Hi everyone, sorry for being absent for so long but life got in the way…as it does occasionally. So, my granddaughter arrived early – an unplanned caesarean. It was a very traumatic time for the whole household and caused a lot of upheaval but thankfully our daughter and her new baby girl are doing fine. We can all look forward to enjoying the good times ahead. We were graced with a period… Read More
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Judgie MacFudgie of book covers, is in the house. Could your cover be better? Definitely. Great covers fly off shelves, so make your cover the best you can and be prepared to pay good money to get it.
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I decided I had to tell someone about my book in 100 words or less. Sounds easy because that’s still a lot of words but when you really do this, you realise it’s not that many words at all.
You want to self-publish but do you driving factors to achieve this outcome and get you over the finish line.
BECAUSE I need to vent about editing.
It was no longer just about the book I’ve written, it included me as a marketable commodity.
“Rookie mistake” you say. Well, that’s not even listed at the top of my list of mistakes I’ve made.