Go-To List for Helpful Indie Rescources

As Indies we are responsible for everything from writing the book to putting it out into the big wild world. This means editing, finding cover art, cover-designing, formatting, marketing, advertising, keeping up with what’s going on in the publishing world, and much, much more. So wouldn’t it be helpful to have a go-to list of [...]

D. D. Scott’s Ebook Production Team

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Happy Weekend, WG2E-Land! My DH (Darling Husband) likes to say: “There’s no ‘I’ in Team” And he’s sooo right! Despite the fact that we’re all Indie Epublished/Self-Published Authors, many of us do use a team approach to bringing our Ebooks to Etailers the world over. Several of you have asked in the comment streams for [...]

Self-Editing Tips from New York Times Bestselling Author Gemma Halliday

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I’ve been hearing a lot of new authors lately talk about the high costs of self-publishing. This kind of baffles me, as when I started, I think I spent a total of $10 on my first book.  Sure, there are lots of ways you CAN spending money starting up, but you really don’t NEED to. [...]

Ruth Harris Reports #10: Editors and Editing (Part Four of a Four-Part Series)

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Happy Weekend, WG2E-Land! It’s time for our next Ruth Harris Report…Part Four in her Series on Editors and Editing. You can catch the first part of this fabulous and informative series right here: http://thewritersguidetoepublishing.com/ruth-harris-reports-7-editors-and-editing-part-one-of-a-series The second here: http://thewritersguidetoepublishing.com/ruth-harris-reports-8-editors-and-editing-part-two-of-a-series And the third here: http://thewritersguidetoepublishing.com/ruth-harris-reports-9-editors-and-editing-part-three-of-a-series Take it away, Ruth… Today’s post is the final in the series [...]

Ruth Harris Reports #7: Editors and Editing (Part One of a Series)

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Happy Weekend, WG2E-Land! It’s time for another waaay A-mazing Ruth Harris Report!!! Take it away, Ruth… My first job in publishing (after a few months as a secretary) was as a copy editor in the text book division of a large NYC publisher. There, I learned two things: 1) that, generally speaking, college professors cannot [...]