Years ago, when I first contemplated self-publishing my novel, I remember noting that one of the downsides would be that I’d never see my book in Barnes & Noble. To see your book in Barnes & Noble has been the holy grail of publishing for many first-time authors since the invention of the written … Continue reading Who Says A Self-Published Book Can’t Get Into Barnes & Noble?
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by Mally Becker After 81 rejections, self-published author Eva Lesko Natiello had had enough. It didn’t matter that self-publishing was unfamiliar territory. That was no excuse not to learn. And learn she did. Since she took on the “indie author” mantle, her suspense thriller, THE MEMORY BOX, has sold…
Every story needs a bad guy, right? The badder the bad guy the more compelling the read. But what about the protagonist? What if she’s unlikeable? There are many readers who will say, heck no to that book. There are readers who will stop mid-book, or earlier, if they deem the protagonist unrelatable. I … Continue reading Judging a Book By Its Protagonist: Do you Judge?
Writers! There’s only one week left to register for my Self-Publishing Workshop at The Writers Circle in Summit, New Jersey. In two hours, you’ll learn tips and strategies which have taken me three years to amass and implement in this ever-changing industry. If you’ve ever wanted to know anything (or everything!) about how to self-publish … Continue reading Don’t Miss This Self-Publishing Workshop