7 Potent Ways to Make Your Book an International Bestseller

No doubt, if you are an aspiring writer then at some point of your career you must have asked the question, ‘How to make my book a bestseller?’ to the publisher or any bestselling author. Right? Well, being a writer, if you want to sell your books to the maximum...

8 Rules for Starting A Blog

I remember it almost  five years ago.  A new empty website, a blank screen. Next I remember the terror that came over me as I began to realize that owning and running on an online insurance blog, would require me to….write.   The whole idea seemed so simple to...

Ghostwriting: What’s In a Title?

I’ve ghostwritten 25 books for my author/clients and inevitably the job of picking a title is one of the thorniest. And why is that? It sets the tone for the book; it is what catches a reader’s attention, second only to the cover, and it’s what an author repeats most...
Top 10 Mistakes Writers Make When Self-Publishing a Book

Top 10 Mistakes Writers Make When Self-Publishing a Book

After working on your content for a considerable amount of time, the moment has finally come. You are now a daring author on the verge of self-publishing your first book. Good job! Now be aware: there are certain tricks you must remember in order to get the best...
Preparing for Self-Publishing: Where Do You Start?

Preparing for Self-Publishing: Where Do You Start?

Going through the seemingly endless waiting game and steeling yourself to read the piles of rejection letters can seem like a complete waste of energy these days, with so many self-publishing platforms available. The fact is that many authors have seen success with...
7 Tips to Help Promote Your First Self-Published Book

7 Tips to Help Promote Your First Self-Published Book

Sitting down and writing a novel is a huge achievement and one you should be proud of. The same goes for a non-fiction book – producing work like that takes a lot of time and effort, and it’s something that not many people pull off in their lifetime. However, once...