazon Bestselling Authors!!!
- Authors: How Are You Backing Up Your Manuscripts and Business Files?
- What is “The Cloud”?
- Reaching Readers in the UK