Dave Chesson, aka Kindlepreneur, recently published what I think is the ultimate guide to designing your book cover. While I use Alex of 187Designz for all of my book covers, Dave has compiled a list of: The best book cover design software, both paid and free; Book cover design templates and pre-made book covers, Best […]
This one is more my style. I’m definitely more of an indoors author than an outdoors one, which is my choice. Specifically, I prefer to write at home. Here is where I have full control over my surroundings and I can be comfortable with what i’m doing. There’s no lack of privacy or a sense […]
From Mary: I definitely do all of my writing at home for all of the reasons you wrote about and a few more. I will read anywhere and most places if it is not rude to do such. I do write ideas and snippets on my One Note phone.
This is a guest post by Daniela McVicker. Daniela is a contributor to Essayguard. She has a master’s degree in English Literature and is truly passionate about learning foreign languages and teaching. Daniela works with the students to help them reveal their writing talent and find their one true calling. 7 Tips to Write a […]
PLEASE If not, why not? I don’t have time The author probably spent a heck of a lot more time writing the story than you took to read it, no matter how slow you think you are, so why not take a few minutes to record your feelings about it. I can’t write long fancy […]
As anyone who’s been following my blog for a while surely knows, I love puns and bad dad jokes (often the same thing). And I often use them in my work, especially in my children’s books. Which becomes rather problematic when translating them into Greek. How can someone translate puns decently? Rick van Mechelen, aka […]
Have you ever suffered from Bloggers’ block? This post gives details of 8 ways that helped me overcome bloggers’ block.
1. Don’t try to please everyone. It’s not possible.