Self publishing 27: serialisation

Self publishing 27: serialisation

Another format to publish your stories in is through serialisation. That means putting small sections (episodes or chapters) out one at a time. This is a tried and tested way of publishing – most of Charles Dickens books were published a chapter at a time...
Self publishing 26: printed versions

Self publishing 26: printed versions

So far in my series about self-publishing we have mainly talked about the production of ebooks. Now, these aren’t the only type of books that you can create. In fact, there are a myriad of different formats – paperback, hardback, large print, audiobook,...
Fae Fair & Fae Secrets

Fae Fair & Fae Secrets

It was a bit of a rush to the finish, but Fae Fair was published on 29th April. I even managed to have the paperback available for launch as well. And I have been blown over by the feedback that I’ve got so far. Reviews are really important to authors, as they...
Self publishing 25: Conferences

Self publishing 25: Conferences

For my next post in this series on self publishing I am looking at conferences. These are a great way to keep learning about writing craft, as well as marketing. And they also allow you to network and meet other great authors in your genre you could, in the future,...
Fae Fair – Chapter One

Fae Fair – Chapter One

Fae Fair – the first book in my epic fantasy series about fae, horses and magical bargains – is about to publish. So as an exclusive for my blog readers, here is the first chapter. Chapter One: The worst brother in the world Footsteps thumped up the stairs. Zoe...
Self publishing 24: Bestseller lists

Self publishing 24: Bestseller lists

Being a best selling author is something that sounds impressive and many people have that as their goal when they start publishing. Whether being able to say that your book has been featured on a best seller list is something that drives sales is up in the air, but t...

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